08:21 AM ET 10.26 | John Tortorella says he's not interested in dissecting the Rangers just yet. [But] the Rangers coach provided an accurate summary of his team's 3-2-2 start on the road. "We score a couple, we're ugly as [heck], and our goaltending has certainly given us an opportunity right on through here," Tortorella said. ... [The players] Tortorella hopes will do something are Brad Richards and Marian Gaborik, and the Rangers coach knows the play of his top forwards has everything to do with his team's ability to sustain success through 82 games. Monday, while Richards' drew the tripping penalty that led to his team's first goal, the big-money center was completely neutralized offensively. Gaborik glided around the ice but was ineffective, leading Tortorella to play him just 3:03 in the third period.