The New York Rangers were the class of the Eastern Conference during the 2011-12 season.
Supported by a Vezina-calibre season by Henrik Lundqvist, a Jack Adams-worthy coaching job by John Tortorella and a stingy defense led by Ryan McDonagh, New York rode their season all the way to Game 6 in the Eastern Conference finals before bowing out to the New Jersey Devils.
Guess what? Despite last year's major—and surprising—success, the Rangers have plenty of areas to improve on if the team desires more success next season.
As a sports team, you can never be satisfied: even if you win a championship. Accepting is nearly a kiss of death, because it could lead to complacency. The best teams recognize the areas needing improvement and are hungry to fix them. If improving isn't part of a team's goal, then what exactly are they striving to achieve?
Where do the New York Rangers need to improve the most? Lets find out!