Game 5 Chatter

“ (The fans) supported us all night. Twenty seconds left, they're standing up chanting "Let's Go Rangers!". That fuels you. To be able to get that one for them and hear The Garden explode--I haven't heard it that loud since I've been here. ”
- Ryan Callahan
“ It was a great feeling to tie it, then come in here and regroup and know we have a fresh sheet of ice and a power play, and a chance. We had a lot of energy and the crowd was in it again. ”
- Brad Richards
“ The group of guys on the ice there at the end believed, and even though we had some chippy moments (on the power play) earlier, we were confident in that group of guys at the end of the game. And they came up huge. ”
- Marc Staal
“ (Both goals) were really exciting, for sure. The one to win it in overtime is a relief---you feel relief in your body when that puck went in and the game's over and we won. It was awesome. ”
- John Mitchell

Still pulsing from their dramatic come-from-behind 3-2 overtime victory in Game 5 at The Garden on Monday night, the Rangers tried to explain what had taken place in the final seconds of regulation and the opening minutes of overtime. BlueshirtsUnited.com caught up with team captain Ryan Callahan---who assisted on the tying goal in the final seconds, Brad Richards---who tied the game with just 6.6 seconds left to play, Marc Staal---who recorded two points and scored the game-winner in overtime, and John Mitchell---who won the face-off on Staal's goal to collect the lone assist on the game-winning play, to get their views on the thrilling win.

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