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Reverse Mush Time

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#NYRangers history: Have been down 3-1 in series 14 times previously. No comebacks. Ten times, including 5 in row, have lost in five.less than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet Reply

…so far I’ve seen two tweets mush the Rangers this playoffs. One was from Newsday writer Arthur Staple when he tweeted that a Chris Drury lead team has never lost a Game 1 in the playoffs the other was from Seth Rothman of Inside Hockey who tweeted in the third period Wednesday night that the Rangers hadn’t lost all season when leading after two. So I’m posting this tweet from Andrew Gross as a reverse mush in our favor.

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