"It's not too much of an adjustment," Stepan said. "The D-zone gets a little switched up every once in a while, but I know all the coverages and all the things I'm supposed to be doing, and really, when you're out there, it's just kind of a unit of five guys. It's not really a winger, and set positions. I'm getting comfortable with it, and certainly feel more comfortable as I go on."
Stepan has a goal and two assists in the last four games.
...can't tell you how impressed I've been with Stepan's development this year. Sure he's had his share of ups and downs this season (what rookie doesn't), but he's showing everyone that he will be a winning player for the Rangers for years to come.