Jun 7, 2014, 8:17 PM EST
While Lundqvist thwarted the Los Angeles Kings on some big chances (at least when the Kings weren’t missing the net), McDonagh’s been all over the place.
Most noticeably, he gave the Rangers yet another 1-0 lead:
McDonagh bounced back after that, assisting on Mats Zuccarello‘s 2-0 tally (the first goal by a Norwegian-born player in a Stanley Cup Final contest):
This is the 15th time the Rangers have scored first in 22 playoff games. So far they’re 10-4 in those contests. McDonagh played a big role in making that happen.
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