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Capitals Vs. Rangers, 2012 NHL Playoffs Game 4: Game Tied, 2-2, After Two Periods

After two periods of play in game four of the Eastern Conference semifinals, the Washington Capitals and New York Rangers are tied at two. The Rangers out-shot the Capitals 10 to six in the second period, but the Caps are still out-shooting the Rangers for the game, 20-13. Neither team has been able to convert a power play.

Three total goals were scored in the second period – two from the Rangers and one from the Caps. Artem Anisimov tied the game at one, for the Rangers, early in the period, followed by a Caps goal from Nicklas Backstrom, which was quickly answered by Marian Gaborik. Videos of all three goals can be seen below (in order):

The remainder of the game can be seen on NBC.

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