Hank: "Nothing I Hate More"

“ I just lost the puck and it went in, a lucky bounce for them. There's nothing I hate more than losing in a shootout. ”
- Henrik Lundqvist
“ I think you have to be happy with the point, but at the same time you're not settled or satisfied with that. I thought we were all over them in the third, but we get in penalty trouble and then it's 2-2. It's how it goes. ”
- Ryan Callahan
“ We generated scoring chances, but it's just too bad we couldn't put more pucks into the net. We also got some unfortunate bounces there, but that's the way it's been going for us. ”
- Marian Gaborik

It was an emotional, frustrated Henrik Lundqvist who tore off his equipment before calming down to speak with reporters following the Rangers 3-2 shootout loss to the Ottawa Senators Thursday night at Scotiabank Place. Lundqvist was most riled by Ottawa's game-winning shot in the seventh round of the shootout---"a lucky bounce" as he termed it---which ended what was otherwsie a very string game for the Rangers No. 1 goaltender.

See what Lundqvist---who made 35 saves, team captain Ryan Callahan---who scored his fourth goal and also scored in the shootout, and Marian Gaborik---who led the Rangers with seven shots on goal while playing more than 25 minutes, had to say following the defeat, then share your comments below.