Rangers Forward Expected To Play Game 4

While speaking with reporters, New York Rangers head coach Gerard Gallant said that Ryan Strome "should be fine to go" for Tuesday night's contest against the Tampa Bay Lightning.

This is certainly good news, as Strome left Game 3 early due to an injury. Yet, it appears that it isn't severe enough to keep him out of action for a crucial Game 4. If the Rangers win, they will have a commanding 3-1 series lead over Tampa. Thus, having their second-line center good to go is huge for them. 

In 17 games this postseason, Strome has two goals to go along with seven assists. It will be intriguing to see what he does offensively for the Blueshirts from here.

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