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Game 2 Recap Penguins vs. Sharks: Conor Sheary wins it in OT! New, 347 comments The Pittsburgh Penguins take a 2 games to 0 lead in the series thanks to an OT goal from Conor Sheary. See the highlights of the big win here! by Hooks Orpik Jun 1, 2016, 11:19pm EDT tweet share pin Rec Justin K. Aller/Getty Images

Stanley Cup Finals Game 2, San Jose Sharks @ Pittsburgh Penguins

The Lineups

Same as game one for the Pens after Bryan Rust is able to answer the bell after getting rocked in Game 1.

San Jose makes a one change, dressing youngster Matt Nieto (back from injury for his first game since May 9) and scratching oldster Dainius Zubrus.

The Highlights First Period

Pens do fairly well, SJ looks like they've adjusted by increasing the forechecking pressure and trying to finish any and all checks against Pittsburgh defensemen as they can.

No goals in the period.

More shots and faceoff wins is a good start. Now to get working on that last column... pic.twitter.com/f92Y6WDjp2

— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) June 2, 2016


Second Period

The Pens continue the pressure and get a reward. A puck rolls on the stick of a Shark giving the HBK line another chance. Nick Bonino freezes Martin Jones and out-waits a sprawling Roman Polak . Bonino flicks a centering pass that Polak deflects that Kessel makes sure ends up in the net with a little chip in. 1-0 Pens.

He's Phillin' it! Kessel is one of three players with 10 goals or more in this year's playoffs. pic.twitter.com/1SKBYrbZ9G

— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) June 2, 2016

Pittsburgh continues to dominate possession, but that's it for the scoring.

3 arrows pointing pic.twitter.com/z9Dfs9ueFj

— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) June 2, 2016

Third Period

Back and forth action, no goals, but Joe Thornton 's starting to get frustrated.

Joe Thornton is tired of Sidney Crosby pic.twitter.com/DNDtbjZxtB

— Pete Blackburn (@PeteBlackburn) June 2, 2016

Sadly for him, that's the first noteworthy thing Thornton's done all series.

The bad thing about a lopsided one goal game is it's only a one goal game. San Jose ties it with 4 minutes left, Justin Braun shoots from the point and with traffic in front it finds it's way in past Matt Murray .

Justin Braun's late goal for the @SanJoseSharks sends Game 2 to overtime. More: https://t.co/KubgANv1SO #StanleyCup https://t.co/E0y4GIimHU

— NHL on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) June 2, 2016

Overtime

Early in OT, Sidney Crosby wins a faceoff clean against Joel Ward . Kris Letang double-pumps a shot and lays a pass down for Conor Sheary . Sheary collects the puck then rifles it by Martin Jones and the Pens are up 2-0 just like that, 2:35 into OT.

Goal in Game 1 ✓
Goal in Game 2 ✓
Looking forward to Game 3 pic.twitter.com/2vlnGjFjjw

— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) June 2, 2016

Some Thoughts Today was the first day of June. There was a high of 87 degrees Tuesday in Pittsburgh, 88 on Wednesday. And it showed with the way the puck was bouncing around. Not too much you can complain about and both teams have to play on the same surface. Sharks got away with a clear too-many-men late in the first with 6 skaters on the ice for an extended time. Win some, you lose some. Speaking of, Tomas Hertl plunked pucks off the posts 3 times in the first 25 minutes of the game. He's easily been the best Sharks forward to pop out of no-where, get the puck and then make a dangerous chance out of thin air. Posts were a big story. Along with Hertl's near-misses, Chris Tierney got one too. So did his fellow Chris, Chris Kunitz . And so did Evgeni Malkin after a deflection. And Kessel in the 3rd period. If football is a game of inches, hockey is a game of fractions of inches. Not sure I've seen a better shot-blocking forward than Nick Bonino . Looks like mainly heart and drive, he'll just push himself back towards the net, clog a shooting lane and absorb a puck. He'd be having a good playoffs even if he wasn't creating all those points, but he's doing that too and adding so much value to the team. The Sharks have been admirably un-hateable to this point but Logan Couture 's dive in the 2nd period, and Thornton chopping at Crosby and yep, they're getting there. I've said it once lately, but it's rung true again so I'll say it again -- what a great game from Ben Lovejoy tonight. Great use of the one and only timeout of the game by Mike Sullivan in OT. The HBK line was gassed and Letang was on the ice for most of the OT at that point, with an irregular partner in Ian Cole . They needed a breather, even if it let SJ get their top line on the ice, and they weathered the storm. Sheary told Pierre on NBC that Crosby told him to lineup on the left-wall, roll off it and look for the set play. It worked to perfection, great shot by Sheary and great plays by Sid and Letang to run their parts to perfection. Pens improve to 4-1 this playoff in OT.

