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One goal separated the Rangers and Capitals in Game 2 Saturday afternoon, and unfortunately for the Blueshirts, it was scored by Washington.
The two teams were scoreless after 60 minutes of regulation time, but the Capitals were successful on a power play in overtime to win the game, 1-0, and take a two-game advantage in the series.
After the game, Rangers captain Ryan Callahan met with reporters to discuss the team's offensive struggles — one goal through two games — special teams, an aparent delay of game penalty against the Capitals that wasn't called, and shifting focus towards Game 3 Monday night at Madison Square Garden.
Watch Callahan meet with reporters, then share your thoughts in the comments section below.