Lindberg's second goal put the Rangers ahead 3-0 with 4:06 left in the period. The win ties the teams' second-round series, 2-2. I don't think we're going to see the same Ottawa team come out in Game 4, so we better be ready to go right from the start. Karlsson finished with a shot and three attempted shots in 14:54 of ice time spanning the first two periods.
Aside from Pageau's four goals, the Senators' other four goals in this series have come from four different players " Ryan Dzingel and captain Erik Karlsson in the opener, and Marc Methot and Mark Stone in Game 2.
Game 5 is Saturday at Ottawa. NY won handily in the two games at home and lost by just one goal each in games 1 and 2.
New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist deflects a shot as the Ottawa Senators' Viktor Stalberg watches during the first period of Game 3 of their Stanley Cup second-round playoff series on Tuesday in New York.
The Rangers pushed back hard over the back half of the second frame, eventually tied back it up and then charged back in front yet again when Jimmy Vesey stretched out to get a puck past Craig Anderson with seven minutes left in the third.
The Rangers had a chance to score just 82 seconds into the game, but Michael Grabner was denied by Anderson on a clear breakaway. Zucker had 22 goals and 25 assists in 79 games this season. With Chris Wideman caught up ice, the Rangers had an odd-man rush and all Fast had to do was deposit it home at 4:07, beating Anderson on the stick side. "It felt like we were in control for the most part and played a really smart game".
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"There is definitely an area as far as structure-wise that I thought we had addressed", Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. Karlsson was a minus three in game three and he didn't even play in the third period on Thursday night because the coaching staff saw that his foot injury was irritated over the course of the game.
The series is now tied at two games apiece and emotions are running high.
"What we've done is win another game", he said, "and win at home, which we had to do".
Newsdays' writer Arthur Staple did a piece on the Rangers' fourth line, which now includes Glass, Oscar Lindberg and Michael Grabner. "For the most part we were real solid". Neil cost Ottawa a power play with a roughing infraction and a 10-minute misconduct.
Ottawa's Bobby Ryan, who left with a lower-body injury, is expected to play. He tangled with Rangers forward J.T. Miller late in the second period and Boucher said he was able to come back to the game but they felt it was better to sit him out.
Then, at 15:54, Lindberg floated a shot from the left wing that somehow eluded Anderson after a strong forecheck by Glass and J.T. Miller to give NY a three-goal advantage. "We know we got away with one". Every game is tough and you're not going to get anything for free. The Sens had seven fewer regulation or overtime wins than NY during the regular season and four fewer points, but get home-ice advantage by finishing second in the Atlantic division - as opposed to NY, which landed the first wild-card spot after finishing behind Washington, Pittsburgh and Columbus.