“When I get out there, I have to try to make a difference,” Christensen said. “If you make a difference, he’s gonna put you back out there. That’s how I’m gonna get more ice time. … I wish it was different, but it’s just not right now. I’m trying to change it, and sometimes I don’t know how to change it. It’s not the role I want or think I can do, but a lot of it falls on my shoulders. It’s coming, and making sure I’m competing hard, and when I have a chance to use my skill, that I use it.”Christensen to Jesse Spector of the Daily News
... We will see how the lines shake out with Wojtek Wolski out of the lineup, but it would certainly be big if Christensen could get going. Even if the streaky but productive Erik Christensen came. The Rangers need to take every game on it's own and do what they can to win each game without real regard for the next. So if Erik Christensen helps them win tonight but is invisible tomorrow, at least he helped them win tonight.