Lundqvist Stops 32 Shots As Rangers Beat Caps 5-2 In Semifinal RematchGoaltender Henrik Lundqvist made 32 saves as the New York Rangers defeated the Washington Capitals 5-2 at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night in a rematch of last season's conference semifinals.
Cardiac Rangers Advance To East Finals To Face LightningIt would seem there are two certainties ahead for the Rangers. First, they will see some very familiar faces in the lineup of their opponent in the Eastern Conference finals. Second, they will play lots of one-goal games.
Rangers Looking To Keep Game 7 Magic Alive At MSGThe Rangers have won their last five Game 7s dating to 2012, including a win in Pittsburgh last season that capped a rally from a 3-1 deficit.
Capitals Winger Alex Ovechkin: Rangers Are 'Afraid' Of Us"They're afraid, because we're big and strong and you can see how we score goals," Ovechkin said. "We just put bodies in front of Lundqvist and it goes in."
Alex Ovechkin Guarantees Capitals Will Beat Rangers In Game 7"We're going to come back and win the series," Ovechkin told reporters. "We're going to play our game, and we're going to come back and we're going to play Montreal or Tampa."
Hartnett: Lundqvist Carries Rangers In Unforgettable Game 6 PerformanceThis is why King Henrik is paid the big bucks. He just continues to find new levels of concentration and coolness.
Rangers Look To Fend Off Elimination Again Vs. CapitalsFrom two minutes away from elimination to two wins away from the Eastern Conference Finals, the Presidents' Trophy winners are still very much alive in their second-round tilt with the Washington Capitals.
Rangers Still Alive After OT Win In Game 5, Cut Caps Lead To 3-2Ryan McDonagh scored 9:37 into overtime and the New York Rangers kept their Stanley Cup hopes alive with a 2-1 victory over the Washington Capitals on Friday night.
Goal-Starved Rangers Looking To Stave Off Elimination In Game 5Being on the brink is familiar territory for the Capitals and Rangers. The Caps have a history of being in position to advance in the Stanley Cup playoffs, and finding a way to squander it.
Friedman: Nash Simply Isn't Getting It Done, So Stop Apologizing For HimLosing in the second round would be really bad, but how the Blueshirts have gotten themselves into this predicament has been a lot worse.
Jared Max: Irregular Rangers Just Need One Good PushThe Blueshirts are squeezing so hard, they're on the verge of popping blood vessels.
Caps Edge Rangers To Take 3-1 Series LeadRookie Andre Burakovsky scored his first two playoff goals and Braden Holtby saved a penalty shot, giving the Washington Capitals a 2-1 victory over the New York Rangers on Wednesday night.