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New York Rangers
Series: Rangers lead 2-1.
NYR Regular Season Leading Scorer: Marian Gaborik (41-35-76)
OTT Regular Season Leading Scorer: Jason Spezza (34-50-84)
NYR Goaltender: Henrik Lundqvist (62 GS, 1.97 GAA, .931 SV%)
OTT Goaltender: Craig Anderson (60 GS, 2.83 GAA, .910 SV%)
Rangers Lines (looks like these are the official lines to start the game):
Chris Kreider-Brad Richards-Marian Gaborik
Brandon Dubinsky-Artem Anisimov-Ryan Callahan
Ruslan Fedotenko-Brian Boyle-Brandon Prust
Mike Rupp-John Mitchell-Derek Stepan
Ryan McDonagh-Dan Girardi
Michael Del Zotto-Anton Stralman
Marc Staal-Stu Bickel
Henrik Lundqvist gets the start
Probable Scratches/Injuries: Mike Sauer (concussion), Mats Zuccarello (wrist), Carl Hagelin (suspension), Steve Eminger (healthy), Jeff Woywitka (healthy), John Scott (healthy)
Preview: Hank stole Game Three, and the Senators have still been unable to really solve the best goalie in the world. The Rangers aren’t giving them the slot, so the Sens have been trying...
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The New York Rangers held practice this morning at Madison Square Garden, where they will play Game 5 of their series against the Senators tomorrow night. Per Andrew Gross, head coach John Tortorella kept sniping winger Marian Gaborik and star centerman Brad Richards on separate offensive lines from Wednesday's overtime loss in Ottawa.
This top line that performed so well...
When the playoffs started this year, many blogs and writers in the media were questioning the Rangers and their ability to perform as a top seed. It wasn’t because of their skill or style of play, but it was because Henrik Lundqvist “wasn’t a playoff goalie.” Their claims weren’t that far fetched, as his stats in the playoffs did take a bit of a nosedive in the past few...
Just like he did during the regular season, New York Rangers’ superstar goaltender Henrik Lundqvist was the main reason why the Rangers won a hockey game.
Only this time, Lundqvist was the main reason why the Blueshirts won a playoff game in making 39 saves to shutout the Ottawa Senators in Game 3 at Scotiabank Place. The win gives the Rangers a 2-1 series lead, a lead that they...
At last, a sincere playoff hockey game with no shenanigans to take away from it. What we saw at Scotiabank place tonight in Game 3 between the Rangers and Senators was a hard-fought, respectable postseason contest featuring two teams that did not want to give an inch, starting with the play of their respective goaltenders. This time around, the Rangers were the ones to get the late...
Since the Senators aren't doing much scoring, they've decided to revert back to what they do best, which is talk. Here's Kyle Turris on solving Henrik Lundqvist (via Ottawa Citizen)..."We're going to score on him"Zach Smith adds..."We've proved we could score on him. We've done well against him all year."...are these guys kidding me? Down...
Henrick Lundqvist owned the Ottawa Senators tonight by denying all 39 shots on goal. This is his fourth NHL playoff shutout. Brian Boyle put his 2 cents in by scoring for the 3rd straight game allowing the Rangers to inch past the Senators in game 3 with a 1-0 victory. Of course you need goal(s) to win a game, but I think 99% of the credit should be given to Lundqvist for shutting...
Brian Boyle scored for the sixth time in seven contests to snap a
scoreless tie 7:35 into the third period and Henrik Lundqvist turned
aside 39 shots for his fourth career postseason shutout as visiting New
York edged Ottawa 1-0 on Monday to claim a 2-1 edge in its Eastern Conference quarterfinal series.After the teams traded fruitless chances, the top-seeded Rangers finally...
Have you ever had the feeling that one goalie changes the game on a nightly basis? Then you would be quite correct as it seems this year's playoffs always has that one game a night where Goalie A is massively under siege and just flat out steals one. Last night it was Henrik Lundqvist and his effort led the New York Rangers to a 1-0 win over the Ottawa Senators...
Henrik Lundqvist stopped all 39 shots he faces. Rangers win 1-0 and lead series, 2-1. The shutout is the fourth one of Lundqvist's already impressive NHL career.
Lundqvist made a huge case for why he deserves the Vezina AND Hart Trophies this season. Lundqvist has been in rare form all season long, and has been the Rock of Gibraltar for his squad in the first round series...
Henrik Lundqvist recaps the the first three games of the Rangers-Senators round one matchup and looks ahead to game four...
To watch at MSG.com, click here.For more player thoughts on Game 4 and Chris Kreider's NHL debut, click the "Read More" tab below.
Stu Bickel, Brandon Dubinsky, Derek Stepan, Brad Richards and Ruslan Fedotenko explain the importance of Henrik...
… did Brian Boyle deserve the Broadway Hat? Yes, but I still believe Henrik Lundqvist deserved it more. Boyle’s goal helped the Rangers win, but Lundqvist’s play in net stole the show and Game Three. Wish they could share it some how! Boyle has been HUGE for the Rangers over the last few weeks in [...]
The Ottawa Senators beat the New York Rangers 3-2 in overtime of game 4 of the first round, tonight at the Scotiabank Place.
NYR and OTT are tied at 2-2.
Anton Stralman (2) (Power Play) Assists: Brad Richards, Marian Gaborik
Ryan Callahan (2) (Power Play) Assists: Marian Gaborik, Brad Richards
Henrik Lundqvist made 28 saves and allowed three...
The Rangers gutted out a 1-0 victory over the Sens as both teams proved a low scoring game can be absorbing. Above all it was a goalie duel but the Rangers withstood heavy pressure, particularly in the third and rode their goalie and Brian Boyle to a 1-0 win. A great playoff game; let’s get to the game hits.
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