Rangers Vs. Hurricanes: Keys To The Game
At 17:35 of the second period in the Rangers/Penguins game, video review upheld the referee's call on the ice that Pittsburgh forward Matt Cooke highsticked the puck and it went off Rangers...
The Rangers got a goal and two assists from Brad Richards in building a 4-1 lead, then held on to defeat their division-rivals from Pittsburgh by a 4-3 score.
The Rangers' four-goal third-period rally proved to be too much for the Penguins as they lost 4-3 at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night
The Pens recall two defensemen. Does this mean Kris Letang could be out for a while? Seems that way.
|- 1, Pittsburgh Power-Play Goal - James Neal (14), from Sidney Crosby and Paul Martin at 17:56. Penalties - Tyler Kennedy, Pittsburgh (Roughing), :16; Sean Avery, NY Rangers (Roughing), :16; Sean Avery, NY Rangers (Fighting (maj)), 2:21; Tyler Kennedy, Pittsburgh (Fighting (maj)), 2:21; Marian Gaborik, NY Rangers (Interference), 8:41; Brandon Prust, NY Rangers (Hooking), 12:59; Steve Eminger, NY Rangers (Roughing), 16:36; Joe Vitale, Pittsburgh (Roughing), 16:36; Henrik Lundqvist, NY Rangers (Roughing), 16:36; Brad Richards, NY Rangers (Slashing), 18:38; Brooks Orpik, Pittsburgh (Cross checking), 18:38.|
|- 2, NY Rangers Power-Play Goal - Ryan Callahan (9), from Marian Gaborik and Brad Richards at 8:01. 3, NY Rangers Goal - John Mitchell, from Carl Hagelin and Brian Boyle at 14:09. 4, NY Rangers Goal - Brad Richards (9), from Ruslan Fedotenko and Ryan Callahan at 15:39. 5, NY Rangers Power-Play Goal - Marian Gaborik (11), from Michael Del Zotto and Brad Richards at 18:26. 6, Pittsburgh Goal - Evgeni Malkin (9), from James Neal and Steve Sullivan at 19:53. Penalties - Pascal Dupuis, Pittsburgh (Holding), 6:10; James Neal, Pittsburgh (Tripping), 17:48.|
|- 7, Pittsburgh Goal - Pascal Dupuis (7), from Sidney Crosby and Deryk Engelland at 3:39. Penalties - Ryan McDonagh, NY Rangers (Holding the stick), 5:34; Evgeni Malkin, Pittsburgh (Slashing), 12:41; Deryk Engelland, Pittsburgh (Slashing), 13:19; Brooks Orpik, Pittsburgh (Tripping), 14:49; Chris Kunitz, Pittsburgh (Boarding), 17:06.|