Quick Hits

Quick Hits – January 31, 2017

In this edition of Quick Hits, we’ll be looking at how Henrik Lundqvist reclaimed the crown he probably never actually lost in the first place, and why that’s so important for the Rangers’ playoff hopes. And of course, some other stuff, too. As always, down below you’ll find a table with all the Rangers’ stats […]


NYR 4, NJD 3 (OT) – Rangers Cast Out Devils in Overtime

8-1-1 in their last ten games, the Rangers invaded Newark Saturday night to take on the New Jersey Devils who were just 4-4-2 in their last ten. Having won both prior contests against their cross-river rivals, the Rangers looked to take a commanding lead in the season series, though it wouldn’t come easy. From the drop […]


NYR 2, TOR 1 (SO) – Rangers Control Play and The King Slams the Door

The Rangers (38-19-2, 78 points) visited Toronto (28-20-11, 67 points), their third-straight opponent that currently owns an Eastern Conference playoff position, looking to rebound from their disappointing overtime loss to Carey Price and the Canadiens. While the Blueshirts outplayed the Leafs from the drop of the puck, it took them until the third period to […]


NYR 2, MTL 3 (SO) – Rangers Earn Point Against Phenomenal Price

2/21/2017 38-19-2 MTL 3, NYR 2 (SO) (Home) Game | Event | Play-by-Play | FO Sum. | FO Comp. | TOI – NYR | TOI – MTL | Shot Report | Shift Chart As much as Sunday’s matinee tilt against the Capitals felt like a playoff game, tonight’s game against the Atlantic-leading Canadiens (31-20-8, 70 points) lacked a […]


NYR 2, NYI 4: Momentary Lapses Spoil Solid Effort

2/16/2017 37-19-1 NYI 4, NYR 2 (Away) Game | Event | Play-by-Play | FO Sum. | FO Comp. | TOI – NYR | TOI – NYI | Shot Report | Shift Chart Looking for their seventh-straight win, the Rangers visited an Islanders team in Brooklyn Thursday night that has earned points in seven of its last ten, working […]

J.T. Miller by Lisa Gansky

J.T. Miller, True Ranger, Leading New York’s Hottest Line

For the Rangers, who have used balanced scoring depth for success through the first half of the year, the line of Chris Kreider, Derek Stepan, and Mats Zuccarello has emerged as a legitimate first line. But, sneakily, considering the smaller names and smaller contracts, New York’s “third line”,—if you dare call them that—of J.T. Miller, […]