NEW YORK – His skate hit a rut. Suddenly, Andrew Hammond was on his side in his crease, flailing to get into a position to save any New York Rangers’ power-play chance that might attempt to catch him in a vulnerable position.
Kevin Hayes collected the puck to Hammond’s right, and prepared to fire. Hammond twirled his body like he was on flattened cardboard next to a boom box.
Hammond thrust out his pads and, with his mask facing the back of the net, made the save with his right pad.
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