Rangers Drop Game 5 With Two-Goal Shutout
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The New York Rangers are facing elimination from the playoffs following Saturday night's 2-0 loss against the Senators at Madison Square Garden.
Ottawa's Jason Spezza found the net in the first period and added an empty net goal in the final seconds as the Senators shutout the Rangers in Game 5.
They now trail the series 3-2.
Senators goalie Craig Anderson stopped 41 shots on the night. But his New York counterpart - Henrik Lundqvist - says don't count the Blue Shirts out just yet.
"It's not a fun situation, that's for sure," Lundqvist said. "But it's been a tight series all along. So you just have to regroup. We just have to sit down tomorrow and talk about a few things and get ready. This is far from over."
Game 6 is set for 7 p.m. Monday in Ottawa.
If the Rangers win, a deciding Game 7 would be played Thursday back at the Garden.