Ott 2 1 0 3
NYR 0 2 0 2
Date of game: 4/5/2014
Game Log
Period 2 11:55
NY Rangers Goal - Mats Zuccarello (19), from Marc Staal and Derick Brassard at 11:55.

Period 2 8:27
Ottawa Goal - Jason Spezza (20), from Erik Karlsson at 8:27.

Period 2 5:25
NY Rangers Goal - Mats Zuccarello (18), from Benoit Pouliot and John Moore at 5:25.

Period 3
VISITOR SHOTS 12 12 10 - 34 GOALTENDER Craig Anderson, Robin Lehner HOME SHOTS 16 14 13 - 43 GOALTENDER Henrik Lundqvist, Cam Talbot REFEREE Paul Devorski, Greg Kimmerly *** First Period Scoring Summary *** - Ottawa Goal - Mark Stone (3), from Clarke MacArthur and Chris Phillips at 12:45. Ottawa Goal - Mika Zibanejad (16), from Zack Smith at 17:23. - *** Second Period Scoring Summary *** - NY Rangers Goal - Mats Zuccarello (18), from Benoit Pouliot and John Moore at 5: Ottawa Goal - Jason Spezza (20), from Erik Karlsson at 8:27. NY Rangers Goal - Mats Zuccarello (19), from Marc Staal and Derick Brassard at 1 - *** Third Period Scoring Summary *** - No scoring. - Attendance: -

Period 3
Derek Stepan tip-in shot on Robin Lehner.

Period 3
Patrick Wiercioch shot blocked by John Moore.

Period 3
Dominic Moore shot blocked by Erik Karlsson.

Period 3
John Moore wrist shot on Robin Lehner.

Period 3
Marc Methot slap shot on Henrik Lundqvist.

Period 3
John Moore wrist shot on Robin Lehner.

Period 3
Carl Hagelin wrap-around shot on Robin Lehner.

Period 3
Marc Staal backhand shot on Robin Lehner.

Period 3
Rick Nash shot is over the net.

Period 3
Marc Staal wrist shot is wide.

Period 3
Shot blocked by Mark Stone.

Period 3
Erik Karlsson slap shot on Henrik Lundqvist.

Period 3
Kyle Turris wrist shot on Henrik Lundqvist.

Period 3
Kyle Turris wrist shot on Henrik Lundqvist.

Period 3
Brian Boyle backhand shot on Robin Lehner.

Period 3
Kevin Klein shot blocked by Ales Hemsky.

Period 3
Dominic Moore shot on Robin Lehner.

Period 3
Rick Nash tip-in shot is wide.

Period 3
Derek Stepan shot blocked by Chris Phillips.

Period 3
Rick Nash shot on Robin Lehner.

Period 3
John Moore slap shot is wide.

Period 3
Benoit Pouliot shot blocked by Jason Spezza.

Period 3
Marc Staal wrist shot.

Period 3
Shot blocked by Jean-Gabriel Pageau.

Period 3
Mark Stone wrist shot on Henrik Lundqvist.

Period 3
Rick Nash shot blocked by Clarke MacArthur.

Period 3
Martin St. Louis wrist shot on Robin Lehner.

Period 3
Erik Karlsson shot blocked by Brad Richards.

Period 1 17:23
Ottawa Goal - Mika Zibanejad (16), from Zack Smith at 17:23.

Period 1 17:23
Ottawa Goal - Mika Zibanejad (16), from Zack Smith at 17:23.

Period 1 12:45
Ottawa Goal - Mark Stone (3), from Clarke MacArthur and Chris Phillips at 12:45.

Period 1 12:45
Ottawa Goal - Mark Stone (3), from Clarke MacArthur and Chris Phillips at 12:45.

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