Having won 12 of their past 16 games entering a meeting Thursday with the Devils, the Rangers have pushed themselves back into the thick of things in the Metropolitan Division. But they’re making sure their brutal start doesn’t entirely go to waste. “I think for us, the good part about it is we still feel like we’re clawing back and I think we still have a hunger to make up for the ground we lost at the beginning of the season,” defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk said. Rebounding from a 3-7-2 start has come with a reminder that they will take wins of all shapes and sizes. “I don’t think we’ve had a ton of games where we played perfect for 60 minutes but that’s not what it’s about,” Henrik Lundqvist said. “It’s about finding ways to win hockey games.”