Final

Series (Game 4 of 4)

New York leads 3-1

Game 1: Tuesday, November 15th
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Game 2: Friday, February 10th
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Game 3: Saturday, February 11th
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Game 4: Saturday, March 18th
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Maple Leafs 2

(30-30-6, 66 pts)

Rangers 5

(38-19-10, 86 pts)

7:00 PM ET, March 18, 2006

Madison Square Garden, New York, New York

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TOR 0 0 22
NYR 1 3 15

J. Jagr (Rangers - RW): Goals: 1, Assists: 3

H. Lundqvist (Rangers - G): Saves: 33, Save Pct.: .943

P. Prucha (Rangers - C): Goals: 1, Assists: 2

Toronto (30-29-6) at NY Rangers (37-19-10) 7:00 pm EST

Toronto (30-29-6) at NY Rangers (37-19-10) 7:00 pm EST

NEW YORK (Ticker) -- Now that the New York Rangers have stopped the bleeding, it is time to heal their wounds.

The Rangers look for their first two-game winning streak since the Olympic break on Saturday when they skate with the Toronto Raptors.

New York entered the layoff on a six-game winning streak and won its first game after the break to extend the run to seven games. However, the team proceeded to lose six straight games prior to a much-needed 5-4 win over Washington on Thursday.

Jaromir Jagr scored the game-winner with just over seven minutes remaining for his league-leading 45th goal of the season. Defenseman Sandis Ozolinsh added his first tally since coming over in a trade with Anaheim last week and rookie Petr Prucha netted his first goal since returning from a knee injury.

Toronto had won two straight prior to a 3-1 defeat against Buffalo on Thursday. Captain Mats Sundin scored the lone goal for the Maple Leafs, who had scored 10 over their previous two contests.

The Rangers have won two of the three meetings between the teams this season.

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