The Rangers have won five straight games, and currently sit atop the Eastern Conference standings with 48 points. One of the reasons why the Rangers have achieved so much early season success has been the depth of the team's roster, where contributions have come from the expected and unexpected, in particular with players filling in for others who have been injured. Now two of those injured players are closer to a return to the lineup as Jeff Woywitka (4 games-foot) and Wojtek Wolski (23 games-sports hernia surgery) both indicated after practice Tuesday that it's up to the coaches when they return to the lineup. That might make for some difficult decisions for head coach John Tortorella, who offered Tuesday that he is unsure how or when he will work either Woywitka or Wolski into the Blueshirts lineup. One other new player appeared on the injured list Tuesday---rookie defenseman Stu Bickel, whose eye was nearly swollen shut after a fight Monday against the Islanders' Michael Haley. Of Bickel, the head coach said, "He should be able to play---he'll have to wear a shield---but he should be good to go. He gives us an element on the back end that we don't have a whole lot of as far as his aggressiveness. He's played well." Tortorella also said he's "not sure" what to do with his lineup when Wolski is cleared for game action. "We've got some guys playing really well right now, and I'm not sure what's going to happen with that," declared the head coach. Share your thoughts and opinions below on what might happen in the coming days with the Rangers lineup.