5 Most Telling Statistics from New York Rangers' 2013 Season

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5 Most Telling Statistics from New York Rangers' 2013 Season
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Rick Nash looks to evade Jochen Hect of the Buffalo Sabres.

2013 will, for years to come, be remembered by New York Rangers fans as a huge disappointment.

That is unless they miraculously win the Stanley Cup. But, that’s a long shot, to say the very least.

The only thing the Rangers have done consistently this year is play inconsistent hockey. Scoring droughts, defensive deficiencies, a miserable power play; this team has seen it all.

Stats can be misleading, but they can also be very telling of a team’s performance. In the case of the Rangers, there are five specific numbers that truly tell the story of the unfulfilling 2013 season.

Read on as we take a look at the most telling stats from the Rangers’ season thus far, including the implications that brought them about, and/or the implications they've yielded. 

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