RANGERS BEAT PENS, FORCE GAME SEVEN SUNDAY NIGHT
A few inauspicious punishments and a goaltending indiscretion permitted the New York Rangers
To get a 5-3 win over the Penguins the previous evening and power a game seven tomorrow evening at Madison Square Garden.
After the Pens developed a 2-0 lead in the principal time frame,
The Rangers ran through three straight in the second. The initial two came from Mika Zibanejad.
The first was a strategic maneuver objective as Evan Rodrigues was found fighting back...
From a cross-check by Rangers defenseman Ryan Lingren.
The second of Zibanejad's objectives came under two minutes after the fact.
Kris Kreider gave the Rangers a 3-2 lead later on,
In the third time frame, Kreider scored on a bounce-back late for the game dominating objective,
With Andrew Copp scoring a protection objective with under a moment to go.
Pens Head Coach Mike Sullivan said that the force just exchanged to and fro during the game,
Yet he was not content with the exhibition of the Pens exceptional groups.