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Lundqvist stopped 32 of 34 shots in Game 2.
If the Rangers can find a way to score goals, they will win this series. Henrik Lundqvist had his best game of the entire playoffs during Game 2, and he stopped all but two shots that came his way. The Penguins put 34 shots on net, and only two got past the Blueshirts' esteemed netminder.
One shot was a glancing blow that tipped off defenseman Dan Girardi's stick, and the other was a one-timer off a rebound on the power play.
Earlier in the playoffs Lundqvist was off his game, but in Game 2 he gave the Rangers an opportunity to steal a win. Ultimately, the Rangers lost because of their inability to score, but the team should be encouraged by the performance Lundqvist had in Game 2.