Marion Gaborik needed some hand-eye coordination to beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 in overtime on Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. It was Gaborik's third goal of the game and hats flew from the stands onto the ice as the blue shirts celebrated their first win of the season.
Gaborik was held scoreless in the Rangers first two games -- both losses.
It was a terrific game at the Garden with the Rangers jumping out to a 2-0 lead before the Bruins tied the game. A Taylor Pyatt goal in the second period gave the Rangers a one-goal lead but Nathan Horton tied it for the Bruins with less than five minutes remaining in regulation.