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New York Rangers lose to Pittsburgh Penguins, 4-3, in an overtime shootout

February 2, 2011

In their first game back after the All-Star break, the New York Rangers earned a point in the standings for making it to overtime against the Pittsburgh Penguins, but lost 4-3 in the shootout. Brandon Dubinsky earned an assist early in the second period and Ryan Callahan scored late in the second to tie it up at 3-3, as both players returned after missing games due to injury. The Rangers hope to pick up a win tomorrow night against the New Jersey Devils, who are 0-3 against the Rangers this season and have the league’s worst overall record. Photos by Avi Gerver, ©Madison Square Garden, L.P.

New York’s Brandon Dubinsky goes airborne:

New York's Brandon Dubinsky goes airborne

The Rangers’ Ryan Callahan and Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury:

The Rangers' Ryan Callahan and Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fleury

Pittsburgh’s Maxime Talbot and Brandon Dubinsky battle for a faceoff:

Pittsburgh's Maxime Talbot and Brandon Dubinsky battle for a faceoff

New York’s Brandon Prust fights Pittsburgh’s Deryk Engelland:

New York's Brandon Prust fights Pittsburgh's Deryk Engelland

New York’s Wojtek Wolski and Brandon Prust celebrate Prust’s first period goal:

New York's Wojtek Wolski and Brandon Prust celebrate Prust's first period goal

Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh keeps the puck from the Penguins’ Michael Rupp:

Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh keeps the puck from the Penguins' Michael Rupp

Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist makes one of 23 saves:

Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist makes one of 23 saves

New York’s Brandon Dubinsky and Ryan Callahan celebrate Callahan’s game-tying goal in the second period:

New York's Brandon Dubinsky and Ryan Callahan celebrate Callahan's game-tying goal in the second period

Brothers Marc Staal (Rangers) and Jordan Staal (Penguins):

Brothers Marc Staal (Rangers) and Jordan Staal (Penguins)

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