The Rangers were defeated by the Nashville Predators, 2-1, tonight at Madison Square Garden and thanks to Bob Trainor of Trainor Communications, sound has been provided to our readers and listeners.
John Tortorella on the team…
“When you are trying to crawl out of a hole and trying to gain some consistency in your game, your structure of your team concept and your discipline, at all times, at this time of year, is so important. We are not good enough not to be dead on with that stuff there.”
Henrik Lundqvist on his play…
“I felt good. There were a lot of breakaways tonight. They created a lot around the net. I knew, going into the game, I can’t afford any mistakes. I think the D played really well around the net. It is really tough. We play as good as we can in our end, still let up a couple of breakaways, but I still think we played pretty good in our end. It comes down to scoring. You can see how you feed off of a goal. As you score we get energy and some speed but then they score and we lose that energy a little bit.”
Chris Drury on the team…
“We have just been trying to play the right way. We have been playing the right way for the most part. It’s just such a fine line in this League, the smallest little mistake, whether it’s a penalty or just not finishing a great chance, or just the bounce of the puck can cost you the game and can get you spinning in the wrong direction.”
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