Chris Kreider said that when the Rangers play on the road they play a "north-south" game but that when they are on the road they play more "east-west." (NY Post)
Kreider said that the Rangers pay more attention to detail on the road and need to straighten things out at MSG. (NY Post)
Rick Nash talked about Friday about the Rangers being too "cute" with their play at MSG and said that they may have been "too cute" with some odd-man rushes on Saturday in Minnesota but that overall they simplified and "played the kind of game we need." (NY Post)
Nash said that the Rangers play with a clearer mind when on the road and that when they are at home they try too hard to impress with their skill and speed. (NY Post)
Nash said that on the road the Rangers take a "business approach of coming in and leaving with two points." (NY Post)
Playing at MSG has been a struggle since the first month of the season.