David Quinn says that the Rangers are going to be a team that pressures the puck, possess the puck and combine all of that with "good, structural defense." (NHL.com)
Quinn said that the Rangers want to have "five-man gaps" all over the ice, want to be on top of people and make it "uncomfortable" for the other team. (NHL.com)
He added that in order to play the way that the Rangers want to play they will need to be in "world-class shape."(NHL.com)
Quinn added "I just know that we're going to do everything we can to put our team in the best position to be in world-class shape."(NHL.com)
He told Rick Carpiniello of The Athletic that being in "world-class shape" is one of the characteristics the Rangers need to have, along with being mentally tough, resilient and able to manage the highs and lows.
Quinn told Carpiniello that the Rangers want to be a tough team to play against, noting that when the game ends he wants the other team to go 'Ooof, we don't want to play them again.'" (The Athletic)
For more on how Quinn wants the Rangers to play, click HERE.