Rick Nash scored two goals and an assist in New York's 5-1 win in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final over Tampa Bay.
Rick Nash may have just seven points in 15 games for the Rangers this postseason, but he scored a big point with his teammates on Thursday night.
The New York Rangers will continue to roll out the same lineup on Friday night in Tampa Bay for Game 4.
Henrik Lundqvist is feeling confident despite two rocky starts.
In case there was any doubt, Henrik Lundqvist is starting on Friday.
Henrik Lundqvist is disappointed with the way he's played in the last two games.
Mats Zuccarello (concussion) skated Thursday with the extras, but he still isn't ready to join the team for practice.
Ryan McDonagh was frustrated after the Rangers lost Game 2 by a score of 6-2.
Derek Stepan increased his team lead in points to 12 when he picked up two more assists in Wednesday's Game 3 overtime 6-5 loss.
Kevin Hayes picked up his fifth point of playoffs, and his third point in four games, during Wednesday's 6-5 overtime loss in Game 3.
Kevin Klein picked up his second point of playoffs, an assist, during Wednesday's 6-5 Game 3 overtime loss.
JT Miller had another quality game for the Rangers, picking up an assist during their 6-5 overtime loss in Game 3.
With his assist on Wednesday night, Chris Kreider now has points in four of the Rangers' last five games, with a point in each of the last three.
Keith Yandle picked up two more assists in Wednesday's Game 3 6-5 overtime loss to Tampa Bay.
Ryan McDonagh picked up a power play goal and an assist in Wednesday's Game 3 loss to Tampa Bay.