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Pittsburgh Penguins’ Cullen, Lovejoy, and Bernie Kosar Jersey Rust celebrate after Cullen scored a goal during the third period of Game 3 of a first-round NHL playoff hockey series against the New Rangers Tuesday, 19, New. The Penguins won 3. Pittsburgh Penguins Fehr and Cullen celebrate a goal by Letang as New Rangers’ Mats Zuccarello watches during the third period of Game 3 of a first-round NHL playoff hockey series Tuesday, 19, New. The Penguins won 3. The Pittsburgh Penguins got back to playing the style that made them one of the NHL’s best teams after Christmas. They played defense. They got goals from their stars, a game-winner from 39-year-old Cullen and a solid effort from rookie goaltender. They also got the benefit of a video review on offside call that saved them a goal a 3 win Game 3 of the first-round playoff series with the New Rangers on Tuesday night. Even the return of Rangers captain McDonagh could not slow down the Penguins or prevent them from taking a 2 lead their first-round playoff series. We understand if you want to win, that’s how you’re going to have to win them this time of year, said Penguins Crosby, whose power-play goal late the second period tied the game at 1-all. Our mindset is playing the right way, doing the things that have got us here, The past is the past. Right now we want to make sure we are better every game. I think we took a good step here tonight. Game 4 is Thursday night New. The Rangers have lost four consecutive playoff at Square Garden going back to last ‘s Eastern Conference final against Tampa Bay The Penguins dominated this one, limiting the Rangers to 17 shots. Most were not very good and Rangers did little after Nash scored short-handed early the second period. We kept saying it, we kept telling ourselves, we had to lay it and shoot it, said McDonagh, who missed the first two of the series with a upper-body injury. I’m sure we’ll look at some things when we watch the game and wish we had put more pucks on the net especially because it was his first game a while. was barely tested playing for the first time the series. He was hurt the final weekend of the regular and Zatkoff started the first two with – Fleury out with a concussion. The nerves were definitely going at the start of the game. That’s understandable, said. It was first playoff game, at MSG no less. I was able to control it and that was all I could ask for. The Penguins made all the big plays after Nash scored. Crosby gave the team a lift scoring late the second period and Cullen made the big play early the third, beating Henrik Lundqvist on a semi-breakaway after beating two defensemen at 4. Cullen’s game-winner was as much a good play by him and a bad one by defensemen Yandle and Boyle. Cullen took a pass and entered the Rangers zone. Yandle and Boyle converged on him and ran into each other. It was kind of a tough puck, Cullen said. It was bouncing a lot tonight. That one just went to a perfect spot. I was the right spot and was able to poke it by. I was just happy to it go. Letang added empty-net goal to ice the game. This was a game which the Rangers seemed to lose momentum after a first-period goal by Kreider was nullified because of offside call after a challenge. Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said it was the right call. Nash still gave New the lead early the second period, but the Penguins took control when Crosby tied the game and Cullen scored early the third to give them the lead. Pittsburgh went into a defensive posture at that point and shut the Rangers down. For some reason it was hard for us to create the big chances, Lundqvist said. We were hoping to come home and to get the building energized and to get ourselves energized. They just played very well defensively. They didn’t give up much. I ‘t know what to say. Nash’s goal snapped New ‘s scoreless playoff drought at home at 166 minutes, 22 seconds, dating to Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals against Tampa Bay last. The Lightning shut out New Games 5 and 7 to win the series. Crosby got his second goal of the series after Staal took a hooking penalty with a minute left the period. The Penguins needed 18 seconds to convert, with Crosby redirecting Phil Kessel’s attempt into the net from about two feet away. An offside review on the Kreider non-goal showed that J.T. entered the zone a split second before the puck and the goal was waved off. The Rangers had more than three minutes remaining on a double minor to Conor Sheary and the reversal took the air out of them and the crowd. NOTES: With McDonagh back, Dylan McIlrath was scratched…. Crosby and Malkin each played their 103rd playoff game, tying Kevin Stevens for third team history…. Nash’s goal was his first short-handed the playoffs…. Crosby’s goal was his 45th the playoffs, one shy of tying Stevens for third place on the team’s all-time list.