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NEW YORK, N.Y. - The New York Rangers could have been counted out multiple times against the Minnesota Wild.Such as when forward Chris Kreider was ejected in the first period or when defenceman John Moore was kicked out in the second, or when the Wild scored two even-strength goals and then carried a three-goal lead into the third period.But with only 20 minutes to go against the NHLs hottest goalie, the Rangers found a way to forge one of their most improbable wins.Despite recording only eight shots through 40 minutes, New York stormed back against Darcy Kuemper and the Wild, scoring five goals in the third period for a 5-4 victory Monday night.Only one other time — Jan. 4, 1956, against Detroit — has New York come back from a 3-0 hole in the third period to win. The last time the Rangers rallied from any three-goal deficit in the third period to win was Dec. 27, 1992, against Boston.It was a pretty crazy game, Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh said, but in the end you want to be on the good side of those.Rangers defenceman Kevin Klein started the comeback at 2:52 of the third. Rick Nash made it 3-2 at 4:48, but Jason Zucker restored the Wilds two-goal lead 47 seconds later.When they scored the fourth one, that was a tough one, goalie Henrik Lundqvist said. We came back with two goals and we had the energy. We had the building going and they killed the momentum.That, too, was fleeting. Youth and some fresh legs carried the Rangers to victory.Anthony Duclair scored his first NHL goal with 3:48 remaining, and Mats Zuccarello put the Rangers ahead 37 seconds later in New Yorks biggest third period since January 1993.The Wild appeared to be in complete control nearly all night, but left with a stunning loss. Kuemper gave up only four goals in five previous games this season.This is twice already this year where weve blown third-period leads, coach Mike Yeo said. I dont know if we did that twice all last year.We didnt respond very well tonight, no question.Derick Brassard made it 4-3 at 7:54, and the 19-year-old Duclair, playing his seventh NHL game, tied it. Zuccarello won it with his first of the season.It hasnt sunk in yet, I dont think, Duclair said. It was a big comeback for us. It speaks to the leadership in this locker room.Nate Prosser, Matt Cooke and Jason Pominville scored second-period goals for the Wild (4-3), who held a 30-20 shots advantage but had their two-game winning streak snapped.Kreider and Moore could be facing supplemental discipline from the NHL for separate hits that led to the ejection of both.Despite receiving a pair of 5-minute power plays that combined to take up 9:45 of the second, the Wild still havent scored a man-advantage goal this season in 24 opportunities.But they struck for three even-strength tallies in the second, and have outscored opponents 13-1 in the middle period this season.New York was outshot 24-8 through 40 minutes — including 11-3 in the second. But the Rangers (5-4) regrouped and began a stretch of 10 of 13 games at Madison Square Garden in thrilling fashion.Kreider received a major penalty for boarding defenceman Jonas Brodin late in the first period, and Moore was ejected midway through the second for a blatant hit to the head of forward Erik Haula that resulted in a match penalty.Kreider was given a major penalty for boarding and a game misconduct. That gave the Wild their third power play of the scoreless first period, with 4:45 of the advantage carrying over into the second.The Rangers killed that, but Minnesota grabbed a 2-0 lead soon after with goals 55 seconds apart by Prosser and Cooke.Less than a minute after the second goal, Moore drilled Haula in the side of the head between the circles in the New York end. The Rangers killed that 5-minute power play, too, but gave up a goal moments later to Pominville to fall behind 3-0.Any momentum the Rangers could have expected after Kreiders penalty expired was lost 44 seconds after it ended when Justin Fontaine sent a diagonal pass down to the right post to Prosser, whose shot was initially stopped by Lundqvist but slithered in at 5:29 for Prossers first of the season.Cooke, who earned the second assist on that goal, made it 2-0 at 6:24 when Fontaine sent a pass from behind the net to him at the right post for his second.Pominville stretched the Wild lead to three by scoring his third with 4:22 left in the second.NOTES: The Rangers previous victory after trailing by three goals at any point was April 4, 2011, against Boston. ... New York has won 68 straight games when scoring at least four goals. ... This marked the first time Kuemper (4-2) has allowed more than two goals this season. ... The teams meet again in Minnesota on April 2. 