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Bergen Record - Rangers, behind Lundqvist, blank Devils, 3-0, for 2-1 series lead Bergen Record - Sullivan: Henrik Lundqvist at home in Devils’ heads New York Post - Rangers seize control with Henrik masterpiece, third-period flurryNew York Post - Coach’s magic didn’t help Caps get past superior goaltending New York Post - Getting defensive on offenseNew York Post - Lundqvist invaluable to exhausted RangersNew York Post - Blueshirts pull Devs’ power plugNew York Post - Resilient Rangers sink RockDaily News - Blueshirts come alive in 3rd, blank DevilsDaily News - Devs' Parise silenced by shutout loss to RangersDaily News - Rangers hope tally lifts Cally Daily News - Rangers have found playoff-winning formula New York Times - Patterns Hold as Rangers Wake Up in Third PeriodNew York Times - Rangers Get Air Support, and Fans Get Unusual RideWall Street Journal - Rope-A-Dope Rangers Top Devils in Game 3 Newsday - Rangers rise in third period to beat DevilsNewsday - Rangers power pla...
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