Toronto Maple Leafs defeat New York Rangers, 3-2

TORONTO - This time, it never should have come down to Henrik Lundqvist.

But when it did, and the Rangers' goaltender sprang a stunning leak, the rest was just watching the Rangers sink.

Holding a two-goal lead after 20 minutes, the Rangers surrendered three unanswered scores, including Tomas Kaberle's impossible goal that tied the game with 3:35 to play, followed shortly thereafter by Nikolai Kulemin's game-winner 39 seconds into overtime that handed the Rangers a crus...

One by one, the Rangers trudged back to the visitors' dressing room at Air Canada Centre, some chucking their sticks, all carrying gloomy looks. Then, one after another, they limped out of the rink, first Brian Boyle on the boot that protects his left foot, then Ryan Callahan in a brace so large it stretches the left leg of his suit pants, and finally Sean Avery, the latest to go down.

Approached by a reporter as he walked down a corridor, Avery shook his head before a ...