The New York Rangers showed quality and won the match against the Philadelphia Flyers with a score of 6-3. K'Andre Miller, who also scored a goal, is happy about the rhythm of his team. "I think when everyone's going, we just have that feeling in here and it's fun coming to the rink," Miller said for nhl.com."You get that energy, and you just have that feeling coming to the rink and going into the game with a good attitude." Scott Laughton believes that his team was not of sufficient quality and they left a lot of space for the opposing team.
"Thought we battled hard, but we gave them a little bit too much time and space," Laughton said. "They can dice you up pretty easily, and it goes the other way. Regroup and get back at it, but pretty good compete level from our group, and there's no quit late in the game." Miller scored a great goal even though he was tripped, he handled it great.
"Kind of happened all so quick that I kind of blacked out for a little bit, and next thing I knew I was [celebrating]," Miller said. "I felt like I was moving as fast as I ever have. It was kind of a blur."
Jacob Trouba on Miller
Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba praised Miller and what he showed.
"When he skates and gets up in the rush and he creates, that's when he's really good,"-Jacob Trouba said. "He has all the tools obviously, the size (6-foot-5, 215 pounds), the strength, the reach. I think his reach is underrated.
He makes a lot of plays with his stick. When he's skating and getting up the ice, he's fun to watch and fun to play with." Laughton described the whole situation. "I got caught puck watching, they go down, make a good play backdoor, and it's in the back of your net," Laughton said.