"The guys were playing on their toes," Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh said. "They wanted to compete, wanted to battle and wanted the puck on their sticks."
"We don't really have time to get caught up in our past record at home," Miller said Monday after the Rangers practiced in preparation for Tuesday night's Game 4. "All we can focus on is a good start tomorrow."
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