Jun 9, 2014, 7:02 PM EDT
The New York Rangers are saying all of the right things heading back home down 2-0 to the Los Angeles Kings, but tonight’s Game 3 will determine if they’re truly in this 2014 Stanley Cup Final series.
After two exciting overtime games, this series shifts to Madison Square Garden. Game 3 airs on NBCSN and can also be viewed via the livestream link below:
The Rangers jumped to 2-0 leads in the first two games of this series, yet they find themselves without a win. The Kings managed this series margin despite never holding a lead in regulation. There’s a “something has to give” feeling to Monday’s contest, yet it’s unclear if that will fall in the Rangers’ or Kings’ favor.
If the past two games are any indication, it should be entertaining either way.
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