Finals preview: When Kings battle Rangers, which coast will claim the Cup?
Kings? It's time for wing Rick Nash to earn that big paycheck, but don't forget about 23-year-old forward Chris Kreider (10 points in 10 games), whose speed and fearlessness create opportunities. Aside from Lundqvist, New York's
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unable to find space. If New York is going to have a chance, it's going to need more offense from speedy forwards Chris Kreider and St. Louis as well as Carl Hagelin and Benoit Pouliot, each of whom scored a goal. But against L.A.'s better
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goalie Carey Price, may not play in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference final on Monday night after Rangers forward Chris Kreider crashed into him on a partial breakaway attempt in Game 1. Price was pulled after two periods, but coach Michel Therrien
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challenged Lundqvist with short-handed breakaways in the second, and the Rangers had a goal waved off at 5:55 when Chris Kreider was called for goalie interference after he was shoved from behind into Marc-Andre Fleury by Kris Letang. NOTES
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Ryan McDonagh added another power-play goal in the second to help the Rangers force Game 6 in New York on Sunday. Chris Kreider and Kevin Klein also scored, and Henrik Lundqvist stopped 31 shots. Evgeni Malkin had his third goal of the series
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went in, and the celebration started from there.'' The Rangers tied it with 28.1 seconds left in regulation on Chris Kreider 's goal. Dustin Tokarski was sharp throughout in his second NHL playoff game in place of injured goalie Carey Price
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7-2 victory Saturday. ''Really disappointed,'' Therrien said. ''He's our best player.'' Rangers forward Chris Kreider crashed into Price skates-first after missing the net on a breakaway in the second period. Price lay on the ice
nervous fans to find out how Price will respond to therapy after he was plowed into, skates-first, by New York's Chris Kreider in the Rangers' 7-2 romp in the opener of the best-of-seven series on Saturday. Price tested the suspected
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momentum after they killed a roughing penalty against Jussi Jokinen and then received their first power play after Chris Kreider knocked down Jokinen at the edge of the crease with 8:40 left in the period. New York had built its shots edge to
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St. Louis stands 5-foot-8, Mats Zuccarello 5-foot-7 and Carl Hagelin 5-foot-11. However, Hagelin and Chris Kreider (four goals in 10 playoff games) provide the Rangers with dangerous speed. Kings: In Kopitar, Gaborik, Carter