14 down, 2 to go. Kenny Powers, your thoughts on the Sheary goal?

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NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs 2015: New York Rangers vs. Washington Capitals Game 2 live stream, TV, radio

CORRECTION Capitals Rangers Hockey The Washington Capitals celebrate a goal by right wing Joel Ward as New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30) looks on during the third period of Game 1 in the second round of the NHL Stanley Cup hockey playoffs Thursday, April 30, 2015, in New York. The Capitals won 2-1. (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) (Frank Franklin II) Print Email Mike Herndon | mherndon@al.com By Mike Herndon | mherndon@al.com AL.com Email the author | Follow on Twitter on May 02, 2015 at 9:30 AM, updated May 02, 2015 at 9:31 AM comments

After an opening game that literally came down to the final second , the   Washington Capitals and New York Rangers will continue their second-round Eastern Conference Stanley Cup playoff series with Game 2 today at 11:30 a.m. Central at Madison Square Garden.

The game will be televised on NBC, with live streaming available at  stream.nbcsports.com . 

Game 1 produced an amazing ending, as Washington's Joel Ward scored the game-winning goal with 1.3 seconds left in the opener to give the Capitals a 2-1 victory. Check the highlights from Game 1 here:

 

Radio listeners can find Game 2 on affiliates of the  NHL Radio Network . Satellite radio subscribers can find the game on XM channels 218 and 219, Sirius channels 211 and 220 or SiriusXM internet stations 939 and 948.

The full series schedule (all times Central):

Game 1: Washington 1, New York 1 (Capitals lead 1-0)

Game 2: Washington at New York, Saturday, May 2, 11:30 a.m.

Game 3: New York at Washington, Monday, May 4, 6:30 p.m.

Game 4: New York at Washington, Wednesday, May 6, 6:30 p.m.

Game 5: Washington at New York, Friday, May 8, 6 p.m.

Game 6: New York at Washington, Sunday, May 10, TBD

Game 7: Washington at New York, Wednesday, May 13, TBD

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Motherwell 3-0 Rangers (agg: 6-1): Scottish Premiership play-off final – as it happened!

Motherwell scored three times in the second half to retain their Premiership status and condemn Rangers to another campaign in the Championship – but the game was spoiled by a nasty fight at the end, resulting in three red cards

Updated Motherwell’s Stephen Pearson challenges Rangers’ Nicky Law. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger @alansmith90 Show 4.53pm BST 16:53 PENALTY! Motherwell 3-0 Rangers (Sutton) (6-1 agg) 4.54pm BST 16:54 FULL-TIME! Motherwell 3-0 Rangers (Motherwell win 6-1 on agg) 4.30pm BST 16:30 GOAL! Motherwell 2-0 Rangers ( ) (5-1 agg) 4.13pm BST 16:13 GOAL! Motherwell 1-0 Rangers (Bell OG) (4-1 on agg) 4.05pm BST 16:05 Peep! 3.49pm BST 15:49 HALF-TIME! Motherwell 0-0 Rangers 3.02pm BST 15:02 Peep! Show

5.11pm BST 17:11

Before I go … there have been three red cards at the end! Moshni, Erwin and Kerr have all been shown reds. Amazing scenes. Entirely unacceptable of course but, I guess, it shows how much they care. “I’m drained but so pleased for everyone at the club,” Baraclough says. “It’s been a tough, tough season for us.”

Anyway, Motherwell’s players are back on the pitch with their kids to celebrate. A slightly brighter note to end on.

