Sunday Postgame Chatter

“ It's always nice when the fourth line chips in a goal, and it seemed like we helped get the wheels back on the track ”
- Arron Asham
“ It was a tough start, but we came back, and that was big. We had enough chances to win the game, but two-for-four on the shootout---I have to be better. ”
- Henrik Lundqvist
“ It was tough down there 2-0. The building was quiet. and rightfully so. It wasn't the start we wanted, but we got a big goal and drew some penalties and got it back. And that's a big bounce-back because it could have gotten ugly. ”
- Brad Richards

The Rangers erased an early 2-0 deficit and rebounded to earn a point in the standings despite their 3-2 shootout loss to the Washington Capitals Sunday night at The Garden. Depending on one's point of view, it was either a good point or not enough.

However after the game Arron Asham---who scored the Blueshirts first goal in his return to the lineup after a 15-game injury absence, Henrik Lundqvist--who made 22 saves and stooped 2 of 4 shooters in the shootout, and Brad Richards---who assisted on Derek Stepan's tying goal, discussed the role of the fourth line in the comeback, as well as the bounce back from a 2-0 hole.

See what Asham, Lundqvist, and Richards had to say, then share your comments below.