As they pack their bags for the summer break, Rangers players are reflecting on what was a roller coaster season.
Players say their ride to the Stanley Cup Final brought the team together.
Even though they fell to the Kings, they say they're ready to do it all again next season.
"A lot to be happy for, but right now it's still a big disappointment obviously, not winning," said Rangers goal tender Henrik Lundqvist.
"Going through the pain of, of losing and putting that in the perspective of 'at the end of the day, you could say we had a pretty good year anyway,'" said Rangers Head Coach Alain Vigneault.
"I think each year you play, I think your drive gets bigger and bigger and I think, you know, this group has been close and certainly you know that drive's gonna be there next year for sure," said Rangers center Derek Stepan.
Meanwhile, the Kings celebrated their victory with a parade in L.A. Monday.
It's their second Cup in three years.