Rangers still upset about no-call on Dwight King’s third-period goal in Game 2

Upon further review, the Rangers still didn’t believe Dwight King’s third-period goal in Game 2 shouldn’t have counted because they said the Kings’ grinding forward should have been whistled for making contact with New York goaltender Henrik Lundqvist. King didn’t wish to talk about it, ducking a couple of questions.

“I know they came back from a two-goal deficit (Saturday) night, but their third goal, you can look at it any way you want (but) at the end of the day, that shouldn’t have been a goal in my opinion,” Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said Sunday.

“They got three chances in the third, if you count that one. Two of them went in. We were a little bit unlucky. We were playing real solid. Sometimes stuff like that happens. I believe it’s going to even out and I believe we’re going to win the next game.”

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