The Rangers were a very disciplined team in 2011-12.
They were excellent on the penalty kill, they won 81.4 percent of the time they scored first (third best in the league) and despite all that has been made about their shot-blocking, they averaged only 27.8 shots against per game, the sixth-lowest regular season average in the NHL.
But, the team fell short of their goal, so improvements can be made.
Adding Rick Nash should lead to more scoring chances and more goals, but we need a regular season to put that theory into practice. While the competition is inferior, Nash has already shown he can score in Switzerland.
Besides scoring more often, which is a goal of every team at every level of sports, here are three improvements the Rangers need to make: