Rangers winger Martin St. Louis wasn't looking at a glass completely empty.

He was looking at a glass that has a chance to be filled.

"We have a chance to do something special," St. Louis said, referring to a comeback from an 0-3 deficit against the Los Angeles Kings in the Stanley Cup Final. "We're going to take it one game at a time. It's all about momentum and we're looking to grab it tonight."

Game 4 will be played Wednesday night at the Garden. A loss and the Rangers' season will be over, which was a reason why the team's mood was downcast on Tuesday.

"I'm not sure what you expected. I think our overall mood (Tuesday) was the one that was expected and appropriate," coach Alain Vigneault said. "I didn't expect anybody would be making cartwheels yesterday. Today, though, we're back to work. We had a good meeting this morning and we're getting ready for a good hockey game tonight."

And the mod has improved.

"We're upbeat today," St. Louis said. "Game day. Obviously a tough day yesterday for everybody."

In their meetings, they discussed ways to score against Kings goalie Jonathan Quick.,

"We now he's a good goaltender, so we need to keep producing opportunities," St. Louis said. "We have to keep bring people towards the net so we can have rebounds, keep pucks alive, so we can have second, third and fourth opportunities. That's our focus."

St. Louis said the team's veterans will be on the spot to produce.

"You want to produce every game. I thunk you're trying every game to help your team win," St. Louis explained. "There are games that go better than others. There are so many variables, like how they're playing on the other side. This is a good team.