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The Rangers came up with quite the elixir to cure what ails them as Henrik Lundqvist rebounded in net and Rick Nash scored twice to even the East finals 2-2.

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538: Statheads were right about Tyler Johnson

Tyler Johnson's stunning playoffs shouldn't be surprise because according to at least one commonly used value metric, his regular season had already established him as arguably the best skater in the NHL.

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Lightning: Ben Bishop says "never want to give up 10 goals in two games" and team needs to "look at it and adjust"

Rangers: Alain Vigneault says "wasn't any doubt from within our dressing room" that Henrik Lundqvist would bounce back

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Tampa's Tyler Johnson on Ben Bishop: “It definitely wasn’t on him. The whole team has to bounce back."

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Tampa's Tyler Johnson: "You look at it this way: It’s the best-of-three to get to the Stanley Cup. That’s pretty cool.”