Saturday, April 14, 2012

Game Two -- Senators at Rangers April 14, 2012

The Rangers withstood an early Ottawa storm and took control of game one in the second period, while the final score suggested a close game, by the full sixty minutes, the Rangers were definitely the better of the two teams on the ice after Game One.

For the Sens to have any aspirations of a first round surprise, a win at MSG is required, Game Two may as well be the time to start that plan underway, to the flip side, the Rangers surely know that the message will be heard that they are for the long haul with a victory in game two.

A pivotal game in the first round for both teams.

Game Two-- Ottawa Senators 3 at New York Rangers 2 (OT)

Previews and Review found below

Post Game

Ottawa Sun-- Slap Shot mentality suits Sens
Ottawa Sun-- Sens win battle on Broadway
Ottawa Citizen-- Hounds released, we now have a series
Ottawa Citizen-- CBC's nightmare scenario? Senators, Canucks bounced early
Ottawa Citizen-- Game File: Senators vs. Rangers Game 2
NY Post-- Rangers fall to Senators in sudden-death OT, series even at 1-1
NY Daily News-- Ottawa Senators change tone of playoff series with NY Rangers
NY Daily News-- NY Rangers lose in Overtime to Ottawa Senators 3-2
NY Daily News-- Ottawa Senators show NY Rangers they won't go down without a fight
Globe and Mail-- Sens beat Rangers in OT to tie series

Pre Game

Ottawa Sun-- Alfredsson could be back on Sens' top line
Ottawa Sun-- Michalek lost in New York
Ottawa Sun-- Sens shake off opening-night jitters
Ottawa Sun-- Karlsson needs room to roam 
Ottawa Citizen-- Sens hope a Free Erik strategy will give Karlsson an edge in Game 2
Ottawa Citizen-- Sens have simple plan for Game 2
Ottawa Citizen-- Sens fans call Cole for too many Karlssons
NY Post-- Rangers look to play more in Senators end tonight
NY Post-- Rangers rookie Hagelin showing Kreider how it's done
NY Post-- Rangers coach isn't worried about young players
NY Daily News-- Secret's out on Artem Anismov
NY Daily News-- NY Rangers to use Henrik Lindqvist and physical edge against Ottawa
Globe and Mail-- Senators lament case of bad playoff nerves

Previous Reports on Rangers and Senators

Game One

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