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Rangers Win, 3-2

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Shifty Bobby Rousseau, scoreless in his last 22 games against Boston, connected for a pair of third period goals Tuesday night and rallied the New York Rangers to a 3-2 victory in the fifth game of their National Hockey League Stanley Cup championship series against the Bruins. The victory left the Rangers trailing the best-of-seven series, 3-2, with game six scheduled for Thursday night in New York.

With the treasured Stanley Cup waiting to be presented, the Bruins carried a 2-1 lead into the final 20 minutes as they tried for the clincher on their home ice. But the Rangers, who skated 89 seconds near the end of the second period with two men in the penalty box, would not be denied. Rousseau tied the score at 2:54 when his shot dribbled through the pads of goalie Ed Johnston, who played another brilliant game in the Boston nets.

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