Found May 06, 2013 on Rock the Red:
#3 Washington Capitals at #6 New York Rangers Capitals Lead Series 2-0 Location: Madison Square Garden Time: 7:30 PM TV:  Local: CSN, National: NBCSN, Canada: TSN Radio: 1500AM & 820AM Previous Game: Game 1, May 2 in Washington: 3-1 W Game 2, May 4 in Washington, 1-0 W (OT) Remaining Games: Game 4, May 8 in New York, 7:30 PM Game 5*, May 10 in Washington, 7:30 PM Game 6*, May 12 in New York, TBD Game 7*, May 13 in Washington, TBD *If necessary Familiar Faces of Former Capitals:  D Steve Eminger (212 GP, 2002-08) Rangers in Danger! Read on! Photo by Patrick McDermott/NHLI via Getty Images The Washington Capitals have a stranglehold on this best of 7 series after taking a 2-0 lead on Saturday. It is only fitting that Mike Green's overtime game-winner came on the powerplay, as the Capitals have been dominant in that regard. The Capitals have scored on the powerplay in both games in this series while the Rangers have been dormant wi...
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