Last year, the Rangers were the NHL’s best team on the road. The sample size is still small this season, but so far the Rangers have the fewest road points in the league, something they’re hoping to change starting Wednesday at Ottawa. “These are huge games for us,” Rick Nash said. “You look at the standings and it’s up and down each night, whether you win or you lose. So going to Ottawa is a tough place to play and we need our best.” The Rangers have benefitted from a heavy dose of home games early this season and are 12-5-3 at the Garden. But in 10 games away from home, they’re just 4-6-0, a long way away from their 27-12-2 mark on the road last year. Dating back to the start of the 2013-14 season, the Rangers own the second-most road wins in the NHL with 103. “You want to play the same way, even if it’s home or away,” Jesper Fast said. “We gotta play the right way.”