May 25, 2014, 10:28 PM EDT
Through two periods and change, the New York Rangers have been able to beat Dustin Tokarski on breakaways … and that’s about it. There’s plenty of time for the Rangers to get to the Montreal Canadiens goalie-turned-potential-Cinderella-story, but so far Tokarski has been sharp.
His best moment of Game 4 likely came on this flashy glove save from the second period:
It’s easy to criticize Tokarski’s aggressive style, but so far it’s been serving him remarkably well.
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