The New York Rangers were a popular preseason pick to represent the Eastern Conference in the Stanley Cup Final, and after the first 15 games of the season they've yet to look anything like such a team. They're off to a sluggish start and continued it on Tuesday with a 3-1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens. Coach John Tortorella, as he tends to be after ugly losses (or any loss. And sometimes even wins), seemed to be in a sour mood and called the game "one of the worst hockey games I've ever been involved in," while also adding "just two bad teams playing and we were worse than they were."
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