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Calgary got on board first in the mini-game as Evans had Rush goalie Aaron Bold going the other way with a shot two minutes in and then added another goal a minute later to give the Roughnecks at 2-0 lead. Edmonton finally scored in the extra match with 1:39 to play with a goal by Zack Greer, but Calgary was able to kill the clock from there. "You never know what to expect in a short overtime game like that," Evans said. "Im just so proud of how we never quit on the night, even when things didnt look very good. We stuck together and now we are heading to the championship. It feels good." The Roughnecks actually trailed 11-2 at one point in the full-length game, but came roaring back and gave themselves the momentum heading into the extra match-up. "This is one of the greatest feelings of my life," said Calgary goalie Mike Poulin. "It was a hell of a night. I am really well of the way we responded and the way we played after the first half of the first game. We let it slip away for a bit, but we showed a lot of character and played a good 40 minutes after that to win the West." Poulins coach agreed. "The big thing was to grind them down and remember who we are," said Roughnecks head coach Curt Malawsky. "It wasnt an easy game and I am very proud of our guys. They were all over us. It was just one goal at a time and then you start believing a bit. Then it is one loose ball or one save or a faceoff. It showed a lot when you could have easily mailed it in and play for another day, but the guys wouldnt do that. We have a special group here and we are excited to be playing again next week." Calgary will now wait to see if their opponent will be the Rochester Knighthawks or the Buffalo Bandits when the two teams finish their series on Saturday night. It was the first home playoff date in the nine-year history of the Edmonton Rush, who won the NLLs regular-season title with a 16-2 record. "In the extra time, we out-played them, we out-chanced them. We had our opportunities," said Rush head coach and GM Derek Keenan "Its a crappy way to end our season, but thats the way it ended and its hard to swallow, thats for sure." Bold certainly isnt a fan of the new NLL playoff format. "I think its just ridiculous that 10 minutes decides the East or West Division, as well as a Champions Cup," he said. &quuot;That needs to be switched around to a full game because thats a little bit of a joke.dddddddddddd. I may be saying that because were on the short end of the stick, but realistically thats not a way to win. But Calgary won and hats off to them." Things actually looked like they were going to go Edmontons way to start the night. The Rush took a 2-0 lead in the nights first game with a pair of quick goals bookended around the five-minute mark of the first quarter, as Mark Matthews and Greer got shots past Poulin. Calgary responded with its first goal midway through the opening frame, as Evans scored on the Roughnecks first shot of the game on Bold. Edmonton made it 3-1 as Bold sent defender Nik Bilic on a breakaway and he made good on the opportunity. Calgary cut the lead to a goal, but the Rush came storming back with an impressive five goals in a 90-second span, including the second of the game for both Matthews and Greer, to lead 8-2 with three minutes to play in the first. The five goals in a minute-and-a-half set a new NLL record. The Rush outshot Calgary 18-6 in the first, with their eight goals tying a team record for the most goals in a quarter. Edmonton kept coming to start the second as Curtis Knight scored a short-handed goal just 23 seconds in. The Rush struck twice more in the first five minutes of the second to make it 11-2, prompting the Roughnecks to replace Poulin in net with backup Frankie Scigliano. Calgary finally stopped Edmontons run of eight goals in a row with four straight of its own, before Edmonton finally got one back for a 12-6 lead at the half. Poulin returned to the Calgary net for the second half. The third goals of the game from Evans and Dane Dobbie allowed Calgary to close the score to 14-10 heading into the fourth quarter. The Roughnecks kept coming and notched a pair of goals to close the score to 14-12 four minutes into the fourth. Scott Ranger scored with just over five minutes to go to make it a one-goal game, but the Rush were able to hang on for dear life and put the game away with an empty-net goal from Bilic to give them the 15-13 win and force the mini-game to decide the series. Notes: It was the third time that the two Alberta-based team have met in the NLL playoffs. The Rush won the two previous post-season encounters, emerging victorious in one-game West Division semifinals in both 2010 and 2012a Edmonton won the season series between the two teams for the first time in franchise history, going 3-1. However, Calgary handed the Rush their lone loss at home this yeara Edmonton finished the regular season as the NLLs top team with a record of 16-2, while Calgary was second in the West at 12-6a The Roughnecks 12-11 overtime win in the first game of the series was a bit contentious as the Rush claimed Jeff Shattlers game tying goal in the final minute shouldnt have counted due to an unreviewed crease violationa The announced attendance in Edmonton was 9,120. Wholesale Hoodies NFL Shirts Outlet Jerseys NFL Wholesale Cheap NFL Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Jerseys Cheap Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale NFL Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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