Ranger fans aren't the only ones who feel this way, see what Wes Goldstein had to say at CBS Sportsline...
"...It marked the first time in their last three tries that New York had lost in a skills competition and handed Valiquette the loss on a night he deserved much better.
'It's a funny thing because I always believe our guys will score in the shootout, and they usually do, but not tonight,' Valiquette said. 'Without winning it feels like you've been cheated.'
Unlike the rest of his team, he was."
...Valiquette definitely deserved a better fate last night.
...what was it that Eklund said over at HockeyBuzz the other day, something about our backup goalie being an issue. Vali must have seen that article and hung it up in his locker.