The New York Rangers have been downright impressive this season.
Previously a No. 7 or No. 8 seed team come playoff time, the New York Rangers shocked the NHL, and even a few of their fans, by finishing at the All-Star Break leading the Eastern Conference with 66 points in 47 games, boasting a record of 31-12-4.
Although the Rangers have been playing outstanding hockey and are only one point behind the best team in the NHL (with three games in hand, mind you), there are five key things the Blueshirts must do if they hope to hoist the Stanley Cup at the end of the playoffs.