What can the New York Rangers do differently?
They vowed Wednesday morning their attention is “all in” on the idea of scoring the first goal in Game 4 of the
Two problems with that: A) Kings goalie
“We’ve got to win four in a row, one game at a time,” New York forward
A loss, however, means the Kings have won their second Stanley Cup in three seasons and will skate around the Rangers' rink with sports' best known trophy.
“I don’t necessarily think anyone’s thinking like that, because if you’re thinking that then you’re conceding the series, I guess,” New York defenseman
The Kings have certainly seized the series by the jugular, however, answering the speed of Zuccarello and forwards
As the Kings scored on a shot off a Ranger's skate and used a bounce off a New York player's
leg to set up another goal, one of Zuccarello's four shots Monday hit iron. He said he never reviewed the play.
"It wasn't a goal, so it doesn't matter. We've got to get the puck deep and score a couple goals," he said. "If we do, it's a different mind-set. Since we lost the last game, everyone's kind of negative … that's not acceptable. We've got to do what we've got to do to win four games."
Hagelin said the route to beating Quick is "for us to keep shooting and [keep] getting to rebounds. You've got to make sure you bear down when you get a chance. You've got to make sure you really want to score that shot. Net traffic always helps, getting to rebounds, those are things that can help us score goals tonight."
"We all want plays back, you can't," he said. "Get a big win, grab the momentum, go from there. We're going to focus on getting a good start, we've got to find ways to get it past Quick, and play the hockey we play. I'm confident we will."
St. Louis said despite the deficit, "we're in the Stanley Cup Final. That's what motivates me. You don't want to lose in four, but we don't look at it like that. We're looking to win a game."
before, and was told it was in 1942.
"So there you go," Klein said.
"There's nothing to save it for now. I know the guys are going to leave it all out there tonight."
New York has been outscored by the Kings, 6-0, over the last 85 minutes 10 seconds.