Rangers’ Rick Miller, Dave Steckel, Jeff Hoffman: What makes a good team?

On the surface, this year’s Rangers have had an enviable roster.

They have a good coach in Scott Boras, an interesting lineup, and a young, talented core of players.

But the Rangers have struggled to play up to expectations in the postseason, and that’s only made things more challenging for their core.

The Rangers are currently 3-8 in the playoffs, but their current record shows that their playoff chances aren’t looking so good.

In their final two games, the Rangers are averaging fewer than 2.5 goals per game.

This is a good, if not a perfect, team.

But for all the positive things that have been said about the Rangers this year, they have a long way to go in the standings.

We spoke to Rangers general manager Jon Daniels to find out what the Rangers could do better this year.

What we learned:The Rangers need to make sure their goal differential is a bit better.

If you look at the Rangers’ goals against percentage (GAA), they are at a career-high of .929.

But when you consider that they have scored more than 2 goals only six times in their last 20 games, they’re getting outshot more often than not.

This has not helped them win.

This team is still a work in progress, but the most important thing is the goaltending.

The goaltending is the key to this team’s success.

The Rangers have been so inconsistent in their goaltending that their GAA differential is at a historic low of .911.

They’ve scored less than 2 and 1 goals less than 3 times in each of the last seven games.

The problem is that this team has been playing at an average pace, with goals per contest averaging 3.7, 2.3, and 1.9 respectively.

If the goal differential stays at the current pace, the team’s goal differential will average only 1.5 for the rest of the season.

The team has to make drastic changes to their style of play.

The key to a better team is to make better decisions and stick to their system, Daniels told us.