After a seven-game road trip to start the season, the Rangers will head home on a positive note after a 2-1 win in Winnipeg. Ryan Callahan scored the game-winner on a power play with 8:41 remaining, and Martin Biron picked up the win in his first start since February. He made saves on 27 of 28 shots. Dan Girardi assisted on both Rangers goals. Ruslan Fedotenko also scored on a power play. The Rangers had not been to Winnipeg since facing the old Jets in 1996. Their schedule, which included a trip to Stockholm plus their Western Canada swing -- and also had a stop at the Islanders for good measure -- was put in place to allow for renovations to Madison Square Garden. The Rangers got points in five of the seven games. Not bad for a team that "sucked from head to toe" on Friday in Edmonton, according to head coach John Tortorella.
Rangers Finally Head Home, And Go With a Win
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