They defeated Ottawa in Game 7 last night, 2-1.
It'll be the first one at the Garden in any sport since 1995.
They're on the verge of being upset.
Says Ottawa coach Paul MacLean: "Nothing's changed."
The Rangers win Game 3, 1-0.
Ottawa beat the Rangers, 3-2, in overtime.
They beat Ottawa, 4-2, to open the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
Their series against the Senators kicks off tonight.
The Rangers have locked up the top seed in the East, but a number of games matter to them tomorrow.
Anisimov, Stepan, and Gaborik have impressed.
The Rangers moved to within two points of Montreal with an overtime loss to the Senators.
The Rangers won, 5–3.
The Rangers return from the Olympic break with a 4–1 victory over the Senators.