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In the dynamic realm of hockey, the sport offers a plethora of highlights that linger in our memories. The New York Rangers, a team with a rich history, have contributed numerous moments that resonate with many fans. In this feature titled “Remember When,” we delve into some of these moments—some noteworthy, others less so.

In this particular installment of “Remember When,” we revisit the night of November 15th, 2010 when Marc Staal scored a huge shorthanded game-tying goal to get the Rangers back in the game with 1:28 left followed by Ryan Callahan sealing it in overtime against the Penguins in Pittsburgh.

Ryan Callahan’s overtime goal provided a sweet ending for the New York Rangers, securing their third consecutive victory in a 3-2 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Rangers had a late lead slip away, with Chris Kunitz and Matt Cooke scoring in the final minutes of regulation. Marc Staal’s tying goal with 1:26 left forced the game into overtime.

Callahan netted the winner after a perfect setup by Brandon Dubinsky on a 2-on-1 break. Despite Henrik Lundqvist’s frustration over the blown lead, the Rangers extended their winning streak in a thrilling finish. Lundqvist’s return after missing two games due to illness showcased his superb goaltending skills, making 36 saves.

Erik Christensen had given the Rangers a 1-0 lead in the second period. The game featured a wild sequence in the final minutes, highlighting the Rangers’ resilience and Lundqvist’s standout performance.


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