Thanks to a late Dominic Moore game-winning score, the New York Rangers have taken Game 1 against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
The absurdity that is these Rangers always having to play a one-goal game, providing fans with certain health problems along the way.
Yet again, in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Tampa Bay
Rangers Lightning, the Rangers played a one-goal game. Thankfully for fans of the Blueshirts, they escaped with the 2-1 victory.
It was Dominic Moore who scored only 30 seconds after leaving the penalty box, and with just 2:25 to play in regulation, who broke the 1-1 tie.
Rookie Kevin Hayes swung the puck in the front of the net while guarded by ex-Ranger Ryan Callahan, and Moore beat another familiar face in Anton Stralman, as the puck went off of Moore’s leg and past Ranger-Killer Ben Bishop.