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Senators Vs. Rangers, 2012 NHL Playoffs Game 3: Still Scoreless After Exciting Second Period

The New York Rangers and the Ottawa Senators are still tied 0-0 through two periods during Game 3 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series. There was much more action than in the first stanza, however. The Senators created more scoring opportunities through the first 10 minutes or so, but the Rangers picked things up late. They arguably should have beat goaltender Craig Anderson on a rebound that bounced across the goal-line in front of the net.

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Henrik Lundqvist was just as spectacular on the on the other end of the ice, turning back all 13 of the Senators' shots on goal. If the second period was any indication, we should be in for an exciting finish in the third. That's assuming either team can beat a pair of hot goaltenders, however.


Intermission 1 2 3 Total
New York Rangers 0 0 0
Ottawa Senators 0 0 0

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