It certainly looked like the fast release on the shot fooled Brodeur a bit, didn't it? The power-play goal came thanks to a pretty little dish from Artem Anisimov, but it's all just symbolic of how the Rangers have run over New Jersey in the third period. It all started with a seeing-eye point blast early in the period, and from there, it all snowballed into utter domination by New York.
Even a penalty minutes later on Kreider couldn't keep the Rangers down. They killed off the hooking minor with ease, generating the same number of shot attempts with a man down as the Devils did while a man up. Now, New Jersey needs two goals in about three and a half minutes. On Henrik Lundqvist.