Game 6 Chatter

“ You try and carry the momentum over (from Game 5), but at the same time they're trying to neutralize it. They're coming out hard and playing hard. It's hard to carry momentum over from game to game and keep that rolling. ”
- Ryan Callahan
“ They did a good job tonight. They came out hard, got a power play early, and then capitalized. It's tough when we give them a power play goal that early and then they get momentum. That's how it started off for us. ”
- Ryan Callahan
“ Every time out we want to win a game, and it didn't happen tonight. Now we have one more game in our building. We'll need a big start. We need that one. ”
- Dan Girardi
“ Tonight they played well. They defended well, didn't give us much. And they capitalized when they had their opportunity on the power play early. That's kind of what happened. ”
- Brian Boyle

In a frustrated Rangers locker room following their 2-1 loss to the Capitals in Game 6 Wednesday night at the Verizon Center, BlueshirtsUnited.com caught up with team captain Ryan Callahan---who tied for the team lead with four shots and was credited with four hits in 22:59 of ice time, defenseman Dan Girardi---who assisted on Marian Gaborik's goal and played a team-high 27:45, and Brian Boyle---who was credited with four hits, to assess the defeat and look ahead to a decisive Game 7 Saturday at The Garden.

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