The Rangers' game Monday will be played as scheduled at Madison Square Garden under "increased security," the NHL team announced in a statement hours after a suspected terrorist detonated a potentially deadly “improvised low-tech explosive device” inside a New York City subway passageway during the morning rush hour. The Rangers are scheduled to play the Stars in a 7 p.m. ET game. The Rangers, who said they were working closely with local law enforcement and the NHL, tweeted a statement shortly after noon ET Monday that read, in part, "This evening’s Rangers game will proceed as scheduled. To help ensure that everybody can enjoy an unforgettable and safe experience at Madison Square Garden, we strong discourage guests from bringing unnecessary bags, particularly backpacks, into the arena. As always, all bags will be subject to rigorous screening, to include being X-rayed, which can delay entry into the arena.”