Found April 27, 2013 on NY Rangers Blog:
  Today was a little less tense than previous games. No longer were playoff hopes on the line. Still, it was an important game. Playoff seeding was on the line, and a loss would have locked the Rangers in as the eight seed. Johan Hedberg was in goal for the Devils, instead of the usual appearance from Martin Brodeur, but it was still a similar result to the previous matchup. The Rangers scored early, put consistent pressure on the Devils in the offensive zone, and limit their own mistakes. Henrik Lundqvist got his second shutout, but for most of the game was along for the ride. The game was never really in doubt. A good win, both for playoff seeding and also to end the season on a high note. Let's look at some post-game thoughts.     Glen Sather and John Tortorella: Let us give credit to those who deserve it. Jeff Gorton, Jim Schoenfeld, and the rest of the coaching and scouting staff deserve their share of applause as well, but these two clearly are the most i...
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