The New York Rangers found themselves in a hole after Game 1, which they lost to the Washington Capitals.
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They were able to recover in their next home game though with a 3-2 victory.
The Rangers immediately came storming out of the gate in the first period as left wing Chris Kreider scored a goal only 38 seconds into the game.
Defenseman Dan Boyle scored another goal for the Rangers approximately 15 minutes in during a power-play situation.
In the second period, the Capitals got on the board with a goal from center Evgeny Kuznetsov, but the Rangers extended their lead in the third with a goal from center Derick Brassard.
The Capitals showed a glimmer of hope at making a comeback after star left wing Alex Ovechkin scored his fourth goal of the playoffs with just under 10 minutes left.
Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist held the Capitals off though and finished off a fantastic performance, as he made 30 saves out of 32 shot attempts against him.
Capitals goalie Brock Holtby had a heavy workload as he made 32 saves on 35 shot attempts.
The Rangers and Capitals will look to seize control of their series in Game 3 on Monday.