Jun 13, 2014, 10:07 PM EDT
The New York Rangers carry a 2-1 lead into the third period of Game 5 against the Los Angeles Kings because of special teams and a special goalie.
Brian Boyle‘s had some big moments, too. Slava Voynov seemed to be all alone for a prime power-play chance, yet Boyle managed to block his shot. He then left the Staples Center crowd stunned by scoring a shorthanded goal in the waning moments of the second period:
The question is: can the Rangers manage more special moments and close Game 5 out? Chances are, the Kings are going to demand that of them.
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