By Michael Torsiello May 9th, 2015 In New York Rangers, Washington Capitals 0 comments [caption id="attachment_168105" align="alignleft" width="300"] (Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports)[/caption] Now exhale. Rangers fans can finally breathe again; that is until Sunday nights game 6 in Washington. The Rangers found a way to pull themselves back from the brink of elimination and beat the Capitals, 2-1, in overtime in Game 5. Just when all hope was gone, Chris Kreider shined a light onto the Presidents' Trophy winners by scoring with 1:41 left in regulation to force overtime where captain Ryan McDonagh would score 9:37 into the overtime period to keep their Stanley Cup quest in motion. The Rangers continue to break NHL records as they now played twelve consecutive one-goal playoff games. New York has got a fever, and the only prescription is ...MORE GOALS!