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Topic - Carl Hagelin
Justin Williams scored 4:36 into overtime after a turnover by Dan Girardi, and the Los Angeles Kings beat the New York Rangers 3-2 on Wednesday night in the Stanley Cup finals opener.
Facing a playoff hole from which they have never escaped, and following their most disheartening loss of the season, the New York Rangers boldly proclaimed that their series against the Pittsburgh Penguins was far from over.
St. Louis capped off an emotional Mother's Day with his father and sister in attendance, just three days after his mother died suddenly. His return to the team Friday night, without missing a game, provided a lift to his teammates as they kept their season alive.
Carl Hagelin's contribution to the New York Rangers' playoff-opening win was etched all over his busted-up mouth.
Another win, another milestone for Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist.
Henrik Lundqvist made 19 saves for his second shutout of the Sochi Games and Carl Hagelin scored twice, helping the Swedes rout upstart Slovenia 5-0 Wednesday to advance into Olympic hockey semifinals without three of their best players.
With Henrik Lundqvist in goal, Sweden never seems to be short-handed.
CHICAGO (AP) — The fast start for the New York Rangers was erased by the Chicago Blackhawks in a couple minutes during the first part of the second period.
TORONTO (AP) — Dominic Moore scored twice, Carl Hagelin had a goal and an assist, and the New York Rangers cruised to a 7-1 victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night.
Holtby proceeded to stop all 29 shots he faced the rest of the game, and the Capitals’ offense matched that production in Washington’s 3-1 win. It was a promising start to Holtby’s second career playoff appearance and an extension of how well he played during the Capitals’ late-season run to the Southeast Division championship.
"To be honest, I don't think they had that many grade-A scoring chances in the third," Hagelin said. "They had a lot of puck-possession time. They had some shots. It wasn't really a lot of good chances. I mean, we can't look too much into shots."
Hagelin said the double penalty was called when the referee saw he was bleeding a lot.