The Rangers enter tonight's game against the Bruins looking for their fifth straight win and to get up .500 for the first time this season.
Mika Zibanejad said on Monday that the Rangers level of confidence is "high" and that the Rangers have a feeling in the locker room that even if they are losing heading into a third period they believe they will "come back." (NYR Game Notes)
Henrik Lundqvist said Monday that the Rangers are showing a lot of determination to be able to come back in games. (NYR Game Notes)
Kevin Shattenkirk said that the Rangers ability to battle back in the third period against Columbus was "huge" for their mindset moving forward. (NYR Game Notes)
Marc Staal said that at the start of the year the Rangers were making plays to lose games but that lately the Rangers have been finding ways to win games. (NY Post)
He added "even when we were losing, we were in games, right there to go after a win - and we didn't have the confidence to do that. Now, we're starting to feel a little better in those situations and make the play to grab a win." (NY Post)
Alain Vigneault said that in the third period on Monday "our guys have continued to do what they have been doing since day 1, they keep on playing and there is no doubt that the difference in the third period was our PP. PP came up, made some big plays right off the bat and we were able to get the lead and keep the lead." (MSG)
Adam Rotter: This team should be confident right now. Finding ways to win was the first step for the Rangers to get their season back on track and if they can now just win by scoring early, playing with structure and defend/protect leads, they will feel even better about their game.