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Green ties it up, 2-2 end of two in Game 3

May 6, 2013
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The Capitals picked up an early goal in the first period from Nicklas Backstrom, but the Rangers tied the game on a power play marker from Brian Boyle. With the teams tied at 1-1 to begin the second period of Game 3, Derick Brassard would give New York a 2-1 lead at the 1:23 mark of the second, but Mike Green would get it back before intermission. Green's second goal in as many games came from the right circle at the 17:19 mark. Listen to the goal below. Washington and New York, heading to the third period in Game 3, all tied at 2-2.