By Neil Keefe
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It’s been over six months since the Rangers’ season started, and if they keep playing the way they have been, it won’t be ending anytime soon.
With their most wins (51) since their Stanley Cup season of 1993-94 when they had 52, the Rangers begin the postseason as the No 1. seed in the East and home-ice advantage as they face the Ottawa Senators. But as a dangerous No. 8 seed, the Senators won three of the four meetings between the two teams in the regular season and play a style of hockey that can neutralize the way the Rangers play.
WFAN and WFAN.com hockey correspondent Brian Monzo joined me to talk about the Rangers’ first-round matchup with the Senators, whether or not Chris Kreider will play for the Rangers in the playoffs and which teams he expects to emerge from the Eastern Conference and Western Conference.
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