Ryan Callahan wants the Rangers to play with more intensity in Game 3 Wednesday night when the series shifts to Washington.
"We've got to bring our intensity up," said the Rangers captain. "It's a tough building to play in. I don't know if there's any frustration. You're going to play good defensive teams in the playoffs." Callahan attempted to lead by example in Game 2 with eight hits, three blocks and two shots in Game 2, but his team came out on the wrong end of a 3-2 score versus the Capitals. He has one assist in his last five playoff contests after his marker in Game 2 was credited to defenseman Michael Del Zotto instead.