Brandon Dubinsky started Saturday's game in Boston on the line with Brian Boyle and Ryan Callahan, but was demoted to fourth-line duty in the third when Rangers coach John Tortorella flipped him with John Mitchell after No. 17's deficient work on the back-check in failing to pick up Andrew Ference when the defenseman joined the rush to score the Bruins' first goal.

"I didn't see him," said Dubinsky, who got 3:46 (including 2:15 on two even-strength shifts) in the third period of the Rangers' 3-2 overtime victory over the Bruins on Saturday. "I messed up."