PostGame Chatter

“ It was one of those games where it seemed like there wasn't a lot of opportunities out there for both teams. Then they capitalize and are up 2-1 and then they play that close-the-middle-of-the-ice type of game. It's frustrating to lose these two in a row. ”
- Martin Biron
“ We didn't score enough, and we just made a couple of mistakes that ended up in the back of our net. For the most part of the game I think we defended well, but obviously we didn't do enough to win the game. ”
- Brian Boyle
“ Every team is starting to play better this time of year so we have to start playing better, and start playing like we have played most of the year. We have to support each other better out there. Support is very important. ”
- Marian Gaborik

The Rangers dropped their second straight game by a 4-1 score when they fell to the Ottawa Senators Thursday night at Scotiabank Place.

Following the game, BlueshirtsUnited.com caught up with starting goalie Martin Biron, center Brian Boyle, and sniper Marian Gaborik, who discussed the defeat.

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