By Dubi Silverstein There are several well known marks of a good team. One is being able to take advantage of a good team playing their second game in two nights, as the Rangers did in a 3-0 whitewashing of the lead-footed Ducks on Sunday. Another is being able to take advantage of a bad team, which is what they did the next night in a 7-2 rout of the lowly woeful Leafs. By the time the Rangers had finished raking, shredding, and bagging the Leafs,they had won five straight by a combined score of 22-9. A lot of credit was going to head coach John Tortorella for his stringent offseason conditioning requirements, which translated into a rigorous three-day training camp in which the first two days were devoted to skating, skating, and more skating, with not a puck in sight. The Rangers were a ...
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