If you're the Rangers and you don't get three of four, then I think it's officially time to sound the alarm bells. With Martin Biron out for the rest of the season with a broken collarbone, the burden is resting squarely on Henrik Lundqvist's shoulders. Not that it hasn't been that way pretty much since he arrived in New York. Still, no safety net for the Rangers.
I feel like no other club is facing more pressure than the Rangers. John Tortorella's men were a terrific story in the first half, a hard-working club that finished December at 22-14-2, making noise about not only making the playoffs, but maybe even starting the postseason at home the way they were playing. But they've gone 11-14-2 since then, falling to the back and making their fans sweat mightily.
...there are still plenty of points out there for the Rangers to get, but man they need to find a way to start scoring again because 1-2 goals a game just isn't going to get it done.