Game 5 Chatter

“ I thought we had our energy, but we had a couple of breakdowns and found ourselves in a hole. After that I thought we tried to fight back and did a pretty good job controlling the play for most of the game. ”
- Brandon Dubinsky
“ We were coming, but it really doesn't matter that we came back. We didn't finish it off. There's no moral victory. ”
- Brian Boyle
“ Obviously it wasn't the start we wanted, the way they popped three on us quick. We knew the situation we were in. We knew we had to claw our way back, and we did that. To our credit we showed a lot of character. ”
- Ryan Callahan
“ Whatever happened, happened. We got behind right away, but we showed good strength in coming back and playing a good second and third period. I feel like we need to build on that and then focus on the one game (in New Jersey). ”
- Ruslan Fedotenko

A fairy-tale comeback quickly morphed into a devstating defeat for the Rangers Wednesday night at The Garden, and as a result the Rangers are now one loss away from playoff elimination after their 5-3 defeat in Game 5 against the Devils.

Following the game BlueshirtsUnited.com caught up with Brandon Dubinsky---who notched an assist and logged 15:38 worth of ice-time in his return to the lineup Wednesday, Brian Boyle---who won an incredible 93% of his faceoffs in Game 5, Ryan Callahan---who scored a goal, registered six hits, and was a dynamo throughout for the Rangers, and Ruslan Fedotenko---who earned an assist and was a two-way force all game long, to discuss the Rangers unfortunate start and finish in Game 5.

See what these Rangers had to say, then share your thoughts below.