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Shesterkin 'key' to getting Rangers back in series with Game 3 win
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Igor Shesterkin
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Shesterkin was good in those games, allowing three goals on 47 shots total, but the Rangers scored once and lost both.They doubled their offense within the first 25:55 of Game 3, getting a power-play goal from Mika Zibanejad to make it 1-0 at 11:54 of the first period and a goal from Chris Kreider to go up 2-0 at 5:55 of the second.But Shesterkin was the difference because he under siege from the start of the game."The first half of the game we were too loose, we gave them too many chances to score," Gallant said.Shesterkin faced 17 shots in the first period and stopped them all, none more stylishly than when he darted out of his net for a pokecheck on Hurricanes forward Jesperi Kotkaniemi as he was coming in alone on the goalie.The puck ended up under Shesterkin and frozen at 13:04. "Had to fix the mistake that I made."Shesterkin responded in a way that would be expected from the goalie who is a finalist for both the Hart Trophy, given to the NHL's most valuable player in the regular season, and the Vezina Trophy, which goes to the League's best goalie.He stopped Andrei Svechnikov on a wraparound with a right toe save at the left post at 10:20 and then came back across from his left to right to stop Vincent Trocheck's one-timer six seconds later.He followed the puck well and gloved Teuvo Teravainen's deflection of Tony DeAngelo's wrist shot from the point at 11:37."When you miss a goal you get a little disappointed for a second, you say a few mean words and you forget about it," Shesterkin said.Carolina started the third period with 94 seconds left on a power play that carried over from the second.

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