The Rangers have been playing better hockey as of late, and they viewed Wednesday night's matchup with the Pittsburgh Penguins as a good test to see just how they measure up against one of the League's top teams. If the 5-1 score is any indication, the Rangers showed they can play right alongside the league's best.
After the game, captain Ryan Callahan — who scored in the second period — spoke with the media about the team's start, this being a measuring stick game, his second period goal and more.
Ryan McDonagh, who also scored tonight, spoke about the team being aggressive, not turning pucks over and communicating on the ice.
See what both Ryans had to say after the big 5-1 win, then share your thoughts in the comments below.