#1 – Kevin Hayes Scores Game-Tying Goal in Game 7 Vs the Washington Capitals
In a game where hearts were beating five times as fast, it really was a nerve wracking time to be a New York Rangers fan. And once again, this definitely wasn’t a pretty goal. But this goal in particular, had possibly one of the biggest impacts on the Rangers’ postseason.
The goal came on a Rangers power play that came from a Mike Green penalty. J.T. Miller was then able to pass the puck to Hayes on his stick, who then poked home the goal past Washington Capitals goalie, Braden Holtby, and tied the game for the Rangers at 1-1.
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