Rangers Push the Penguins to Game 7 in New York With a 5-3 Win

Linemates Chris Kreider and Mika Zibanejad each scored two goals to extend the series and guarantee New York its first Game 7 since 2015.

PITTSBURGH — Sitting on the bench after he had hit the crossbar with a shot on a breakaway, Mika Zibanejad asked to see a video replay so he could assess whether he made the right move against the goalie.

When Chris Kreider saw what his teammate was looking at, he snatched the iPad out of his hands and flung it to the floor beside the bench. No need to second-guess anything. Zibanejad had already scored two goals to get the Rangers out of a desperate situation. The

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