The New York Rangers are playing their first postseason game since the Stanley Cup Final, and they’ve been making the most of it.
The Rangers have scored just two goals in the playoffs so far, which is a lot less than the five they scored in the regular season.
That might seem like a lot to the casual fan, but the Rangers are up 2-0 in their first round series.
It’s a significant step in the Rangers’ season, and one that shows they are indeed a championship contender.
The most important thing for the Rangers is to play good hockey and be able to do it without any pressure.
They have not done that yet, and it is a significant improvement from last year, when they were tied for the third-fewest goals against in the league.
It will be important to get back to that pace and keep doing what they have been doing in the first round.
The only thing that could keep the Rangers from playing the way they did last year was if they were to have some sort of goaltending issues, which was the case last year.
The biggest issue for the Canadiens is their goaltending.
The Canadiens are tied with the Rangers for the best record in the Eastern Conference, but that is because they are a team that has had some trouble stopping the puck.
That has not been the case in the postseason.
The Habs are shooting less than 5% in the final five minutes of the Stanley