The odds of making the playoffs in the 2017 NHL season are currently 1 in 1.9 billion, according to the International Olympic Committee.
That’s a staggering feat, especially given the odds in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which were 3 in 6.8 billion last year.
The odds are 1 in 12.5 billion for a top-four spot in the Stanley, but a win in the top-eight would give the Rangers a playoff berth and a chance to finish as the second seed.
There are a few other factors that could help the Rangers’ chances of reaching the playoffs, though.
First, it’s worth mentioning that the odds are not just about winning the Stanley.
It’s also about getting a chance at winning the NHL Championship.
Winning the Stanley is a rare achievement for a team that has been around for almost 80 years.
Winning a championship is not a goal the Rangers have, and the team has not had a championship since 1996.
That year, the Rangers won the Stanley with a 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins.
The next year, they lost the Stanley to the Edmonton Oilers.
The Rangers were a team known for playing with a lot of confidence.
They had great players such as Rick Nash, Marc Staal, and Ryan Callahan, and a superstar goaltender in Henrik Lundqvist.
But the team was also known for being a team to win in tight games.
The Penguins were known for their defense, which included veteran defenseman John Erskine, who won the Hart Trophy in 2006.
But it was the fact that the Penguins won those games that really put the team over the top.
The Penguins led the NHL in goals against, had the league’s second-best save percentage, and finished the season in first place in the Eastern Conference.
The biggest reason why the Penguins made the playoffs was their defense.
They finished with the league-leading 3.21 goals per game and were second in goals allowed.
They also had the second-highest shooting percentage in the league at 62.4 percent.
That led to the Penguins being able to go toe-to-toe with the Rangers for a championship, and it was a close series that the Rangers lost.
The Rangers won 4-3 on a goal by Ryan McDonagh in overtime.
The final score was 3-1 in favor of the Rangers.
After losing in six games in the Western Conference Finals in 2015, the Washington Capitals beat the Rangers 4-2 on a power play goal by Braden Holtby in Game 6 of the Eastern conference semifinals.
It was the first Stanley Cup Final victory for the Capitals, and Holtby finished the playoffs with a record of 26-15-5.
The only time the Rangers had a chance of winning in the playoffs came in the 2013-14 season, when they lost in six to the Detroit Red Wings.
In that game, the Islanders won the first four games of the series by a combined score of 7-2.
The playoffs are a huge part of the season, but it’s also a chance for the Rangers to put their stamp on the franchise, which had been in the NHL for just eight seasons before the 2011-12 season.
In the past few years, the franchise has been searching for a new coach.
In 2014, Scott Stevens was fired after six seasons with the team.
The franchise moved to New York for two seasons and hired Craig Berube as coach in 2014.
After three seasons in New York, the team announced in November that it was parting ways with its coach and had parted ways with the head coach and GM.
The team’s most notable move came in March, when it announced that Scott Gomez would be replacing David Poile as head coach.