Ian Baraclough celebrates at the end of the game. Photograph: Ed Sykes/Action Images

Updated at 5.30pm BST

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5.06pm BST 17:06

The Motherwell players are expected to come out to celebrate the retention of their top flight status now things have calmed down, which is a good time for me to bid farewell. Congratulations to Ian Baraclough and his team, commiserations to Stuart McCall and Rangers. Thanks for reading. Bye!

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5.04pm BST 17:04

Steven McManus, talking to BT, says: “Emotions were running high. It was important we tried to be professional, kept cool. We deserved it over the two legs.”

Stephen Pearson: “We’re disappointed with what happened at the end. I think Moshni has kicked and then punched Lee Erwin. I’m sure it will be picked up on TV and the right action will be taken.

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5.02pm BST 17:02

There are police horses on the pitch to direct the Motherwell fans into their seats now. Just watching a replay of the incident again and it appears Erwin went to shake his hand, Moshni refused to and kicked and punched him instead. There was certainly blood coming from Erwin’s mouth. A disappointing end to it all.

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4.57pm BST 16:57

Oh! Unfortunately, it has all kicked off at the end. Bilel Mohsni has just thrown a nasty punch at Erwin after the Motherwell player shoved him following an exchange of words. Mohsni is led down the tunnel by a Rangers official, while Erwin leaves the pitch apparently bloodied after taking a boot to the rear end and what looks to be a punch to the face. Now there’s a pitch invasion and a lot of Motherwell fans are off goading the Rangers support.

Lee Erwin is kicked by Bilel Mohsni. Photograph: Graham Stuart/Action Images Bilel Mohsni punches Lee Erwin. Photograph: Graham Stuart/Action Images

Updated at 5.10pm BST

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4.54pm BST 16:54

FULL-TIME! Motherwell 3-0 Rangers (Motherwell win 6-1 on agg)

That’s the final act!

Motherwell fans invade the pitch. Photograph: Ed Sykes/Action Images

Updated at 5.09pm BST

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4.53pm BST 16:53

PENALTY! Motherwell 3-0 Rangers (Sutton) (6-1 agg)

90 min + 2: Erwin zooms down the left, cuts in and is taken down by Wallace. Sutton steps up to take and calmly side foots it to Bell’s left after the keeper committed early to diving right.

John Sutton scores their third goal from the penalty spot. Photograph: Ed Sykes/Action Images

Updated at 5.21pm BST

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4.51pm BST 16:51

90 min: There will be two minutes added on. And the home support are back to twisting and shouting.

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4.51pm BST 16:51

89 min: Into the final minute. Murdoch has a long-range punt well saved by Bell.

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4.46pm BST 16:46

85 min: Rangers have thrown in the towel now. Vuckic drives into the box and under pressure from Laing goes down too easily and the ball runs out of play for a goal-kick. There are 9,220 inside Fir Park – the highest attendance at the ground this season but far from sold out having restricted Rangers’ allocation.

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4.44pm BST 16:44

83 min: Final change for the home side – Ramsden replaces the influential Johnson, who hobbles off clutching his lower back.

Updated at 4.44pm BST

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4.42pm BST 16:42

81 min: Foster booked for a frustrated kick at Johnson.

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4.40pm BST 16:40

79 min: Good save by Bell to deny Sutton. Erwin drives forward and passes to Johnson who gives it back to the Motherwell striker. He works it to the substitute Sutton after his initial attempt is blocked and Bell saves his low strike.

Updated at 4.41pm BST

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4.38pm BST 16:38

77 min: Ainsworth is replaced by Sutton and when play restarts yet another long ball forward from Rangers is overhit and ends up going out for a corner.

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4.36pm BST 16:36

76 min: The game has, as you would expect, lost its intensity now. Motherwell fans going for ‘let’s go fucking mental’ at the moment. Prefer Twist and Shout, personally.

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4.34pm BST 16:34

73 min: Pearson, who had that hamstring injury before kick-off, is off to a standing ovation. Grant replaces him for the final celebratory minutes. Rangers fans are heading for the exit.

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4.30pm BST 16:30

GOAL! Motherwell 2-0 Rangers ( ) (5-1 agg)

70 min: Rangers committed too many forward, allowing Johnson to race down the right flank under little pressure. He cuts in, sees Ainsworth free to his right. The winger steadies and finds the net via another Zaliukas deflection. Au revoir!

