2012 NHL Playoffs: Rangers Vs. Senators - And Suddenly It's A Three-Game Series
So far in their series against the New York Rangers, Ottawa Senators players have scored eight goals. How have they done it so far? And how can they use that information to generate more offence?
Rangers Prospect News: J.T. Miller To Join Connecticut Whale For Playoffs; Peter Ceresnak Released From ATO
Coming off a Game 3 victory in which they executed their winning brand of hockey to a tee, the New York Rangers take on the Ottawa Senators at Scotiabank Place on Wednesday night (MSG, CNBC) at...
|- 1, NY Rangers Power-Play Goal - Anton Stralman (2), from Brad Richards and Marian Gaborik at :49. 2, NY Rangers Power-Play Goal - Ryan Callahan (2), from Marian Gaborik and Brad Richards at 6:10. Penalties - Zack Smith, Ottawa (Boarding), :39; Erik Karlsson, Ottawa (Tripping), 5:45; Brandon Prust, NY Rangers (Boarding), 7:10; Zenon Konopka, Ottawa (Roughing), 10:32; Ryan McDonagh, NY Rangers (Tripping), 14:54.|
|- 3, Ottawa Goal - Milan Michalek, from Matt Carkner and Jason Spezza at 7:04. 4, Ottawa Power-Play Goal - Sergei Gonchar, from Nick Foligno and Chris Neil at 17:50. Penalties - Ryan McDonagh, NY Rangers (Hi-sticking), 1:21; Matt Carkner, Ottawa (Hooking), 4:55; Stu Bickel, NY Rangers (Holding the stick), 8:11; Zack Smith, Ottawa (Interference), 11:01; Artem Anisimov, NY Rangers (Hooking), 16:48.|
|- No scoring. Penalties - Nick Foligno, Ottawa (Hi-sticking), 1:55; Nick Foligno, Ottawa (Tripping), 14:35.|
|- 5, Ottawa Goal - Kyle Turris, from Jim O'Brien and Sergei Gonchar at 2:42.|