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Topic - Rick Nash
Henrik Lundqvist had little help in front of him and couldn't rescue the New York Rangers from the loss that pushed them to the brink of elimination.
The Penguins and Rangers split their four games in the regular season. Now they meet in the Stanley Cup Playoffs with a berth in the Eastern Conference Finals at stake
The New York Rangers played the kind of defense that they're going to need come playoff time.
Henrik Lundqvist has done more than set a couple of franchise records for the New York Rangers this week. The Swedish goalie is keeping the Blueshirts in the thick of playoff contention.
It wasn't the Columbus homecoming that Rick Nash envisioned.
Henrik Lundqvist was far from his stingy best. He was still plenty good enough to become the New York Rangers' winningest goalie.
The New York Rangers are playing playoff hockey right now, according to newly acquired Martin St. Louis, who set up Derek Stepan's winning goal in a 4-2 victory over Carolina on Friday night.
Cam Talbot came within 12 seconds of shutting out the defending Stanley Cup champions. Before he could blink, he was nearly headed for overtime.
Too much sun forced the boys of winter to wait to play at the ballpark in the Bronx.
While growing up in New Rochelle, N.Y., Kevin Shattenkirk watched Rangers defenseman Brian Leetch score many big goals.
New York Islanders coach Jack Capuano asked for more than just offense from his top line when they took on the rival New York Rangers.
Henrik Lundqvist is playing so well lately, the New York Rangers' don't have to generate a whole lot of offense to win.
Alex Ovechkin netted the only goal for Washington, which committed four penalties in the second period to thwart hopes of a comeback. Despite recording only nine shots in the first, New York carried a 3-0 lead into the intermission.
Derek Stepan felt as though he shed a huge weight.
It is no accident the New York Rangers are surging just as Henrik Lundqvist is finding his Vezina Trophy form.
"We know our game plan works if we all buy into it and we all do the same things," Rangers forward Rick Nash said.
"He's a great player, with some great skill and great talent and he can really help this team if he's at 100 percent and he feels welcome," captain Rick Nash said. "We're going to make sure that happens."