"That's one thing I think we can take out of this. We've been with each other 24/7 the past two weeks, so we've definitely bonded as a team. We got to know the new guys better and they definitely got to know the rest of the guys on the team better. We can take that out of it, and that's good for the experience."
-- Ryan Callahan
The trip was 13 nights if you include taxiing into Terminal B at Newark Liberty International Airport at 3 o'clock Sunday morning.
boarded their gigantic Delta 767 charter plane six times, including twice on Oct. 2, the day they woke up in Sweden, played in Slovakia and went to bed in Switzerland.
They traveled approximately 10,800 miles, or 17,350 kilometers, starting with their trip to Philadelphia on Sept. 26.
The Rangers didn't win either of their two games in the 2011 Compuware NHL Premiere, but at least they gained two points in the standings and an experience that will never be forgotten.