Bruins 0, Rangers 1:
There’s nothing better than goals scored off of set plays (thanks Torts) and that’s exactly what this was. Michael Del Zotto started the breakout on a swing play deep in the Rangers end zone, while Brad Richards was on the Bruins blueline drawing 2 defenders towards him. With the Rangers F1 and F2 swinging, the Bruins forecheckers bit towards the boards opening up center ice for Richie to step up into. MDZ fired a long pass to center ice, which Richie one touched perfectly to a streaking Rick Nash. Nash broke in on a 2-on-1 and fed Gabby with a perfect cross-ice pass. Gabby simply out-weighted Rask and roofed one.
Bruins 0, Rangers 2:
The Rangers second goal was as ugly as Nathan Horton, but hey a goal is a goal. Brad Richards won a key faceoff in the OZ and the Bruins d-zone coverage went to poop. MDZ fired a shot from the strong side boards, which Rask got a piece of, but he left a rebound for an unmarked Gabby to put home.
Bruins 1, Rangers 2:
This one was pr...