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New York Rangers right wing Marian Gaborik (10), center Brad Richards (19), Marc Staal (18) and left wing Carl Hagelin (62), celebrate with Michael Del Zotto, obscured, as Washington Capitals left wing Alexander Semin reacts after Del Zotto scored in the third period of Game 7 of their second-round NHL Stanley Cup playoff series at Madison Square Garden in New York, Saturday, May 12, 2012. The Rangers won 2-1 and won the series 4-3. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
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New York Rangers right wing Marian Gaborik (10), center Brad Richards (19), Marc Staal (18) and left wing Carl Hagelin (62), celebrate with Michael Del Zotto, obscured, as Washington Capitals left wing Alexander Semin reacts after Del Zotto scored in the third period of Game 7 of their second-round NHL Stanley Cup playoff series at Madison Square Garden in New York, Saturday, May 12, 2012. The Rangers won 2-1 and won the series 4-3. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

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