No one wants to win the Atlantic Division. We're convinced.
Oh and Ray Shero needs fired.
Rangers forward and former Penguin Erik Christensen saved the Rangers' playoff hopes and gave the Penguins' hopes for the Atlantic Division title a little life with some clutch play late. A behind the back pass through the legs of Devils defenseman Colin White set up a game-tying goal by the master of clutch scoring, Chris Drury (right), with 17 seconds left in regulation. And Christensen scored the only goal in the shootout on Martin Brodeur (above) to give the Rangers a 4-3 win.
The Devils earned a point and regained first place in the division with 91 points, just as many as the Penguins. The Devils have the tiedbreaker on account of having played one less game than the Penguins.
For the Rangers, they now have 75 points, three fewer than eighth-place Boston.
(Photo: Bill Kostroun/Associated Press)