Rangers Getting Different Test Than They Expected

April 16, 2012 12:00 AM

Rangers Getting Different Test Than They Expected

" The Senators didn't just get mad on Saturday night, they got even.

Ottawa turned the first round series with the Rangers on its head after a 4-2 loss in Game One by playing a far more physical, aggressive and nasty game than anyone expected to see from them. The script of the series was supposed to be that the Rangers would carry things on that front while the Senators tried to use the athleticism of Erik Karlsson and Jason Spezza to upset the Rangers.

They went a different way on Saturday, though, and wound up with a 3-2 overtime win for their troubles. The Senators were the ones who started the game with enforcers on the ice and they were the ones who touched off a melee a short time later when Matt Carkner jumped Brian Boyle and began whaling away at his head.

Brandon Dubinsky jumped in and got thrown out along with Carkner, a strange decision seeing as how the referees called Dubinsky the third man into a fight that didn't result in a fighting major for Boyle "

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