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Rangers head coach John Tortorella was not deterred after his team fell behind 0-2 to the Boston Bruins on Sunday afternoon, and remains optimistic heading into Game 3 at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night.
After the team’s practice on Monday, Tortorella discussed the team’s confidence level, how he felt the team played better in Game 2 than in Game 1, the importance of winning Game 3, the experience the team has being down in a series, Derek Dorsett’s fight, defending against the Bruins’ depth, Rick Nash’s play and playing at Madison Square Garden.
Check out what Tortorella had to say after practice on Monday, then share your thoughts below.