This is what the New York Rangers will try to do tonight when they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs at Madison Square Garden.
At 1-3 through four games, it is easy to see that the Blueshirts have not found the things that made them so successful last season on a consistent basis. In fact, there have only been glimpses of the team's tight defense, great goaltending from Henrik Lundqvist and the ability to score big goals at important times.
This is obviously a much different kind of year for the Rangers than last seaason. Every game is important, there is not as much time to practice/work on things, there are many games in a given week and the team has only been together for a few weeks now.
With that said, and this is something that I mentioned in my previous blog, the team cannot afford to make these kinds of excuses this season. The way the game is played has not changed, the team pretty much has the same roster as it did last season and the goal is always the same, which is ...