Other punctuality and gaffe scoring allowed the New York Rangers to win 5-3 against

the Penguins last night and force a seventh game tomorrow night at Madison Square Garden.

After Pens took a 2-0 lead in the first half, Rangers hit three in a row in the second. The first two came from Micah Zibanejad.

The first was a power play as Evan Rodrigues was caught retaliating against Ryan Lingren defending the Rangers.

Zibanejad's second goal came in less than two minutes. Kris Kreider gave the Rangers a 3-2 lead over time,

but Evgeni Malkin tied it three times each to end the second half.

In the third period, Kreider scored in late play to win the game, and Andrew Copp scored the penalty in less than a minute.

Pens Head Coach Mike Sullivan said the momentum had just returned to normal during the game,

but he was unhappy with the performance of Pens special teams.