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New York Rangers keep it interesting, but ultimately fall to Atlanta Thrashers, 6-4

October 28, 2010

Down 5-2 in the third period of last night’s game against the Thrashers, the New York Rangers scored a couple goals to bring them within one of tying it, but gave up an empty net goal in the final minute for a 6-4 loss. Their next game is tomorrow night against the Carolina Hurricanes at Madison Square Garden. Photos ¬©Madison Square Garden, L.P.

The Rangers host Hockey Fights Cancer awareness night, during which players wear helmets with special decals and pink chinstraps:

The Rangers hosted Hockey Fights Cancer awareness night, during which players wore helmets with special decals and pink chinstraps

New York’s Matt Gilroy fires a shot down ice:

New York's Matt Gilroy fires a shot down ice

New York’s Sean Avery and Ruslan Fedotenko try to get the puck past Atlanta goalie Chris Mason:

New York's Sean Avery and Ruslan Fedotenko try to get the puck past Atlanta goalie Chris Mason

Rangers head coach John Tortorella calls a timeout after his team falls behind. In hockey, each team can call only one timeout in the entire game, and they usually don’t use it.

Rangers head coach John Tortorella calls a timeout after his team falls behind. In hockey, each team can call only one timeout in the entire game, and they usually don't use it.

Sean Avery immediately responds, scoring his first goal of the season:

Sean Avery immediately responds, scoring his first goal of the season

Sean Avery immediately responds, scoring his first goal of the season

Rangers backup goalie Martin Biron has a tough night in his regular season home debut, allowing 5 goals on 25 shots:

Rangers backup goalie Martin Biron had a tough night in his regular season home debut, allowing 5 goals on 25 shots

New York’s Marc Staal:

New York's Marc Staal

Todd White celebrates his first goal as a Ranger:

Todd White celebrates his first goal as a Ranger

New York’s Brandon Dubinsky plays keep away with Atlanta’s Dustin Byfuglien:

New York's Brandon Dubinsky plays keep away with Atlanta's Dustin Byfuglien

New York’s Brian Boyle celebrates his third period goal with teammates Sean Avery, Ruslan Fedotenko and Michal Roszival:

New York's Brian Boyle celebrates his third period goal with teammates Sean Avery, Ruslan Fedotenko and Michal Roszival

New York’s Ruslan Fedotenko fires a shot on goal late in the game:

New York's Ruslan Fedotenko fires a shot on goal late in the game

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