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One thing every Rangers loss this series has in common

11 May 2017

The Senators can advance to the Eastern Conference final for the first time since 2007 - and only the third time in modern franchise history - with a win Tuesday in NY.

At home in the playoffs this season, the Rangers are 4-1 (2-0 against the Senators and 2-1 against the Canadiens).

"I think we were a little too tight there", he said. "Definitely somebody who came out with the max pushback and character we needed". "At the end of the day, I've got to worry about stopping that puck". "Guessing Turris was our horse". "But they've got 36 hours to get him ready to go".

Nick Holden's first goal of the playoffs gave the Rangers a 1-0 lead after one period. Henrik Lundqvist remains a steady presence in net for the Rangers and he should give NY a chance to win today.

"They are a good hockey team". The Rangers are averaging 3.1 goals per game and are scoring on 20.3 percent of their power play opportunities.

Boucher suggested Karlsson would be back Saturday and confirmed that goaltender Craig Anderson would return to the net after he was yanked Thursday. Tom Pyatt, Mike Hoffman and Mark Stone were also able to beat Henrik Lundqvist.

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Mark Stone cut the deficit in half 50 seconds after Nick Holden gave NY a 2-0 lead when he outlasted Henrik Lundqvist on a rebound attempt.

"NY â€" Dion Phaneuf stared hard at his questioner for the briefest of moments before speaking slowly and emphatically.

"Overall, I thought we came out the right way, and we ended it the right way", said Senators captain Erik Karlsson, who left Game 4 after two periods with a foot injury and bounced back to record three assists and a plus-3 rating in 31:09 of ice time on Saturday. It doesn't help that Michael Grabner is so fast that he'll get a breakaway a game.

The review didn't last very long as officials quickly deemed it was a good goal, determining that Turris had control of the puck as he entered the zone.

Tanner Glass - Back in the Rangers lineup, the fourth-liner contributed a pair of assists in a Game Four victory. "I kind of asked some of the guys and they said not to worry about it".

But with the Rangers really starting to click and showcasing the talent that made them an underrated wild-card contender entering the postseason, how can you not smile at the thought of a future clash between NY and the Pens - who, by the way, might be getting Sidney Crosby back soon?

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"We have options", Boucher said. The home team has now won all three games in this series and five straight meetings between these two teams. The New York Rangers have won eight of their last 12 games when allowing three or less goals. "For us, it's about executing and playing to our level".

Things aren't looking great this week, with the Sens having dropped two ugly ones to the Rangers following an emotional win at home. They played well in that game, but it could have gone either way. Defenceman Ben Harpur was also replaced by Fredrik Claesson.

That incident was preceded by a run-in with Chris Kreider, who tripped Karlsson while sliding earlier in the period and Karlsson landed hard on his backside. They were his second and third points of this series.

The biggest early buzz at Canadian Tire Centre came when Chris Neil stepped onto the ice for the first time this postseason, hoping to give the Senators a lift after they dropped the previous two games at NY.

Derick Brassard had played the hero for the Senators in regulation, tying the game with just under a minute-and-a-half remaining.

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