The New York Rangers are set to battle with the Ottawa Senators tonight. The Rangers are coming off a 2-1 shootout loss to the Dallas Stars where they were outplayed and outshot 45-to-25. Ondrej Pavelec played his best game as a Ranger, making 44 saves in the loss. Rick Nash scored the lone goal for the Rangers, his eighth of the year. Michael Grabner leads the team in goals with 14 while Mats Zuccarello leading the team in points with 24.
Turnovers have been hurting the Rangers all season and tonight’s game was no exception. The Rangers found themselves down 2-1 as they entered the third period andÂ wound up on the short side as the Senators won 3-2. It was only their second win in their last 14 games. The Senators had not scored the first goal of a game in the last five games they played.
The National Hockey League did the New York Rangers a favor in regards to the schedule. Traveling has been light as has the frequency of back-back games. The team has played a large part of their schedule at MSG, but that will change as the team enters the New Year. January is going to be a huge month for the Rangers. They have a big West coast trip, three sets of back-back games, only four games at Madison Square Garden and another special event called the Winter Classic.
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