Game 2 Chatter

“ It is easy to get frustrated (against Washington), but we just have to make sure we don't. I think that's what we have done to teams this year, frustrate them with the way we play. So that's what they are waiting for and what they want, but we have stayed consistent with our game. ”
- Ryan Callahan
“ That's the playoffs. A couple mistakes like that will hurt ya', and then we were unable to get the lead. We battled hard to tie it up, but just couldn't get that lead. ”
- Marc Staal
“ You have to look at what we did good and right, and correct a few things. There were a lot of good things, especially in their end where we worked hard. At the end of the game they got a couple opportunities on their power play, and I lost sight of (Alex Ovechkin's shot), which is never good. ”
- Henrik Lundqvist

The frustration of Monday's 3-2 loss to the Washington Capitals in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference Semifinal series was still fresh when the Rangers opened up their dressing room to reporters after the game.

BlueshirtsUnited.com caught up with team captain Ryan Callahan---who scored a goal and delivered a game-high 8 hits in 22:25 worth of ice-time, Marc Staal---who played more than 25 minutes, and Henrik Lundqvist---who stopped 22 of 25 Caps shots to discuss the Game 2 defeat.

See what the Blueshirts had to say, then comment below.