The New York Rangers host the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden for Game 3 of their Eastern Conference Semifinals match-up starting at 7:30 p.m. The Bruins lead the series 2-0. For a preview go to Yahoo! Sports.
TV: NBC Sports Network; Radio: ESPN Radio (970 FM), XM 92
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Henrik Lundqvist – 4-5, 2.10 gaa, .935 sv%, 2 so.
Tuukka Rask – 6-3, 2.32 gaa, .928 sv%, 0 so
- David Krejci leads the Bruins with 5g, 11a in the playoffs.
- Torey Krug has scored a goal in each of his first two NHL playoff games.
- Zdeno Chara had a five game point streak (2g, 7a) snapped in Game 2.
- After not scoring in the seven-game series against the Maple Leafs, Brad Marchand has scored in both games against the Rangers.
- Jaromir Jagr is pointless and a -1 in the first two games of this series.
- Milan Lucic has three goals in the last four playoff games.
- Johnny Boychuk snapped a six game pointless streak with a goal in Game 2.
- Tyler Seguin has just one point (an assist) in the playoffs.
- The Bruins three rookie defensemen Dougie Hamilton, Krug and Matt Bartkowski have combined for two goals and four assists and are a combined plus-3 in the first two games of the series.
- The Bruins are 4-for-25 (16%) on the power play in the playoffs.
- Boston has allowed five power play goals on 29 chances (82.8%) in the playoffs. They've allowed zero on eight chances against the Rangers.
- Wade Redden and Dennis Seidenberg practiced yesterday and willl be a game time decision. Andrew Ference is out for tonight's game.
Rangers-Capitals Series Schedule:
May 16 Rangers 2, Bruins 3. OT
May 19 Rangers 2, Boston 5
May 21 Rangers vs. Boston at MSG, 7:30 p.m.
May 23 Rangers vs. Boston at MSG, 7 p.m.
May 25 Rangers at Boston, TBD*
May 27 Rangers vs. Boston at MSG, TBD*
May 29 Rangers at Boston, TBD*
* — if necessary
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