The Rangers have the eighth-ranked power play in the NHL, converting on 20.7 percent of their chances. However, the Rangers have the 24th-ranked offense, scoring just 2.4 times per game.
So what gives? While general offense and power-play efficiency don't always go hand in hand, if you're good on the man advantage, you're usually good on offense.
It doesn't help that Rick Nash has been a shell of himself, although he looked great against Columbus on Monday when he scored two goals.
It doesn't help that Derek Stepan has 26 points through 44 games this year. Last year, he had 44 points in 48 games.
The Rangers are healthy, though. Chris Kreider has been dominant. Mats Zuccarello and Benoit Pouliot have been fantastic.
In my opinion, it's just a matter of time before the Rangers start to score more. No, they're not going to start scoring eight goals a night like they did in Toronto, but that wasn't an accident either.
Since the game against Minnesota in late December, the Rangers have played with more energy, more passion and have scored more goals. Something changed that night, and they look like a totally different team.
The Rangers will start to score more consistently. This takes us directly into our next prediction.