Found February 08, 2012 on New York Rangers ? New York Post:
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The main victim of the Rangers’ power play, their own All-Star goaltender, lodged a more-than-justified complaint. “One goal, and it’s the difference. We did a lot of good things on the power play and had chances, but in the end, it is the difference,” Henrik Lundqvist said after the...
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