OTTAWA — It was as if the steam could be seen emanating from underneath the helmet of Henrik Lundqvist as he went the locker room before the final horn once again. The Rangers goalie was pulled for the third time in the past eight games as his team lost their third straight, a 6-3 defeat Saturday at the hands of the lowly Senators. Coach Alain Vigneault yanked Lundqvist after he allowed the fifth goal on the 27th shot he faced with 12:33 still remaining in the third period.
OTTAWA — Kevin Hayes came here with the full intention of playing. Despite coach Alain Vigneault saying his second-line center was “less than 50 percent” for going against the Senators with a lower-body ailment, Hayes was able to play during his team’s difficult 6-3 loss Saturday afternoon at Canadian Tire Center.
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Another day, another young defenseman making his Rangers debut. Ryan Sproul played his first game for the Blueshirts in a 3-2 loss to the Wild on Tuesday night at Xcel Energy Center. Sproul had been called up Monday from AHL Hartford after veteran Steven Kampfer broke his hand in a 3-1 win Sunday over the Jets, which is expected to keep him out four-to-six weeks.
It was the emotion of this train-wreck #NYR season coming to a head in one look, one glaring stare down the bench from Henrik Lundqvist as he was on his way to the locker room, yanked once again well before the final horn sounded. http://nyp.st/2o6Pmug
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Selecting a term
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