Bobrovsky, Shesterkin matching each other save-for-save in Panthers-Rangers series for East title

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SUNRISE, Fla. — The Eastern Conference Finals have been a goaltender duel. Nobody should have expected otherwise. Seems fitting that the Florida Panthers and New York Rangers are knotted at one game apiece heading into Game 3 on Sunday afternoon, given that a pair of Russian netminders and past Vezina Trophy winners have basically matched each other save-for-save, stat-for-stat. Florida's Sergei Bobrovsky has allowed the Rangers to score two goals. New York's Igor Shesterkin has allowed the Panthers to score two goals, not counting an own goal deflected in by a teammate and an empty-netter that New York yielded in Game 1.


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