Game Three Chatter

“ I think we have a lot of character in our room where we don't let losses get to us and we make sure we try and come back and respond. It's been like that all year and it's continued in the playoffs, and, of course, (today). ”
- Ryan Callahan
“ All-world level. That's (Henrik Lundqvist). He's been the backbone of our team for a long time now. When he's making those huge saves we just feed off of his saves and try and turn it into offense the other way. ”
- Dan Girardi
“ (Henrik Lundqvist) comes to the game so prepared and he wants to win more than anybody. It was his play that got us through the tough minutes (today) and we knew we had to pick it up for him. He was just in that zone. You felt he was unbeatable. ”
- Ryan McDonagh
“ We just had to wake up. For some reason we thought we were OK with Hank making big saves and it's 0-0, but it was enough is enough. We needed more urgency to our game. (Torts) wanted to stop the bleeding there (with timeout). ”
- Brad Richards

There's no question that Henrik Lundqvist was the main topic of conversation following the Rangers 3-0 win over the Devils in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Saturday afternoon. But a timely timeout call early in the second period by John Tortorella also was worth post-game conversation, as was the Rangers resiliency in vouncing back from another tough defeat in Game 2 on Wednesday night.

After the game Saturday caught up with Dan Girardi---who scored the game-winning goal and logged 27:23 worth of ice-time, and Ryan McDonagh---who earned an assist and skated a game-high 28:01, to discuss Lundqvist's performance. Ryan Callahan---who had a goal and an assist---chipped in to discuss the club's resiliency, and Brad Richards---who assisted in Girardi's goal, shared his thought's on Tortorella's timeout call.

See what these Rangers had to say, then comment below.