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Rangers' rare rally a bonus for Lundqvist

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New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist took sole possession of ninth place on the NHL's win list on Monday with a 6-4 victory against the Vegas Golden Knights.

Lundqvist, who made 30 saves, earned his 408th win to pass Glenn Hall, but it took a rare third-period rally from the Rangers to make it happen.

The Rangers, who trailed 4-2 after two periods, won a game in which they trailed by at least two goals entering the third period for the first time since a 5-4 win against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Jan. 7, 2017.

The Rangers are the eighth team this season (in 180 games) to win a game in which they trailed by multiple goals in the third period. They are the second to win such a game in regulation; the Nashville Predators rallied to defeat the Philadelphia Flyers, 6-5, on Oct. 10, in a game in which they trailed 5-3 with 6:48 left in the third period.

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Wild, wild West

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A winning name

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