"We come here today to prepare for a Game 7. We're still not dead. And we go into their building and we won two games there. They have the advantage. Home ice is important for Game 7, but it's funny what happens with the pressure of it all, too. They're supposed to win. I bet I can poll everyone here, no one thought we'd get to a Game 7 in this series. I'll poll you right now, who thinks we're gonna win tomorrow? (No hands raised). I appreciate your honesty. There's no pressure on us... That's the key to Game 7 because everybody thinks we're done. So it falls back on them. They deserved that seventh game, but it's funny what can happen."
In other Rangers news: Blair Betts has a broken Orbital bone as a result of the clear-intent-to-injure cheap shot he took from Brashear. Betts, who played heroically and well for us - is now out indefinitely. This was no accident. Brashear targeted our best Penalty Kill player - targeted his head - and fractured a bone in Betts skull - long after Betts had played the puck and had turned away from the action to skate off for a line change.
Brashear is supposed to have a hearing with the NHL today to see about a possible suspension.
And get this - Brandon Dubinsky was bitten on the arm by the Capitals defensmen Shaone Morrisonn in the 2nd period. According to the Rangers he required a tetanus shot - and no - I'm not kidding. Here's that story.