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SAN JOSE, California – There has been silence for the Rangers, who have lost two of their first three games on the current trip and started the game against the Sharks on Thursday. According to Adam Fox, he sees this as the result of too much silence on the move.

“I think we need to find more consistency,” Fox said, as his team beat the ducks on Saturday, Jan. 6, between the Golden Knights and the Kings on Monday. “I think we had a lot of silences in games that couldn’t have happened, especially on the road against good teams.

“If we can find that consistency, we will be more successful.”

The Blues have managed to overcome simple results in five games with a strong power play that typically ranks in the NHL’s best quarterfinals for most of the season. However, a lack of efficiency was observed with human advantage. The Rangers have only three power-play goals (0-for-8) in three games in a row this season, dropping to ninth in the league with 22.9 percent.

In each of the previous two games, the unit has had significant struggles, trying to get through the congestion and making a lot of crazy changes. The fact that Artemi Panarin clearly rusted after returning from four COVID-related games in Los Angeles on Monday was undoubtedly a key factor in the team’s stupidity against the Kings.

According to Adam Fox, Rangers has experienced a lot of “noise” lately.

“You can’t score in a strong game in every game, but I think we want to create more chances even if the puck doesn’t go in,” Fox said, finishing second with 16 points (0:16). Nashville Roman Josi’s 19 points (7-12) entered the league between defenders on Thursday. “It’s a long year, and if it doesn’t get out of your way, you’ll stretch, so you don’t want to be upset.

“We have a lot of talented players and while this can sometimes distract you a bit from the people who come in and out of the lineup, the key is to stay with him and find your flow and get back into the game. to put the puck in the net ”.

Rangers have relied on their specialized teams throughout the season. With a penalty shootout of 85.2 percent, the Blueshirts were 13-0-2 when they won the special team competition. That means the Rangers weren’t 10-10-2.

At this stage of the pandemic, as was usual in the NHL, there were young players in the squad who could have otherwise been in the AHL. This applies to the Pack Line alongside Tim Gettinger and Johnny Brodzinski along with Morgan Barron.

Although 20-year-old Braden Schneider was expected to make his NHL debut on defense day on Thursday, it wasn’t a COVID function like the usual course of business advancement.

Hartford head coach Chris Knoblauch, who replaced Rogers on the bench with Gerard Gallant, who suffered from COVID, on Thursday offered an interesting insight into the psyche of the young players when they called the show.

“It simply came to our notice then [they] It’s been a short time here and they feel they don’t want to make a mistake when they get a chance, because if you make a mistake, it will cause the coach to dismiss you, ”Knoblauch said. “If a player is called up from Hartford, it could be their only chance, so they put a lot of pressure on themselves and keep their game very simple because they don’t want to make that mistake.

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The Rangers have lost two of their first three games on the current trip.

“But then they also can’t help the team by playing. It’s a thin line and balance movement for players. But as I saw from the guys who were called up because of the situation, they did it very well. ”

But Knoblauch said there would be no specific guidelines against the Sharks for either Schneider or a set of strikers.

“You try to make them feel as comfortable as possible,” the acting coach said. “I think the more important thing is about their situation with their partners and teammates. For example, I think Morgan played very well and I think it has something to do with him playing in the Hartford Wolf Pack line, you know, sometimes.” Oh, I have to get it. “Shayba” or “Is this my job or not?”

“These three people skate, talk and communicate on the ice, and play hockey, just like they did in Hartford.”

The prospects are clear, but the Rangers had to play hockey for their guys just like they did in San Jose.

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