Rangers VS Senators, 2nd Period: Double The Pucks, Double The Fun

Rough play continued in the second period of the second playoff game between the Rangers and Senators as Hagelin elbowed Alfredsson in the head sending the Swedish born player hard to the ice.

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New York nearly overtook Ottawa in the penalty category racking up a total of 26 minutes of penalties in the game while the Senators barely held the edge with 28.

The Sens tied up the score as Defenseman Eric Karlsson slammed a shot off of a defenseman allowing the goal to score.

Later in the period the two teams played with two pucks after a second puck fell off the netting and was in play.

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New York lost the season series three games to one while being outscored 14-8.

Game 3 will be played on Mon, Apr 16 at 7:30 p.m. ET in Ottawa.

For more coverage of the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, be sure to check out our blogsBlueshirt Banter and In Lou We Trust. Also take a peek at our StoryStream and SB Nation New York for all the latest news and updates.

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