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11-01-2013, 01:18 AM
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NEW YORK – Against an overwhelmed team that looks like it’s already playing out the string, the Rangers did what they had to do in earning their first home win of the season.

It’s only October, but it certainly looks like it’s going to be a torturous season for the Buffalo Sabres (2-12-1), who appeared as if they wanted to be anywhere but Madison Square Garden on Thursday night. They weren’t winning races, they weren’t winning battles, and generally they weren’t competing while getting whitewashed 2-0 by a Rangers team that might just be starting to find its way.

“We talked about giving our fans something to cheer about,” said Ryan McDonagh “We didn’t do that in the home opener, and we wanted to make it stand off our great effort on the Island the other night. Guys kept the energy going, and the momentum. We’re really happy about everybody’s play.”

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