A milestone goal from Ryan Callahan helped the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers get back on track.
The New Jersey Devils seem to need of a spark of their own.
The Rangers look to build on their latest effort Monday night when they host a Devils team trying to avoid losing three straight games in regulation for the first time in almost three months.
New York (39-15-6) has seven more points than any other club in the East, but didn't look like one of the league's elite during a recent two-game road swing. Three nights after falling 2-0 to Pittsburgh, the Rangers suffered a 4-3 shootout loss Friday to the last-place Islanders.
Getting back to Madison Square Garden seemed to make all the difference for the Rangers, who beat Buffalo 3-2 in overtime Saturday for their fourth win in five home games.
The Rangers erased two one-goal deficits before Callahan scored his 100th career goal 2:59 into the extra session.
"For us to come back and tie it up and not lose ...