What Rangers can learn from Avalanche, Lightning rosters

They want the rate of progression to be linear, like it was for the Devils when they won their first Stanley Cup in 1995, a year after their agonizing seven-game loss to the Rangers in the Conference Finals.

That is understandable.

You want to skip the heartbreak associated with the more likely path to lifting the chalice – a series of false starts, steps forward, followed by immediately a few more steps back.

You want to speed up the process.

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