Game Seven Postgame Chatter

“ I feel great. It was a great series. We didn't start the way we wanted to, but we believed we could do it. It was fun! ”
- Henrik Lundqvist
“ The guys laid it on the line tonight and Hank made some huge saves for us. It was a big Game Seven win for us. I'm just real happy right now..(my goal) got us going and took the crowd out of it, and the guys really came to play. ”
- Arron Asham
“ Anything is possible with Henrik back there. He stands tall, he competes so hard, and it's great to see guys willing to block shots. And he really respects that and honors that, and recognizes that. For everybody it's a good feeling here, but we want to continue to roll with it. ”
- Ryan McDonagh

It turned out to be a historic night for the Rangers Monday evening in Washington, as they won a Game Seven on the road for the first time in franchise history, skating to an impressive 5-0 victory over the Capitals and staring down playoff elimination for the second time in as many days.

Following the game BlueshirtsUnited.com caught up with Henrik Lundqvist---who finished the series with 120 minutes of shutout hockey, making 35 saves on Monday night, Arron Asham---who opened the scoring with his second goal of the series at 13:19 of the first period on Monday, and Ryan McDonagh---a warrior in shutting down Alex Ovechkin and company in Game Seven after being blasted and cut by an Ovehckin hit in the first period, to discuss the gritty Game Seven win.

See what Lundqvist, Asham, and McDonagh had to say Monday night, then share your comments below.