May 11, 2012 12:00 AM
" There comes a time in a playoff series where there really isn't anything left to say.
Game Seven is that time. You can expend all the energy in the world talking about the Rangers and Capitals ahead of their Saturday night spectacle and it won't amount to anything more than filler.
We know what both of these teams are at this point in time. We know that the games are going to be filled with blocked shots, defensive shells and goaltenders who can take care of anything that trickles through.
We know that the Rangers have to make sure Alexander Ovechkin doesn't beat them the way he did on Wednesday night and we know that the Capitals defensemen remain awfully skittish when the Rangers forecheck shows its teeth. We know that the Rangers power play is more problematic than you'd like and we know that the Caps appear to be incapable of putting teams away by more than a one-goal margin.
And we know that the Rangers have to find a way to generate more offense when the game is at even strength "
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