In match 2 of the Eastern Conference final, the New York Rangers showed Tampa Bay's Lightning 

that they can win without the help of their power game. Friday first marked this playoff series that the Rangers won

while passing unexpectedly over the man. The Rangers had scored on the power game in six consecutive games

and in 11 of their first 15, but they were 0 for 4 in match 2 and that did not discourage them in a 3-2 victory

in Madison Square Garden to take A 2-0 at the top of the Best-OF-7 series.

Defender K'andre Miller, striker Kapo Kakko and Center Mika Zibanejad, each scored in New York. 

Defender K'andre Miller, striker Kapo Kakko and Center Mika Zibanejad, each scored in New York. 

but that did not have another opportunity of man. It is not as if the power game of the Rangers was struggling in match 2

They had nine shots with the man and a few chances of scoring, but the washer did not enter the net. 

In previous playoffs, when his power game did not click, the New York offensive flouted

He scored seven goals in the previous four games, he had no power game goal in the last two 

(in matches 1 and 2 against the Hurricanes of Caroline in the second round). 

The Rangers offensive, for the most part, was built on the power game. In match 2

this was not the case, and the end result says that this is not a problem at all.

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