A furious comeback from an early three-goal deficit came up short as the Rangers fell, 4-2, to the Maple Leafs at the Garden on Monday night. The Rangers closed a 3-0 game to a 3-2 deficit and then had a power play late in the third, but Jonas Gustavsson and an empty-netter ended their chances at a win. The loss snapped their five-game losing streak, but they still have the fewest losses in 60 minutes of any team in the NHL. Both times they have lost in regulation at home this season, they have done it against the Maple Leafs. Artem Anisimov and Marian Gaborik had goals in a 1:32 span in the second period to account for the Rangers' scoring.
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