Chris Kreider has been one of the Rangers’ top players since being recalled from Hartford last month. He has been physical, smart, and fast: all attributes that the team was hoping he would eventually develop. Tuesday night against Boston, Kreider did everything but score a goal, as he was fast and strong on the puck, but could not put one in the back of the net, even on a penalty shot. He did record an assist on the Rangers’ only goal of the evening, and finally broke through for a goal of his own on Thursday against Dallas to give the Rangers a 2-1 lead. Hopefully that goal opens the flood gates and leads to a serious breakout in the goal department.