Bruins’ Tyler Seguin takes the credit and the blame

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NEW YORK — At 8:06 of the third period, Tyler Seguin finally scored his first goal of the playoffs. Less than two minutes later, Seguin was in the penalty box when the Rangers scored the game-tying goal.

Peak, meet valley.

The goal came two seconds after the Rangers had killed off a goalie interference penalty on Ryan McDonagh. Seguin and Dougie Hamilton played give-and-go. Hamilton sent a cross-crease return pass to Seguin.

“He does that a lot,” Seguin said of Hamilton’s clever feed. “You look at some of the goals we’ve scored over this year, even with [David Krejci] or with other guys, he’s good at making that play. You’ve just got to be ready.”

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