The New York Rangers had gone 1-4-1 in their past six games, but came out in good form on Sunday night putting together a solid 4-1 victory against the Ottawa Senators at Madison Square Garden.

.King Henrik Lundqvist  has another great night, making 23 saves, allowing only a second-period goal by Ottawa defender Mark Methot. "They're a fast team, so if you have a lot of turnovers, you're going to have a tough night," Lundqvist said. "But I thought overall we played good and smart. It felt like the first couple of weeks of the season. We were back to making good decisions."

The Rangers found goals from; Defenseman Ryan McDonagh, two from center Derick Brassard, and Forward Jesper Fast scored into an empty net with 1:31 to play to put the cherry on top for the  Rangers."We're just trying to move the puck around," Brassard said. "We got some good screens in front of the net, and that's what we're trying to do every time."

The Rangers (18-7-3), will head out for a three game road trip, kicking off in Vancouver Wednesday night.