Rangers fans rally at MSG, hoping for first at-home win of Stanley Cup Finals

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NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Rangers hope to avoid a three-games-to-none deficit as they host the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup finals.

The Kings trailed 2-0 in each of the first two games before winning both in overtime.

Kings forward Anze Kopitar leads all NHL playoff scorers with 20 assists and 25 points, while teammates Jeff Carter and Justin Williams are tied for second with 23 points.

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