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The Penguins took a 2-0 lead and were in complete control more than halfway through the second.But Sidney Crosby left the game with an upper-body injury with less than six minutes remaining in the second, the Rangers scored three straight goals and eventually won 5-3.The Penguins went home still leading in the series and with another opportunity to put the Rangers away and move on, but they were without Crosby. It didn't seem to matter early, because once again they took a 2-0 lead.But the Rangers fought back again, scoring the next three goals and won 5-3 to become the third team in NHL history to stave off elimination with consecutive multi-goal comeback wins, joining the 1987 Philadelphia Flyers and the 1950 Detroit Red Wings.It's the fourth time the Rangers have forced a Game 7 after being down 3-1 in a best-of-7 series; they are 3-0 in each of the previous Game 7s, including against the Penguins in the second round in 2014."It's a good thing, but we have to start probably playing in the first period," Rangers forward Artemi Panarin said.That will be the Rangers' focus going into Game 7. That number includes Crosby and Rakell, but not forward Brian Boyle (seven Game 7s), who sustained an upper-body injury in Game 6 and didn't skate Saturday.Crosby and Penguins center Evgeni Malkin are both 5-2 in Game 7s.The Rangers have eight players with a combined 20 Game 7 appearances among the 20 they're projected to dress, led by forward Chris Kreider's six, all with the Rangers.

As said here by Dan Rosen