VIDEO: Brian Boyle Gets Rangers On Board Vs. Senators In Game 3

It took until the third period of Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, but the New York Rangers finally turned Ottawa's relentless attack back on the Senators, with Brian Boyle backhanding in a carom for the first goal of the night in Ottawa.

The Senators had just come off a sequence that looked for all the world like it would lead to their first goal of the night, with Henrik Lundqvist suddenly stickless and red sweaters all over. But in the subsequent trip down the ice for the Rangers, Boyle found himself in perfect position to punch the puck past Craig Anderson.

Lundqvist has had to be brilliant to keep the Rangers in this one: he has 31 saves, with more than half of the third period left to play.

For more on the Rangers, visit Blueshirt Banter and SB Nation New York. For updates on the Senators, check out Silver Seven.

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