The Rangers hit the ice for practice at Madison Square Garden Tuesday, one day after the Devils evened up the series at two games apiece.
Monday's 4-1 loss featured multiple fights but the Rangers say they won't let it distract them from getting the job done.
"You try to learn something from every game and every performance, what you can do better and move on," said goalie Henrik Lundqvist. "Today was a good day for us to talk about a few things and then try to improve."
"I think they're looking forward to play their next game, as all of them are this time of the year," said head coach John Tortorella. "They don't want to spend too much time waiting around they want to play, and I just felt we had a really good day today."
The series now shifts back to the Garden.
The puck drops Wednesday night at 8 p.m.