Trocheck strikes first in Game 4

Trocheck strikes first in Game 4

What a snipe! Trocheck is money this post-season!

Trevor Connors

Vincent Trocheck has broken the ice early in Game 4.

New York Rangers forward Trocheck opened the scoring against the Florida Panthers in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final this evening.

Trocheck's powerplay goal was the first man-advantage goal that the Rangers have scored since their previous round matchup against the Carolina Hurricanes.

Check out this absolute snipe from Trocheck in the center of the ice:

A goal so nice that we've got to see it twice!

Another view:

That's 1-0 Rangers in the always pivotal Game 4.

Read below for our earlier reports on this game, published as events occurred.

This just in, the New York Rangers have removed forward Filip Chytil from the lineup for Game 4 against the Florida Panthers this evening.

From Rangers insider Dan Rosen:

Filip has not played regularly since November and is coming off of a serious concussion, so it makes sense that the Rangers would look to limit his play. Veteran Blake Wheeler slots into the lineup in his place.

Source: Sportsnet