In their history, the Rangers are 64-198-40-2 in Montreal.
Dan Girardi told the Daily News, “I don’t know what it is — every time we come here and play here, we get away from our defensive end coverage.”
Ryan Callahan told the NY Post, “We get to running around and don’t seem to be able to play the way we want to play.”
Before the game, Brad Richards talked about how Montreal is his favorite building to play in.
Lundqvist on his & #NYR struggles in past in Montreal: “Sometimes I think you can get drawn too much into the atmosphere there”
— New York Rangers (@thenyrangers) November 18, 2011
The Rangers are 1-5-1 in Montreal under John Tortorella.
Following the last loss in Montreal the Ranger talked of throwing the tape out, but understanding what went wrong.
The Rangers can beat them down at MSG, but when they play in Montreal it’s like they have never played together before. It has to be in their heads at this point, especially since it’s brought up a lot, but at least they don’t need to go back up there until next season unless the Habs pick up their game and make the playoffs.