Game one of the second round Playoff series between the New York Rangers and Washington Capitals is officially underway, and the score is still tied at zero after one period of action.
There wasn't much action during the first period, with the two teams totaling only 10 shots. The Capitals hold the slight edge in shots on goal, 6-4. Each team also has two penalties a piece, all were two minute minors. Neither team was able to convert on their power play chances.
Ryan McDonaghof the Rangers is the only player with multiple shot attempts; he had three in the first period. Ryan Callahan leads the game with six hits.
The remainder of the game can be seen on NBC.
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