The 2018-2019 season is winding down, and the New York Rangers are finishing their first full year of a rebuild. This year has had its fair share of trials and tribulations, as well as successes. Here are three goals the team should be shooting to achieve with the little time left in the year.
The New York Rangers have had a tough 2018-2019 season, from a slow start with some solid wins spread through, to a trade deadline that featured some difficult decisions, to this end to a disappointing season win-wise. However, the organization has had some level of success.
The Rangers’ young players, specifically Filip Chytil, Brett Howden, Tony DeAngelo, and Alexandar Georgiev, have proven why the team has chosen them over others. General manager, Jeff Gorton, has made some solid trades, adding Ryan Strome, Brendan Lemieux and a handful of high draft selections.
While these changes have been positive, there’s still ten games remaining in the season. Although this season will be failure in wins-losses column, there’s still time to accomplish things that will make this season more successful. Here are three key goals that the Rangers should aim for over the next few weeks.