Before Monday night’s contest, the New York Rangers seemed to be at a crossroads with their season and their head coach.
In the end, Gerard Gallant’s in-game adjustments and a three-goal third period were key to saving the season and a 6-4 comeback win over the Blues.
“That meant a lot. The streak we’ve been in the last two weeks hasn’t been good. It’s a simple game and when you keep it simple, good things happen” Gallant told reporters after the win.
After a dull start to the game that saw just six shots on goal combined between the two teams in the first 10 minutes, the pace of play
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