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Rangers Need to Set The Pace Against the Flyers

From Brian Monzo at CBSNewYork.com/WFAN.com:

-Start the game by taking the body. This really goes for any game, but the Rangers need to expect the Flyers to come out angry since they’ve been handled by New York so far this season.  Whether it be Brandon Prust or Ryan Callahan, someone needs to set the tone early.  If it’s the Flyers doing it, the Rangers could be in for a long afternoon.

-Get the defense involved in the offense.  Since the Rangers’ offense is pretty spread around, success has come in games when their defensemen have scored goals.  Michael Del Zotto and Anton Stralman both can get involved when need be, but Ryan McDonagh and Marc Staal should both be joining the rush as much as possible.  Fortunately for the Rangers, their goaltending has been extraordinary enough that if this backfires, Henrik Lundqvist should be able to handle any odd man rushes.

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