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Lundqvist bottle-gate; Nash feeling the pressure; Trying to make history

Today's New York Rangers notes.


We've been here before folks, and it was only 13 days ago. The Rangers needed seven games in the first round to get past the Flyers, and now, on Tuesday, they'll play in their second Game 7 of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs in Pittsburgh against the Penguins. The winner of Tuesday night's game will advance to play the winner of the Bruins-Canadiens series, which will play its Game 7 on Wednesday. Here are your morning notes.

Henrik Lundqvist was fined $5,000 for dumping his water bottle on Sidney Crosby during Game 6. [Blueshirt Banter] [ESPN NY]

Emotions have very much fueled the Rangers during their last two wins against Pittsburgh. But according to the players, emotions by themselves won't get them past Game 7. [NY Post]

Five reasons that the Rangers will beat the Penguins in Game 7. [ESPN NY]

Rick Nash is feeling the pressure to produce. [NY Post]

Making history, and erasing a 3-1 deficit, is an accomplishment fit for a King. [NY Post] [Daily News]