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Rangers Force

RANGERS FORCE A GAME 7

MAY 13, 2022  (22H16)      ASHLEY
The New York Rangers rallied from an early two goal deficit against the Pittsburgh Penguins to force a Game 7 at Madison Square Garden on Sunday. Mika Zibanejad and Chris Kreider each notched 2 goals in the contest. Zibanejad and defenseman Adam Fox notched 4 points each to spur their team to victory.

The turning point of the game seemed to come from an ill-advised Evan Rodrigues roughing penalty early in the second period. The Rangers' Zibanejad scored immediately on the ensuing powerplay and then again 1:16 later. Later in the second period, we witnessed the highlight goalie pass of the playoffs.

Rangers netminder Igor Shesterkin caught the Penguins on a change and delivered a perfect stretch pass to Zibanejad. Kreider eventually scored on the rebound and Shesterkin was credited with an assist.


Penguins' forward Evgeni Malkin answered with a breakaway goal before the conclusion of the second period.


The third period was a very back and forth one with both teams not giving up too much. Kreider overpowered Penguins' goaltender Louis Domingue with only 1:28 remaining in the game for the eventual game-winning tally.


Andrew Copp added an empty net goal to solidify the Rangers 5-3 victory in Game 5.

The Penguins can only hope to get some good news on the injury front tomorrow. Can the Penguins win a Game 7 without their captain, Sidney Crosby? We may find out on Sunday.