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Rangers coach John Tortorella wasn’t pleased with Sunday’s 5-2 loss to the Bruins. His team now faces an 0-2 deficit in the Eastern Conference semifinals as it heads to New York.
But Tortorella also believes there were some positives to take from his team’s play — particularly in the latter part of the first period and most of the second — that they can build on in preparation for Game 3.
“I think that’s the way we have to play,’’ said Tortorella. “And I think we can, I think we can sustain that.’’
Two areas in which the Rangers struggled were in their own zone and failure to capitalize on the chances the Bruins gave them.