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New York Rangers scrimmage highlights: GIFs of all the goals scored in Sunday's game

There were plenty of goals from the Rangers Sunday scrimmage, so let's take a loot at them.

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The Rangers held an intrasquad scrimmage on Sunday that had no shortage of goals. The final score was 6-4, with team White defeating Team Blue 6-4. Admittedly, I didn't get GIFs of the last two goals of the game. The second-to-last was a terrible bounce off the boards via dump-in from Steven Kampfer, and a late tally added by Ryan Haggerty was scored when the scrimmage had been shut down, and the team began working on situationals and special teams.

Besides that, there were some good moments, and again, plenty of goal highlights. Here they are, in the order they were scored.

Tanner Glass (yes, Tanner Glass) kicked off the scoring when he found a loose puck in the zone, and beat Cam Talbot over the glove with a quick wrist shot.


Dominic Moore would come back and tie the score when he found some space in the middle of the ice, and beat Henrik Lundqvist in a 1-on-1.


Dan Boyle would get his first goal in a Rangers uniform to put his side back ahead off a pedestrian point shot, which took an odd deflection, and then trickled in off Ryan McDonagh.


As the second period began, Derick Brassard finished off a nice sequence by showing off his wrist shot, and beating Lundqvist under the bar, tying the game at two apiece. Brassard_scr_goal_medium

Chris Mueller drew a hook and a penalty shot later on in the frame, and deposited the opportunity with a quick wrist shot to the blocker side to make it 3-2 Team White. Mueller_scr_goal_medium

Matthew Lombardi would kick off the scoring in the third, extending Team White's lead by picking out the top corner on an accurate wrist shot.


One of the young guys, Marek Hrivik, would get under John Moore's skin, drawing a penalty, and a penalty shot, and using that chance to cut Team Blue's deficit in half with a nifty backhand move.


And J.T. Miller caps off our scoring recap, responding quickly to that Hrivik goal to push Team White's lead back to two goals. Miller, who might have been the best player on the ice during the scrimmage, used his speed to break into the zone, and then his finishing ability to get off a quick shot for the score.


Check back later for more highlights from Sunday's scrimmage.