April 18, 2012 12:00 AM
" The Rangers haven't been behind for one minute of their four games against the Senators.
That's good, but not nearly as good as it sounds, because they now head back to New York with the series tied at two games apiece. Kyle Turris's goal in overtime gave the Sens their second 3-2 overtime win of the series and ended a game that couldn't have started any better for the Rangers.
They scored twice in the first 6:10 of the game with both goals coming on the normally dormant power play after the Senators took a couple of bad penalties to kick off the game. Anton Stralman potted the first one off a rebound and Ryan Callahan followed a Marian Gaborik shot for the second goal in what looked like it was going to be the night the lights went out in the series.
In a strange way, those two goals might have actually backfired for the Rangers because it forced the Senators into desperation mode early in the game "
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