Without Ryan Callahan, Rangers shut down at home in 3-0 loss to Penguins

The Rangers skate off the ice after a

The Rangers skate off the ice after a 3-0 loss against the Pittsburgh Penguins. (Jan. 31, 2013) (Credit: Jim McIsaac)

Brad Richards called last night's 3-0 loss to the Penguins at the Garden "sloppy." Coach John Tortorella was more critical: "Probably our worst game of the year collectively."

Descriptions aside, the Rangers, who had won three straight at home, fell to 3-4 and appeared to miss captain Ryan Callahan more than anything.

Callahan, who creates intensity by example, was sidelined for the...

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