Henrik Lundqvist at a loss for words

The Rangers' goaltender was brilliant on Wednesday, but that wasn't enough vs. Caps

Updated: April 21, 2011, 8:32 AM ET
By Johnette Howard | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- It had already been a brutal, hard-fought, wildly seesawing game that saw the New York Rangers leap ahead by three goals, only to see the Washington Capitals claw back in the final period of regulation to get even with a three-goal outburst of their own.

Now they had all dragged each other into one overtime, then another, and the main reason the Rangers were still in this game at all was because their best player, goaltender Henrik Lundqvist, was playing better than Washington's ...

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