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Rangers 1, Ottawa Senators 5
On the final night of the regular season, the Rangers learned which team they will face in their first playoff game since 1997. A 5-1 home loss to Ottawa on Tuesday night, coupled with victories by Philadelphia and New Jersey, knocked the Rangers out of the division lead and into sixth place in the Eastern Conference. As a result, they will open the playoffs Friday at New Jersey.
THREE STARS OF THE GAME 1. D. ALFREDSSON - OTT 2. R. EMERY - OTT 3. D. HEATLEY - OTT
NOTES * Jaromir Jagr had one assist to finish the season with 123 points � a Rangers record. Jagr missed winning the NHL scoring title by two points, as San Jose's Joe Thornton had 125. Jagr was also two goals shy of the goal-scoring lead as the runner-up to the Sharks' Jonathan Cheechoo.
* Martin Straka scored the Rangers lone goal to finish the season with 22 goals and 76 points � his best offensive numbers since 2000-01.
* Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist made 27 saves in his first start since suffering a hip flexor injury at Ottawa on March 30.
* The Rangers' Darius Kasparaitis returned to the lineup after missing 12 of the previous 13 with a groin injury.