Lionel Ainsworth celebrates scoring their second goal with Marvin Johnson. Photograph: Graham Stuart/Action Images

Updated at 4.45pm BST

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4.27pm BST 16:27

66 min: Erwin breaks but is denied advancing into a goalscoring position by Zaliukas. Then Rangers immediately go on the attack, where Vuckic shoots from 25 yards and Long saves.

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4.25pm BST 16:25

64 min: Vuckic crosses from the right and Clarke is on hand for what should be a tap-in from six yards out but he fresh airs it. Sometimes it’s just not your day.

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4.23pm BST 16:23

63 min: Rare second half chance from Rangers as McCulloch acrobatically sends a Vuckic corner over the bar.

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4.21pm BST 16:21

60 min: McCulloch is taken down by Erwin. But Ainsworth’s free-kick is overhit and the crestfallen Bell collects.

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4.19pm BST 16:19

59 min: Clarke replaces Boyd for Rangers’ second change. Their inability to convert their early dominance into a goal has proven costly.

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4.18pm BST 16:18

58 min: Back on the pitch, Rangers continue to send it long and each time it’s cleared up by Motherwell’s dominant defence.

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4.17pm BST 16:17

57 min: Fir Park, with the exception of the 1,500 Rangers fans behind one goal, is currently bouncing to this. And it’s quite the sight.

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4.15pm BST 16:15

55 min: Walsh is on for Ferguson but unless he can inspire three goals in the remaining 35 minutes, Rangers will be staying in the Scottish Championship next season.

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4.13pm BST 16:13

GOAL! Motherwell 1-0 Rangers (Bell OG) (4-1 on agg)

52 min: Johnson dribbles past three Rangers defenders and shoots from 25 yards. It’s heavily deflected by Zaliukas and as the ball loops into the air, Bell gets his feet all mixed up and somehow punches it into his own net. Oh dear.

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Marvin Johnson takes the shot which led to the first goal. Photograph: Graham Stuart/Action Images and celebrates. Photograph: Graham Stuart/Action Images

Updated at 4.33pm BST

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4.11pm BST 16:11

50 min: McDonald goes into the book for a mist-timed tackle on Vuckic deep inside the Rangers half.

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4.10pm BST 16:10

49 min: Lots of long balls! Foster collects a long punt from Hammell but is robbed by Johnson near the end-line only for the defender to recover and concede a corner which is cleared.

Updated at 4.10pm BST

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4.07pm BST 16:07

47 min: Foster leaves a pass to Bell short and Erwin is close to getting in and intercepting. A lucky escape.

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4.05pm BST 16:05

Peep!

46 min: McDonald and Pearson restart. And the sun is out!

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3.51pm BST 15:51

Pay no notice to the possession wheel on the left of this screen – sometimes it refuses to work. Rangers actually had 64% of the ball in the opening period.

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3.49pm BST 15:49

HALF-TIME! Motherwell 0-0 Rangers

Low on quality but the hosts will be more than pleased in a half where they had the better chances but not too much of the ball.

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3.48pm BST 15:48

45 min +2: Vuckic crosses from the left to Boyd, who heads wide.

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3.47pm BST 15:47

44 min: Motherwell win another corner but it’s cleared as far as Lasley who hooks it back into Bell’s hands. Two minutes to be added on.

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3.45pm BST 15:45

42 min: Rangers back on the attack. Boyd passes to Miller between the legs of Hammell but the former’s strike is deflected for a corner. Ferguson’s delivery is headed across his own goal by Lasley. Zaliukas is first to it but he cannot find the target and puts his head in his hands.

Marius Zaliukas reacts after missing a chance. Photograph: Jeff Holmes/Getty Images

Updated at 4.20pm BST

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3.43pm BST 15:43

40 min: Now McCulloch, who spent six years at Motherwell , is booked for his part in a 50/50 with McDonald. Having viewed the replay, that looked harsh. When play restarts the ball falls to Johnson on the edge of the area, fed by McDonald, but he is unable to find the target with a low, left-footed curler.

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3.40pm BST 15:40

38 min: Vuckic elegantly works his way into a shooting position but is taken down by McManus. It should be a free-kick – even if the contact was slight – but the Rangers player is instead booked for diving.

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