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New York Rangers lose to Washington Capitals, 5-3

November 10, 2010

Last night the New York Rangers lost to the Washington Capitals, 5-3, at Madison Square Garden. The defeat came despite a couple Rangers goals from Brian Boyle, now on a 6-game tear with five goals, and one from Derek Boogaard, who hadn’t scored a goal in nearly five years. Boogaard’s 234 consecutive games without a goal was 21 games short of New Jersey’s Ken Daneyko’s record 255 games from 1999-2002. The Rangers continue their homestand with a game against the Buffalo Sabres tomorrow night. Photos by Avi Gerver, ©Madison Square Garden, L.P.

All eyes on the puck:

All eyes on the puck

The Rangers’ Brandon Dubinsky attempts a wrap-around goal against Capitals goalie Michal Neuvirth:

The Rangers' Brandon Dubinsky attempts a wrap-around goal against Capitals goalie Michal Neuvirth

Brandon Dubinsky fights Washington’s Mike Green:

Brandon Dubinsky fights Washington's Mike Green

Brandon Dubinsky:

Brandon Dubinsky

New York’s Ryan Callahan draws a hooking penalty from Washington’s Mike Green:

New York's Ryan Callahan draws a hooking penalty from Washington's Mike Green

The Rangers’ Brian Boyle checks the Capitals’ John Erskine:

The Rangers' Brian Boyle checks the Capitals' John Erskine

Brian Boyle (right) scores his second goal of the game:

Brian Boyle (right) scores his second goal of the game

Boyle (second from left) celebrates with teammates Derek Stepan, Dan Girardi and Artem Anisimov:

Boyle (second from left) celebrates with teammates Derek Stepan, Dan Girardi and Artem Anisimov

New York’s Marc Staal attempts to block a shot by Washington’s Alex Ovechkin:

New York's Marc Staal attempts to block a shot by Washington's Alex Ovechkin

The Rangers’ Michael Del Zotto fires a shot on Capitals goalie Michal Neuvirth:

The Rangers' Michael Del Zotto fires a shot on Capitals goalie Michal Neuvirth

New York’s Derek Boogaard celebrates scoring his first goal in nearly five years:

New York's Derek Boogaard celebrates scoring his first goal in nearly five years

Washington’s Mike Green and New York’s Brandon Prust:

Washington's Mike Green and New York's Brandon Prust

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