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Carl Hagelin picked up a goal and an assist to help the Rangers record a 3-2 overtime victory over the Montreal Canadiens in the Eastern Conference Final series in New York Sunday night.

Martin St. Louis scored his sixth goal of the playoffs, beating Habs goalie Dustin Tokarski at 6:02 of the first overtime period to cement the Rangers' triumph. The Rangers now have a 3-1 lead in the best-of-seven series and are a win away from a berth in the Stanley Cup championship series. Hagelin notched his assist on St. Louis' dramatic goal. Hagelin also opened the scoring with a shorthanded goal at 7:18 of the first period. Hagelin's goal was his sixth of the post-season. He has 10 playoff points. The Rangers' other goal was scored on a breakaway slap shot by Derick Brassard, his fifth of the playoffs. Brassard missed and 3 of this series with an upper-body injury.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 6 Months

Carl Hagelin netted a goal for the Rangers, but it wasn't enough as they dropped a 3-2 overtime decision to Montreal on Thursday night.

The Rangers were certainly the better team on this night, but lost the all-important goaltending battle and saw their series lead cut in half as a result. In addition to Hagelin's first period marker, the Blueshirts also received a tally from Chris Kreider late in the third period to send the contest to extra time.

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Carl Hagelin scored the game winner Sunday in the Rangers 3-1 win over Pittsburgh.

It was Hagelin's fourth goal of the playoffs and he now has seven points in 13 games for the Blueshirts. Hagelin had 17 goals and 33 points in 72 regular season games in 2013-14. He is a marginal fantasy forward in deep pools but is valuable in playoffs pools as the Rangers are on the verge of making a deep playoff run.

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Carl Hagelin missed practice Thursday for maintenance.

Coach Alain Vigneault said that Hagelin will play in Game 5 on Friday night. He has three goals and three assists in 11 postseason contests. The Rangers will need all hands on deck if they want to avoid elimination.

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Carl Hagelin scored a goal in the Rangers' 4-2 loss to the Penguins in Game 4 on Wednesday night.

The tired Rangers were outmatched by the first place Penguins for the third consecutive game. Playing their sixth game in nine nights, the Rangers had 25 turnovers, allowed a shorthanded goal and simply could not contain the Pens' top line of Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin and Chris Kunitz.

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Carl Hagelin lit the lamp for the second time of the post-season during the Rangers' 5-2 loss to Philadelphia on Tuesday night in Game 6 of their first round series.

Hagelin has two goals and two assists through the first six games of the series, which is tied 3-3 and will come to a conclusion Wednesday night in New York. The Rangers once again outshot the Flyers, firing 36 shots at Steve Mason, but were shut out for the first 50 minutes and could not recover.

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Carl Hagelin knows it won't be easy to close out the Flyers in Game 6 on Tuesday night.

"It's a do-or-die for them, but we should have that mind-set, too," said Hagelin. He has a goal and two assists in five games versus Philadelphia.

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Some probably believe that Carl Hagelin's non-goal should have counted, but the New York Rangers lost to the San Jose Sharks 1-0 on Sunday nonetheless.

Hagelin was just coming off the first hat trick of his career, so it would have been a nice reward for a hardworking player. He's a player whose two-way game doesn't translate as clearly to fantasy, as he has 28 points, 36 PIM and 114 SOG in 59 games played this season.

Carl Hagelin LW NYR 8 Months

Carl Hagelin lit the lamp three times during the Rangers' win over Winnipeg on Friday night, scoring the opening, game-winning and insurance goals in New York's 4-2 victory.

Hagelin now has 16 goals and 28 points through 58 games this season. The 25 year old snapped a three game pointless drought and finished +2 on the evening.

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Carl Hagelin was upset after he took a high hit from Slovenia's Sabahudin Kovacevic in Wednesday's quarterfinal match.

"The puck was behind me and he elbowed me in the head," he said. "I'm fine. Woke me up, hopefully." Kovacevic was suspended for one game in the Olympics because of a hit to the head to Slovakia's Tomas Kopecky. Hagelin stayed in the game and scored two third-period goals in Sweden's 5-0 victory.