In the NY Times, Jeff Klein describes the play by play that led to the Rangers first goal last night:
Michael Del Zotto sent a laser pass from his own goal line to the center circle. Richards accepted it on his forehand while pivoting, his back to the Bruins’ zone, and without switching to his backhand ushered the puck ahead to the left wing, reducing its speed by half.
Somehow that redirected puck went perfectly to Nash, tearing down the left side. He crossed the puck perfectly to Gaborik, speeding down the right wing, who lifted it over the sprawling Rask. The Rangers had their first lead of the season.