Game Two Postgame Chatter

“ I'm really, really disappointed right now that we didn't come up with the win. We gave ourselves a chance, but came up short. ”
- Henrik Lundqvist
“ I was trying to get the puck up the wall to Boyler, just got a little too under it. We really battled hard, wanted to come out and find a way to tie the series, but now we're down 2-0 and all we can do is focus on Game Three. ”
- Ryan McDonagh
“ Right now it feels pretty awful, but there isn't a lot of time to think about things here. We just have to move forward. We played really good, I though, but we didn't get the result we wanted. ”
- Anton Stralman

A stunned, angry, and disheartened air hung in the Rangers dressing room following their 1-0 overtime defeat in Game 2 against the Capitals Saturday afternoon at the Verizon Center. Many players spoke of moving quickly past this somewhat-devastating loss, as well as the need to start winning the special teams battles or else face the prospects of being bounced from the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

After the game BlueshirtsUnited.com caught up with goaltender Henrik Lundqvist---who was sensational Saturday with 37 saves, defenseman Ryan McDonagh---who explained his crucial penalty which set the stage for Washington's overtime winning goal, and defenseman Anton Stralman---who played a solid 23:35 with 4 hits and 3 blocked shots, to discuss their feelings about the game and where the Rangers are now in this series.

See what Lundqvist, McDonagh, and Stralman had to say Saturday, then share your comments below.