The Rangers are home from their European vacation, two losses, two points in hand, and undefeated.
They now get an obviously much-needed five days of practice before going to (ugh) Nassau Coliseum Saturday, then to Western Canada.
They have to find a left winger for that No. 1 line (if that line stays together), have to figure out how to stop taking so many mindless penalties, have to work on the power play (what’s new?) and eventually decide what six defensemen are going to be their regulars until, or if, Marc Staal comes back.
I’m planning on sauntering over to the practice facility this morning. If nothing changes, I’ll have some stuff here.