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Nash: All the Bounces Went Our Way (5/17)

Rick Nash speaks to the media after scoring his first goal of the 2014 postseason in the Rangers' 7-2 Game 1 win over the Canadiens.


Petke & Duvall React to Red Bulls' Loss (5/17)

Coach Mike Petke and Chris Duvall share their thoughts on the Red Bulls' 2-0 loss to Toronto FC.


Rangers Crush Habs: Game 1 Analysis (5/17)

Dave Maloney, Ron Duguay, Anson Carter and Al Trautwig break down what was going right for the Rangers as they crushed the Canadiens, 7-2, in Game 1.


Duguay Dances at Rangerstown (5/17)

Ron Duguay shows off some nifty moves at the new Rangerstown sign at Herald Square.


Red Bulls Blanked by Toronto FC: Highlights & Analysis (5/17)

Steve Cangialosi and Shep Messing recap the action from the Red Bulls' 2-0 loss to Toronto FC.


Staal Reacts to New York's Triumphant Game 1 Win (5/17)

Marc Staal talks with John Giannone about New York's penalty kill effort, the factors that played a role in the victory and Lundqvist's exceptional play between the pipes.


Moore: The Strength of Our Team is Our Depth (5/17)

Filling in for an injured Derick Brassard, Dominic Moore talks about being double shifted and the 7-2 Game 1 win for the Rangers.


McDonagh Discusses Four-Point Game (5/17)

Ryan McDonagh talks about his huge day in the Rangers' Game 1 rout and keeping the momentum going the rest of the series.


Boyle on Rangers' Rout of Habs in Game 1 (5/17)

Brian Boyle gives his take on Dominic Moore's strong game in place of the injured Derick Brassard and Henrik Lundqvist's solid performance in goal for the Rangers in their 7-2 Game 1 win.


Subban: That Was Our Toughest Two Periods of the Playoffs (5/17)

P.K. Subban shares how missed opportunities and bad bounces ended up costing the Montreal Canadiens Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Final.


Therrien Reacts to Canadiens' Game 1 Loss (5/17)

Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien explains what went wrong for his team in their Game 1 loss to the Rangers.


Gionta: It's Not How We Wanted To Start (5/17)

Canadiens captain Brian Gionta talks about Montreal's disappointing Game 1 loss and where the team goes from here.