If you're looking to see the OHL's two best goalies -- stats wise -- square off tonight in Kitchener, you'll have to wait.
Franky Palazzese gets the start for Kitchener, meaning the clash between Mississauga's Spencer Martin and the Rangers' John Gibson is on hold.
Palazzese has some pretty solid numbers so far -- 1.99 GAA and a .932 save percentage.
Otherwise, it is more of the same for Kitchener in regards to line combos:
Matt Puempel-Radek Faksa-Eric Ming
Ben Thomson-Domenic Alberga-Tobias Rieder
Brent Pedersen-Josh Sterk-Justin Bailey
Darby Llewellyn-Curtis Meighan-Matt Schmalz
Ryan Murphy-Ben Fanelli
Jared Gilbert-Evan McEneny
Cory Genovese-Owen Stewart
Palazzese (1-2-1-1) in net.
Josh Burnside-Riley Brace-Dylan Smoskowitz
Damian Bourne-Kristoff Kontos-Spenser Cobbold
Ryan Duhaime-Brett Foy-Scott Teskey
Grant Syrette-Sam Babintsev-Bobby Macintyre
Stuart Percy-Dylan DeMelo
Trevor Carrick-Alex Cord
Eric Diodati-Jacob Graves
Spencer Martin in goal.
I love my job, but tonight is one night I wish I could park myself in front of the TV and watch the U.S. election race.
Rangers' forward Justin Bailey, of Williamsville, NY, is too young to vote but said: "I hope Mitt Romney doesn't win."
It seems puck stopping, not politics, is John Gibson's thing. The Pittsburgh native, 19, didn't vote.
- Seriously, where would the Rangers be in the standings if that Matt Puempel trade was never made? The kid almost has a quarter of the team's goals.
- Don't look know but Radek Faksa has points in his past three games. His tip on Evan McEneny's point shot for the third Rangers goal was a thing of beauty.
- 6,581 fans? Barely noticed. So quiet at the Aud. I'm in the highest seat in the place and I could hear the players on the ice talking.
- Franky Palazzese's stock is certainly increasing. Another solid performance and his record has evened out at 2-2-1-1.
- Justin Bailey picked up another goal. He does a lot of things well, but one of his best attributes is that he goes to the net hard and never gives up on a play. It's a great way to collect goals. But let's give some love to the entire third line, which was energetic yet again.
- Seven games at home, seven wins.
- Off to catch the tail end of the election.
JB's top three Rangers: Evan McEneny, Jared Gilbert, Radek Faksa