NEW YORK—Anaheim’s two goal lead and solid defense knocked the New York Rangers from their three game winning streak, 2-1 at Madison Square Garden on Monday, November 4. The Ducks held
The Ducks opened scoring at 2:29 into the first period with a wrist shot from Corey Perry in front of Rangers netminder Henrik Lundqvist to give him his ninth goal on the year. Perry made point near the crease while his team passed the puck where Dustin Penner found Perry open for the shot. Kyle Palmieri scored his fourth on a steal from Francois Beauchemin in the neutral zone where a pass on the stick side of Lundqvist set Palmieri with the open lane shot to make it 2-0.
The Rangers ran the second period in an effort to regroup and make their way back into contention in just their fourth game back at
The 24-year-old Dane didn’t falter in the third period, making big saves on Ryan McDonagh’s shot and rebound attempt including a 2 on 1 breakaway with the big save was all
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