Derek Stepan said that he hasn't played "even close" to his best hockey yet and that each player on the Rangers needs to focus on their individual games.
He added, "I think as a whole, our group of forwards believes that we've left a lot of plays out there."
Stepan said, again, that the Rangers need to find the right balance of being a speed team and playing physical, saying that Vigneault says that the Rangers have to put their speed "on display." (NY Post)
Ryan McDonagh said that the Rangers can't afford to play two "subpar" games in a row and that the players are confident they will play "the right way" tonight. (NYR)
He added that the Rangers will be playing for "one another" and making sure that all of the players are bringing the "right level of intensity and execution to their game." (NYR)
Montreal's Andrew Shaw said that Montreal hasn't seen the best from the Rangers yet but also added that the Habs haven't had to rely on Carey Price yet. (TSN)
Henrik Lundqvist said yesterday that the Rangers need to leave everything on the ice for Game 4.
Adam Rotter: This team has responded after poor performances all year and we will see if they can carry that over for tonight's game. There are so many different areas where the Rangers can/should/need to be better than they were on Sunday and if they are and can find a way to put a couple of pucks past Carey Price, they should win. Of course there is always the situation where the Rangers dominate, are the better team by miles but still lose and go down 3-1 because Carey Price ultimately shuts them down. I think that if the Rangers can score first and build some momentum with an early goal that they will relax, play the right way and be headed back to Canada tied at 2.