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Graves inks contract; Haggerty suits up for practice; Nash and St. Louis in scoring slumps

Today's New York Rangers notes.

Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

If the season ended today, the Rangers would make the playoffs. But that statement is becoming less and less comfortable by the day, as a Rangers slide combined with stellar stretches from the Blue Jackets and Flyers is altering the standings. Let's just say, there's no better time for a win and to change some momentum than Tuesday night in Ottawa. Oh, and Henrik Lundqvist will again be going for win number 302, which would set a franchise record. Here are your morning notes.

With only 13 games remaining in the regular season, time is running out on the Rangers. [Blueshirt Banter]

With the Rangers jockeying for postseason position, and struggling to score, Rick Nash and Martin St. Louis have been non-factors. [NY Post] [Rangers Rants]

And despite going his first seven games as a Ranger without finding the back of the net, St. Louis has remained stoic. [Daily News] [ESPN NY] [NY Post] [Newsday]

Fresh from the collegiate ranks, Ryan Haggerty is just trying to learn and grow. [NY Post] [ESPN NY] [Blueshirts Blog]

The Rangers have come to terms with their third round pick from the 2013 NHL Draft, defenseman Ryan Graves. [Blueshirt Banter]