St. Louis Blues defeat New York Rangers, 4-1

BLUES 4, RANGERS 1 ST. LOUIS - There was no Brodeur to deal with in this game, and no shutout for the Rangers to swallow.

But the list of what this game lacked goes on and on.

One long scoreless streak is history, but with the way the Rangers are building an attack these days, no one could be blamed for thinking that the end of one drought is merely the start of another. And while John Tortorella defended their effort Saturday night, the Rangers once again were the s...

John Tortorella bristled at the notion that he should keep his antennae up concerning Henrik Lundqvist's psyche, given the hard luck the Rangers' goaltender has experienced in his last two losses. Some of his players, meanwhile, were the ones who brought it up.

"That is one game; we've played pretty well," the coach said. "I don't want you to start separating Henrik and the team; I'm not going there. We've played pretty well. We stunk (Thursday night), which is unaccept...