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John Tortorella was so annoyed about his NY Ranger's performance in a blowout loss Friday in his homecoming in Tampa that he talked about how badly the Rangers played "from the goaltender on out."
All-Star goalie Henrik Lundqvist was pulled early from that game and then didn't start the following night in another rout, 8-3 at Pittsburgh.
Don't read anything into that, said Tortorella, whose goalie situation is far from his biggest worry after the Rangers were thoroughly outplayed and outscored by a combined 13-4 in the final two games of their three-city road trip.
"It gives Hank a chance to play Pittsburgh at home (on Monday)," Tortorella said of starting backup Steve Valiquette against the Penguins. "I think the front end of back-to-back (games) -- especially with some of the travel we've had here -- we wanted Hank against Tampa.
"Obviously, it didn't prove effective. But we had decided that all the way through: Valiquette was going to play this game (Saturday). (The game in Tampa) had nothing to do with it."
Still, Lundqvist appeared at least mildly annoyed that he was yanked Friday in Tampa after allowing four goals on 22 shots before Valiquette replaced him in the second period. Lundqvist also had lost five straight and 11 of 12 at the Igloo.
"Valley came out, I was expecting to keep on playing," Lundqvist said. "But they made a call. That's it."
PENGUINS 8, RANGERS 3: They've hit rock bottom, or at least the Rangers hope that's the case. Sidney Crosby recorded a hat trick amid his second career five-point game, and the Blueshirts were clobbered for the second consecutive night to fall to 6-11-1 following a 7-1 start. Defenseman Michal Rozsival's goal actually drew the Rangers within one in the first minute of the third period, but the Pens erupted for four more goals thereafter against backup goalie Steve Valiquette, who was left in for all eight goals, bulging his goals-against average by more than a full goal, from 2.69 to 3.74.
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