Game Two Postgame Chatter

“ I think playing Boston is about paying attention to details. We have to be sharper. We have to be better against them. ”
- Henrik Lundqvist
“ That's the game, jumping on other team's mistakes. I t seemed like a few times when we made a mistake it ended up in the back of our net, and when they (made a mistake) we couldn't finish. We have to be abit better offensively. ”
- Rick Nash
“ It's still a series. We have to win one game at home and then we're back in it here. We've been here before (down 2-0 in series), so now we just have to take care of business at home. ”
- Ryan Callahan

What was a close game through two periods of play---the two best periods the Rangers played so far in the post-season, according to Rangers captain Ryan Callahan---dissipated into a 5-2 defeat in Game Two of the Eastern Conference Semifinals Sunday afternoon in Boston. As a result the Rangers now trail the Bruins 2-0 in this best-of-seven series.

After the game Callahan---who scored on a first period breakaway, goaltender Henrik Lundqvist---who allowed five goals in a playoff game for the first time since April 26, 2009 against Washington at Madison Square Garden, and Rick Nash---who scored his first goal of the playoffs, discussed the game and where the Rangers are in the series with BlueshirtsUNited.com.

See what Callahan, Lundqvist, and Nash had to say, then comment below.