Rangers' Gaborik has 'right' attitude

The Marian Gaborik-at-left-wing experiment is over for the New York Rangers for now, according to Larry Brooks of the New York Post.

After spending the first 10 games of the season on the left side of a line with Rick Nash and center Brad Richards, Gaborik was back on the right wing (with Richards and Taylor Pyatt) for the second consecutive game during the Blueshirts' shootout win at the Boston Bruins on Tuesday.

A day after admitting to Brooks that he's "more comfortable on the right side," the Slovakian sniper registered a team-high four shots in Boston -- not that that means the switch will be permanent. "Lines change here all the time," Gaborik told the paper. "Might change again in a heartbeat.”