Tuesday Post Game Chatter

“ I felt OK. The first period, the first couple of shifts, it was tough, but I found my game and found some chances on offense. ”
- Rick Nash
“ It's obviously frustrating. It's tough when you work that hard to get those chances and they don't go in. At the same time you have to be happy with what you are doing in getting those chances. You have to keep going with it. ”
- Ryan Callahan
“ Tonight we had so many good chances, and then they got a couple of breaks in the second. We're doing so many good things right now, but just coming up short. ”
- Henrik Lundqvist
“ I don't think it's any secret that where I want to go on a penalty shot--come down snap it low (blocker), something I've been doing for a really long time. I picked my spot, but it either clipped the top of his pant leg or bottom of his blocker and stayed out. ”
- Chris Kreider

Despite a string of positive things they could say about their collective game Tuesday night, the Rangers were left with a sour taste afterwards, following a 2-1 defeat at the hands of the Boston Bruins at Madison Square Garden. After the frustrating 44-shot loss BlueshirtsUnited.com caught up with Rick Nash---who fired five shots on goal while playing for the first time in 18 games, Ryan Callahan--who had four hits and three shots in 19:01, Henrik Lundqvist---who stopped 20 of 22 shots, and Chris Kreider---who recorded five shots on goal, but who was also denied by Tuukka Rask on a penalty shot 6:16 into the contest.

See what the Rangers were saying in the postgame dressing room, then comment below.