The Rangers hope to keep rolling as their six-game stay in New York ends, but they haven't had much home success against the Ottawa Senators lately.
Things could be different this time with the Senators struggling to find wins on the road.
New York looks to win its fifth straight overall and snap a five-game regular season home losing streak to Ottawa when the clubs meet on Friday night.
After dropping the opener of six straight contests in their home state, the Rangers (12-8-2) captured three consecutive home wins before adding a 2-1 overtime road victory over the New York Islanders on Thursday. The Rangers and Ottawa are tied for the most home wins in the Eastern Conference with nine.
They'll try to add to that total with their first regular-season home win over the Senators since Oct. 3, 2009. New York, however, did manage a split of its four home games against Ottawa - including a 2-1 victory in Game 7 - in the first round of last season's playoffs.
A visit from the struggl...