Kane’s Fourth Point in Fourth Game: Rangers Win 5-3 Against Capitals

Kane’s Fourth Point in Fourth Game: Rangers Win 5-3 Against Capitals

The Rangers team was expected to come together once Patrick Kane joined the team, but it was never going to happen overnight.

However, in their sixth game with Kane, the Rangers played cohesively and won 5-3 against the Capitals, who were playing with desperation to secure a wild-card spot.

The Rangers rolled all four lines, had an effective power play, and shot the puck well.

They set the tone early and maintained it throughout the game, except for a falter in the third period when the Capitals pushed back.

Despite this, the Rangers held on to win the game.

Rangers goalie Igor Shesterkin made 28 saves, with five of them coming in the final period.

Although the Rangers allowed the Capitals to reduce their lead to one, they ultimately secured the win with an empty-net goal from Jimmy Vesey.

Despite missing defenseman Ryan Lindgren for the eighth straight game, the Rangers won their first regulation game since February.


The Rangers had a dominant first period, outscoring the Capitals 3-1 and outshooting them 19-9. Mika Zibanejad scored two goals, while Kane scored a power-play goal from the top of the zone.

Kane’s goal was his fourth point in four games.

Despite facing the Capitals’ power play, the Rangers and Shesterkin held their ground.

The win was a step in the right direction for the Rangers, who are starting to get a feel for each other as a team.

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