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(SportsNetwork.com) - A pair of Metropolitan Division rivals square off for the final time this regular season on Sunday afternoon when the New York Rangers visit the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Rangers are 2-0-1 versus the Penguins this season, picking up a pair of wins at home around a shootout loss in Pittsburgh. That setback on Nov. 15 marked New Yorks sixth loss in its past seven trips to the Steel City. New York is looking to get back on track as it ended a two-game slide with Fridays 2-1 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets. The Rangers had won 13 of 14 before taking consecutive shutout defeats to the New York Islanders and Boston Bruins. Marc Staal and Chris Kreider scored in the second period on Friday to break New Yorks scoring drought, with Derek Stepan assisting on both goals. Stepan had sat out the previous contest with an upper-body injury. Henrik Lundqvist did his part with 35 saves as New York answered after losing consecutive games for the first time since Dec. 1 and 6. You could see when we scored that first goal we relaxed a bit, Lundqvist said. We started playing a lot better. We had more speed in our game. Owners of a wild card spot in the Eastern Conference, the Rangers are four points back of the second-place Penguins in the division. Pittsburgh is three points behind the front-running New York Islanders and coming off a 6-3 setback to the first-place club. The Penguins led 3-2 going into the third period thanks to a pair of goals by Sidney Crosby, who also assisted on David Perrons fourth goal in five games since being acquired from Edmonton. However, the Islanders netted four goals in the third period. We just didnt raise our level enough in the third period, Crosby said. At the start of it, we did. But as the period went on, we didnt make smart plays. We hurt ourselves with some of the decisions we made. Theyre a good team. You give them chances like that and theyre going to put them in. Kris Letang had a pair of assists and Marc-Andre Fleury yielded five goals on 34 shots as the Pens had a two-game win streak snapped. Fleury is 27-15-9 with a 2.74 goals against average, .909 save percentage and four shutouts in 52 career meetings with the Rangers, all but one of those starts. Lundqvist has faced the Pens 54 times, going 27-19-8 with a 2.41 GAA and .916 save percentage while shutting them out three times. Ron Jaworski Jersey . Coaches are now allowed to challenge both called and potential defensive pass interference fouls under certain conditions. Seth Joyner Jersey . After falling 5-0 on home ice in a game that could have tied them for second in the wild card standings, Washington head coach Adam Oates had some strong words for Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin. http://www.theeaglesshoponline.com/Youth...les-Jersey/.com) - Jenny Boucek is the new head coach of the Seattle Storm. Andre Dillard Youth Jersey . As Valanciunas was whistled for a rare technical toward the end of the third quarter - a result of waving his hand at an official after being called for a foul - Lowry pulled the Raptors sophomore aside, corralling him by his jersey and patting him on the back. Harold Carmichael Eagles Jersey .ca! Hi Kerry, Im sure youve received many emails wondering what your take is on the Spezza goal that looked like Neil blatantly kicked it in while standing directly in the middle of the crease where, you know, usually a goalie is to make a save but couldnt be due to Neil being there! Thanks! Jon - Westfield, MA Jon: Lets first ask Henrik Lundqvist what he thought of the scoring of the Sens second goal with .Cedar Falls, IA (SportsNetwork.com) - The longest winning streak in FCS history ended in much the same way it was built by North Dakota State. Through dominating defense and a team pulling away in the second half. It was just odd to see another team have the winning formula, but on Saturday 19th-ranked Northern Iowa did as they handled the top-ranked Bison, 23-3, to stop their 33-game winning streak inside the UNI-Dome in Cedar Falls, Iowa. North Dakota State (9-1, 5-1 Missouri Valley) had not lost since falling to Indiana State, 17-14, on Oct. 13, 2012. UNI (6-4, 4-2) also ended the Bisons record Missouri Valley winning streak at 18 games and handed them their first loss away from home since the 2010 FCS playoffs (a span of 22 straight wins). UNI outgained North Dakota State 306 yards to 175, scored 10 points off turnovers, and held the Bison to eight first downs and only an Adam Keller field goal late in the second quarter. Running back David Johnnson rushed for 133 yards and had 210 all-purpose yards, quarterback Brion Carnes and running back Darrian Miller both rushed for touchdowns, and Michael Schmadeke was 3-for-3 on field goals.dddddddddddd The Bison were still in striking range before Schmadekes 36-yard field goal on the first play of the fourth quarter extended UNIs lead to 13-3. He kicked a 42-yarder at the 9:25 mark to make it 16-3. Then after a three-and-out series by the Bison, Miller broke off a 30-yard TD run to put the win away. North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz was held to 132 passing yards with an interception and three-time 1,000-yard running back John Crockett struggled to 41 yards on 17 carries. The loss also was the first for first-year Bison coach Chris Klieman. His team fell into a first-place tie with Illinois State (8-1, 5-1), one game ahead of both UNI and Youngstown State (7-3, 4-2), with two weeks remaining in the Missouri Valley season. ' ' '