New York Rangers defeat Columbus Blue Jackets, 7-4

The Rangers' goals Wednesday night are modest enough: Carry their one-game scoring surge with them on the road, win a second game in a row for the first time in more than a month and allow themselves a pleasant turkey dinner.

And they'll have their captain back to help them.

Chris Drury cleared the final hurdle toward a return Tuesday, taking part in team contact drills for the first time since being injured on Nov. 7 - and, most importantly, doing so with no symptoms f...

This had trouble written all over it: a two-goal deficit after just 9-1/2 minutes and a Garden crowd growing restless and ready for one of those nights when it really lets the Rangers have it. And then John Tortorella decides to spend his timeout.

"I told them to take a deep breath, because I didn't think we were playing that badly," the coach said afterward. "We just make a couple mistakes and they end up in the net, so I just told them to take a deep breath - there's ...