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Rangers And Penguins Headed In Different Directions

Rangers And Penguins Headed In Different Directions

NEW YORK (AP) — The previous time they met in the postseason, the New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins were headed in different directions. They still are. When the puck drops Thursday night at Madison Square Garden for the opener of their seven-game Eastern Conference playoff series, the Rangers will have been on a tear that began when they made the Stanley Cup finals in 2014. New York had rallied from a 3-1 series deficit to eliminate the Penguins in the second round. Then they beat Montreal to make the finals, where Los Angeles won, but needed three overtime victories to do so. This season, the Rangers set club records for points (113) and wins (53), had a plus-60 goal...

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