And so, in their 10th game, the Rangers got back to basics, which basically meant having the puck instead of chasing it, and even more so, having the puck down low where they could create below the hash marks.

Indeed, the Blueshirts grinded out a 5-2 victory over the Sharks last night for their first win in three tries at the remodeled Garden, and the Brad Richards-Ryan Callahan-Brandon Dubinsky line set the tone in the club's most complete performance yet.

Callahan, who scored twice with an assist to earn the Broadway chapeau, and Dubinsky, who had a pair of assists while attending to his work away from the puck, are card-carrying, hard-hat wearing Black-and-Blueshirts, everyone recognizes that.