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Watch Rangers’ puck movement on game-winning goal

Feb 17, 2013, 9:56 PM EST

Washington Capitals goalie Braden Holtby was on top of his game on Sunday – ultimately making 38 out of 40 saves – so the feeling was that the New York Rangers would need to pull out all the stops to beat him.

The 2-1 game-winner proved that. As you can see, Rick Nash kept the puck in the offensive zone and started a chain reaction of passes as the puck went from Brad Richards to Michael Del Zotto and finally made its way to Derek Stepan for this beauty on the power play:

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