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Quick-strike ability of Vesey highlights Rangers win

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Jimmy Vesey made quick work of the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday. 

The New York Rangers forward scored two goals in a 29-second span in the first period to give the Rangers a 4-2 victory, their fifth straight.

Vesey became the second player this season to score two goals in a span of less than 30 seconds, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Colorado Avalanche forward Alexander Kerfoot did it in 21 seconds against the New York Islanders on Nov. 5. 

It was the fifth time since 2001-02 that a Rangers player scored two goals in 30 seconds or less and first since Jaromir Jagr did it in 26 seconds on Nov. 14, 2006, according to Elias. Jagr scored two goals in 15 seconds on Nov. 12, 2005. Eric Lindros did it twice; in 19 seconds on March 2, 2002 and in 26 seconds on Oct. 17. 2002.


Lightning lead Super 16 again

The Tampa Bay Lightning remained atop the Super 16 power rankings for the fourth week in a row.

The Lightning showed they belonged in first with a 5-1 win against the San Jose Sharks on Wednesday, which was highlighted by Vladislav Namestnikov's pretty goal, his first of two in the game.


Forsberg happy Duchene trade worked out

Hockey Hall of Famer and former Colorado Avalanche star forward Peter Forsberg comments on the trade from the Avalanche of Matt Duchene, a player he criticized last month for wanting to leave Avalanche.


Kariya, Selanne giggle through photo shoot

Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne, former teammates with the Anaheim Ducks and best of friends, could barely keep it together during a photo shoot ahead of their Hall of Fame induction Monday.


Greatest moments list down to eight

Voting for Round 4 of the Greatest NHL Moments Presented by Coors Light and Pepsi Zero Sugar opened Wednesday.

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