It’s a rare time when the New York Rangers are playing in a game that matters.
Not only are the New Jersey Devils in the Eastern Conference final, but they are also defending the Stanley Cup finals against the Tampa Bay Lightning, who are looking to extend their season.
That’s something to be proud of.
But it’s also a time to consider the possibility that this will be the last time we see the Rangers face off against the Lightning in the Stanley Final.
Here are three things to know about the series, and why they’re important to the Rangers:1.
The Lightning are the defending champsThis series will decide whether or not the Rangers can make it to the final.
If they can, the Lightning will likely win the Stanley Championship.
If not, the Rangers will likely lose in six games.
The Rangers haven’t lost in their last five games, and have outscored the Lightning by a combined 10-2 in those games.
That doesn’t bode well for the team.
There have been a few stretches where the Rangers have been able to find their stride, but the team has fallen behind by the second period of games to the point where they’ve had to come back to life.
If the Lightning can pull out a win on Thursday, it would be a big boost to the team’s playoff hopes.
If the Rangers are able to beat the Lightning, the team would be eliminated from the playoffs.
But if the Lightning win in Game 6 and win Game 7, the game would be decided in the second round.
If neither happens, the series will be decided by the winner of Game 6.
This series has been tied since the start of the 2015-16 season.
The Rangers and Lightning have been battling for the Presidents’ Trophy since the first round of the playoffs in January 2016.
It has been a very close series, but it’s been a tight one as well.
The last time the Rangers and the Lightning met in the playoffs, it was Game 6 of the Western Conference finals.
The Lightning scored two goals in the final seconds of regulation to win that game.
This series, on the other hand, will be played in overtime.
There will be some interesting decisions to be made, and some of those decisions could have big implications for the future of the Rangers.
The Stanley Cup will be in Tampa, so the stakes will be higher.
If this series goes to OT, that could be a huge problem for the Rangers, who will have to rely on the power play to generate offense in overtime to even the series.
There is a lot of talent on this roster.
It’s going to be a tough task for the Lightning to find a way to win the series without a dominant power play.
The players are going to have to work hard, and that’s what they’re going to do.
If any of them falter, the season could be over for the club.
The playoffs are a big deal.
It could decide the fate of the franchise for years.
The stakes could be high.
If it doesn’t happen, this team could end up in a long-term rebuilding phase.
There is no doubt this team is one of the elite teams in the NHL, and it is going to take a lot to get there.