Game Five Postgame Chatter

“ The difference between winning and losing is so small, but in the end you look at the result, and we didn't have a good one. ”
- Henrik Lundqvist
“ That's the start we wanted. We came out like we wanted to, knew they would respond--and they did in the second (period). And then it's a tough one to lose in overtime. We were one bounce away from going home with a chance to close it out. ”
- Ryan Callahan
“ Any time you can't help the team win it's definitely not the best thing and there is some frustration. But then you have to find other ways to help. Right now I have to work out of this slump. ”
- Rick Nash

Another playoff game in Washington, another bitter defeat for the Rangers, who have lost ten of their last 11 post-season contests played at the Verizon Center and are 0-3 this spring after Friday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Capitals in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.

Following the game, BlueshirtsUnited.com caught up with goaltender Henrik Lundqvist---stout with 33 saves in defeat, team captain Ryan Callahan---who was credited with six hits in 26:28, and Rick Nash---who registered a pair of shots in overtime and played 20:05 Sunday, to discuss the loss and facing playoff elimination Sunday at Madison Square Garden.

See what Lundqvist, Callahan, and Nash had to say, then share your comments below.