It's win or go home for the Rangers at the Garden tonight.
The blue shirts are down three games to none heading into Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final.
They were shut out on home ice in Game 3 Monday night.
They need to win four straight games in order to win the Cup.
Only four other NHL teams have ever come back from an 0-3 hole to win a playoff series. That includes the Kings, who came all the way back against the Sharks in the first round of this year's playoffs.
"I think both teams know it's possible to turn this around. They've done it and we know we can do it. It's not like we've been outplayed here," said Rangers Goalie Henrik Lundqvist.
"We're facing the exact same situation we were against Pittsburgh. We lose, we're done. So if we don't want to be done, we gotta win," said Rangers Coach Alain Vigneault.
Meanwhile, Rangers fans across the city say they're ready.
"The Kings came back from 3-nil and the Rangers came back from 3-1. It's just one game at a time," said one Rangers fan.
"You get that first game and things start rolling as you never know," said another Rangers fan.
"I usually don't believe in miracles but it's going to take a miracle to win four in a row," noted a third Rangers fan.
Game 4 is set for 8 p.m.
If the Rangers win, Game 5 would be played Friday night in Los Angeles.