Rangers Vs. Capitals, 2012 NHL Playoffs Game 1: Rangers, Caps Tied At One After Second Period

The New York Rangers and Washington Capitals are playing game one of their second round Playoff series, as the game is tied at one after two periods of play.

Artem Anisimov scored the lone Rangers goal, with 12:38 elapsed in the second period. He was assisted by Ruslan Fedotenko and Ryan McDonagh. Jason Chimera answered for the Capitals with just before time expired in the period. He was assisted by Brooks Laich.

The Capitals have out-shot the Rangers, 13-8 and have failed to convert on four power plays. Ryan McDonagh has taken the most individual shots with three. Ryan Callahan leads the game in hits, with six.

The Rangers are the first seed in the Eastern Conference. The remainder of the game can be seen on NBC.

For all news and information regarding the New York Rangers, please visit Blueshirt Banter. For complete coverage of the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs, stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated NHL hub.

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