The Rangers may feel negatively about only earning four points from their first five games, but they should feel positive about where they are going.
Saturday night's win over Toronto demonstrated a mentally tough Rangers team that won't let a couple of early goals derail an effective game plan.
Saturday night's win also showed us that the Rangers still need to put together a full 60-minute hockey game.
The Rangers have no reason to panic as the season is still so young and, as we have seen the last few years, regular season dominance is no indicator of postseason success, so they don't want to play their best hockey just yet.
Of course, let's hope that four points out of a possible ten is far from being close to their best.
Getting the bad out of the way first, let's look at what the Rangers have done poorly and done well so far.