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'And the Winner Is ...' - Rangers Grammy Predictions

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers


All week long we have given you a musical look into seven New York Rangers. With the Grammy Awards returning to The World's Most Famous Arena this Sunday, we asked these players to go out on a limb and give us their predictions on the top three categories of the night ... Record of the Year, Album of the Year and Song of the Year.

Here's what they had to say ...

RECORD OF THE YEAR
'A Thousand Miles' - Vanessa Carlton
'Without Me' - Eminem
'Don't Know Why' - Norah Jones
'Dilemma' - Nelly
'How You Remind Me' - Nickelback

AND THE WINNER IS ...
'Without Me' - Eminem

VOTING BREAKDOWN:
Blackburn - 'Dilemma'
Donato - 'Without Me'
Dwyer - 'Don't Know Why'
LaCouture - 'Without Me'
Lundmark - 'How You Remind Me'
Poti - 'Without Me'
Purinton - 'Don't Know Why'

QUOTE:
'I think Eminem is going to win this one hands down. It was probably the most popular song of 2002.'
- Jamie Lundmark

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ALBUM OF THE YEAR
'Home' - Dixie Chicks
'The Eminem Show' - Eminem
'Come Away With Me' - Norah Jones
'Nellyville' - Nelly
'The Rising' - Bruce Springsteen

AND THE WINNER IS ...
'The Eminem Show'

VOTING BREAKDOWN:
Blackburn - 'The Rising'
Donato - 'The Eminem Show'
Dwyer - 'Home'
LaCouture - 'The Rising'
Lundmark - 'The Eminem Show'
Poti - 'The Eminem Show'
Purinton - 'The Eminem Show'

QUOTE:
'Eminem had a great year. I think he'll take this Grammy home.'
- Ted Donato

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SONG OF THE YEAR
'Complicated' - Avril Levigne
'Don't Know Why' - Norah Jones
'The Rising' - Bruce Springsteen
'A Thousand Miles' - Vanessa Carlton
'Where Were You' - Alan Jackson

AND THE WINNER IS ...
'The Rising' - Bruce Springsteen

VOTING BREAKDOWN:
Blackburn - 'The Rising'
Donato - 'A Thousand Miles'
Dwyer - 'The Rising'
LaCouture - 'A Thousand Miles'
Lundmark - 'The Rising'
Poti - 'Complicated'
Purinton - 'Complicated'

QUOTE:
'A great song from The Boss. I think it's just the kind of song that the Grammy voters look for.'
- Gordie Dwyer
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