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No lineup changes for Bruins or Rangers

Tuesday, 05.21.2013 / 7:13 PM

By Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer / Bruins-Rangers series blog

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No lineup changes for Bruins or Rangers

NEW YORK -- The New York Rangers will attempt to stay perfect at home in the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs on Tuesday night in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Boston Bruins.

The Bruins won the first two games at TD Garden to take a 2-0 series lead into Madison Square Garden, where the Rangers are 3-0 this postseason. Boston is 2-1 on the road.

Neither team is making any lineup changes.

Based on pregame warmups, Rangers defensemen Dan Girardi and Ryan McDonagh are back together as a pair after being separated for the first two games of the series.

Girardi was on the ice for all five goals against in Game 2 on Sunday.

Here are the lineups for both teams based on pregame warmups:

BOSTON BRUINS

Milan Lucic - David Krejci - Nathan Horton

Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - Jaromir Jagr

Rich Peverley - Chris Kelly - Tyler Seguin

Shawn Thornton - Gregory Campbell - Daniel Paille

Zdeno Chara - Dougie Hamilton

Matt Bartkowski - Johnny Boychuk

Torey Krug - Adam McQuaid

Tuukka Rask

Anton Khudobin

Injured: Dennis Seidenberg (undisclosed), Andrew Ference (lower body)

Scratched: Wade Redden, Kaspars Daugavins, Jay Pandolfo, Carl Soderberg, Aaron Johnson

NEW YORK RANGERS

Carl Hagelin - Derek Stepan - Ryan Callahan

Mats Zuccarello - Derick Brassard - Rick Nash

Taylor Pyatt - Brian Boyle - Derek Dorsett

Chris Kreider - Brad Richards - Arron Asham

Ryan McDonagh - Dan Girardi

Michael Del Zotto - Anton Stralman

John Moore - Steve Eminger

Henrik Lundqvist

Martin Biron

Injured: Marc Staal (eye), Darroll Powe (undisclosed), Ryane Clowe (undisclosed)

Scratched: Micheal Haley, Kris Newbury, Matt Gilroy, Roman Hamrlik

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I don't think it's really truly going to sink in until we drop the puck, to be honest. I know there's going to be a lot of smoke and mirrors with the media attention and all that. We came [Monday] and it was sort of a light day to get things organized. We just want to focus in on the business aspect, the game itself. That's what we're preparing to do. Get these next couple of days out of the way and it's game on.

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