NEW YORK -- The New York Rangers cant lose. The Vancouver Canucks cant win.On Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, nothing has to give.The Rangers have won five in a row, scoring at least five goals in each victory. As was the case in many of their victories this season, the Rangers (10-3-0) won with balance Sunday, as five players scored in a 5-2 victory against the Winnipeg Jets.One of those goal-scorers was rookie Pavel Buchnevich, who scored artfully on a breakaway for his second goal of the season. The third-round pick found the going tough to start the season but is showing signs of getting comfortable, which potentially means another dangerous scorer for the NHLs top offensive team.Hes just getting more and more comfortable with everything, Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist said to the New York Daily News. Coming here from Russia, its a big change culture-wise and language and the way we play the game. So hes just getting more comfortable. Hes going to be a great player here. Fun to watch him play, too.As weird as it sounds, the Rangers didnt feel great after their latest five-goal performance. The game was tied 2-2 midway through the second period before the Rangers blitzed the Jets for three quick goals, then held on tight during the third period and didnt muster a shot on net.That is becoming normal for the Rangers -- scoring five goals, winning by three and not feeling as if they played well.We definitely have got to be careful of starting to cheat and getting away from the way we want to play, Rangers defenseman Marc Staal told the Daily News on Sunday. I thought for stretches last night and tonight we started stretching the zone a little bit and started looking for things that werent there. So as a group weve got to make sure we buckle back down, start playing the way we need to play defensively to create those opportunities in the right way.The Canucks, meanwhile, are in a tailspin that has no signs of ending.After starting 4-0-0, Vancouver has lost nine consecutive games, including a 4-2 defeat to the New York Islanders on Monday night. So not only are the Canucks playing some of the worst hockey in the NHL, but they get to play a Rangers team that has been off since Sunday.The Canucks held a brief early lead against the Islanders and were tied at 2 in the third period before the Islanders struck for two goals in less than two minutes to put the game away.First two periods, we played good hockey, Canucks goaltender Ryan Miller said. Then they get weird bounces and take the game. Its frustrating right now.The Canucks (4-8-1) are 0-8-1 in their past nine games. The last time they lost 10 in a row was from Oct. 23-Nov. 11, 1997, so it is almost the 18-year anniversary of their futility.Three of their goals, our guys go to block them and they end up in favorable situations, Miller said to the Vancouver Sun. We have to find ways to rise up when games unfold that way.The way the Rangers are playing lately, overcoming bounces and a superior opponent wont be easy. Reggie White Womens Jersey . Both players have lower body injuries that will keep them out of the lineup until at least January 31, which is the first game they can be activated from IR. Mike Quick Jersey .C. -- Rodney Hood connected from all over the court while freshman Jabari Parker was busy swatting shots and scoring in transition. http://www.theeaglesshoponline.com/Youth-Dallas-Goedert-Eagles-Jersey/ . 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These are big, strong, athletic guys flying around out there.Others believe theres more to it.Following the game, Andy Reid downplayed the notion that the field had any role in the injuries, even though starting quarterback Alex Smith appeared to get injured a second time when his head slammed into the ground. Smith did not return and reporters were told he was out with a concussion, something Reid confirmed during his postgame news conference.On Monday, Chiefs head trainer Rick Burkholder clarified what happened, explaining Smith passed the concussion test twice and never actually was diagnosed with a concussion. Still, Reid was asked again about whether the playing surface at Indianapolis (3-5) could have had anything to do with the head injuries.Indys retractable roof stadium is 8 years old and there have been few complaints about the FieldTurf Classic surface that was installed when the stadium opened. Last September, Sports Illustrated ranked the field No. 13 in the league and described the surface as popular because it was designed for softness and durability and reduced the splash of rubber pellets.Stadium director Mike Fox said the NFL requires fields to be tested before each game and Lucas Oil generally grades out on the softer, or safer, end of the spectrum.Even though we are on our original turf, our numbers are well within the requirements of the league and are consistently among the best in the NFL, Fox said Monday. We test our turf every week before the game, as required by the NFL.This isnt the first time Kansas City has had a problem in Indy .On their last trip to Lucas Oil Stadium, a playoff game in January 2014, the Chiefss lost two key players with head injuries -- running back Jamaal Charles and cornerback Brandon Flowers -- and blew a 28-point lead.ddddddddddddWe havent had a lot of luck on that turf, Reid said. Jamaal had his situation, Flowers had the same situation. Im not sure what the record shows of it.Still, Reid believes Sundays injuries were more a result of bad luck and big hits, some that may have gone over the line in an already dangerous game.Smith, for instance, left on the games opening possession after appearing to take a helmet-to-helmet hit from linebacker Edwin Jackson as he slid to a stop. No penalty was called, to the dismay of the Chiefs. Doctors, Reid said, then cleared Smith to return when they determined a cut ear affected his equilibrium.Two quarters later, Smith departed again, this time when Clayton Geathers appeared to jam the head of the sliding quarterback into the turf. Again, no penalty.But Smith was hardly alone.Kansas City running back Spencer Ware did not play in the second half, Colts cornerback Vontae Davis left after apparently taking a shot in the end zone from a teammate, and Indianapolis right tackle Joe Reitz departed in the second half -- all three with concussions.Pretty good game, guys were slammed around a little bit, Reid said afterward.But rather than looking for explanations, both coaches seemed more concerned with getting back to work and making sure all these guys come back healthy.Its unfortunate, Pagano said. You dont ever want to see anybody get hurt on either team.Game notes Pagano acknowledged left guard Jack Mewhort (triceps) had a setback during practice last Wednesday and thats why Mewhort was inactive against Kansas City. He wouldnt say whether Mewhort could return this week. ... Asked about the retirement of Andre Johnson, who played for the Colts last season and attended the University of Miami when Pagano was an assistant there, Pagano said he had an unbelievable career.---AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and AP NFL Twitter feed: http://twitter.com/AP-NFL ' ' '