The Rangers Drop Game Four To The Lightning: Strome Set To Suit Up For Game 5
The New York Rangers had a night to forget last night, dropping Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals 4-1 to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Ryan Strome, the Rangers' second-line center who has been a key part of this postseason run, was a last-second scratch and was unable to play in last night's game.
“He’s day-to-day,” head coach Gerard Gallant said of Strome following the Rangers’ 4-1 loss. “Hopefully he’s ready to go [for Game 5] Thursday night.”
The series is now tied up at two games a piece, and the two will duke it out in Game 5 which starts up tomorrow, June 9th, at 8 PM EST. If you think the Rangers have what it takes to go back ahead in the series, you can bet on them while using any of these New Jersey Online Casinos.
The Rangers also had to play a majority of their game last night without center Filip Chytil, who was sidelined due to a hard hit from Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman. Chytil suffered an upper-body injury, but should be fine to play in game 5.
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