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Rangers rout NHL-leading Canadiens 5-0

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NEW YORK (AP) If a drubbing at the hands of the Tampa Bay Lightning was the wakeup call the New York Rangers really needed, they have gotten the message loud and clear.

Since a four-goal home loss to the Lightning last Monday, the Rangers have been suddenly stingy and haven't allowed a goal in back-to-back wins. Their latest triumph was a 5-0 rout of the NHL-leading Montreal Canadiens on Sunday night.

"You get a chance to play a team that has been going very good, you want to see how you stack up," said Martin St. Louis, who had a goal and assist. "You know it is a fast team, and we have to be sharp. I thought we were."


Rank Player +/-
1 F. Forsberg, Nsh20
2 V. Tarasenko, StL15
3t C. Ehrhoff, Pit13
3t T. Pearson, LA13
3t T. Toffoli, LA13
6t T. Brodie, Cgy12
6t J. Carter, LA12
6t J. Lehtera, StL12
6t A. Stralman, TB12
10t O. Palat, TB11
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Rank Player W
1t R. Miller, Van13
1t C. Price, Mon13
1t P. Rinne, Nsh13
4 B. Bishop, TB12
5 M. Fleury, Pit11
6t J. Quick, LA10
6t T. Rask, Bos10
8t F. Andersen, Anh9
8t C. Crawford, Chi9
8t J. Halak, NYI9
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