Ryan Callahan and Henrik Lundqvist Lead New York Rangers to Huge OT Win

November 15th, 2010 by Nick Perri Leave a reply »
Monday night, the New York Rangers took on the Pittsburgh Penguins in what turned out to be an extremely exciting game.

It took overtime to get it, but the New York Rangers found a way to defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2.


First Period

The first period ended scoreless, but the Penguins led in shots 12-to-5.


Second Period

Midway through the second period, the Rangers finally broke through for the first goal of the game.

After a stretch of strong forechecking by the Rangers, a huge play by veteran forward Ruslan Fedotenko led to a goal.

Fedotenko picked up a free puck in front of the Penguins goalie crease, and quickly tipped the puck to Erik Christensen who whipped the puck passed Penguin goalie, Marc-Andre Fluery, for a goal.

The goal was Christensen's third of the season, giving the Rangers a 1-0 lead.


Third Period

The Rangers held their 1-0 lead until late in the third period.

After consecutive horrific penalty calls on the Rangers (one on Marian Gaborik, the other on Ryan Callahan), the ...

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