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Thursday - December 2nd

Frank Seravalli The Daily Faceoff put together a list of the top 15 trade targets as we close out the second month. Amongst the list is former Ranger J.T. Miller, whom is among several Canucks players that might become available given their start to the season.

There's a lot working against this one though, especially with the Rangers now talking to Strome about an extension. While Miller can also play wing as well as center, the challenge will likely be trying to fit the $5.25M salary into the roster for next year, not to mention what they would do after next season when he becomes a UFA.

The 28 year old forward (29 in March), certainly has done well in Vancouver, putting up nearly a point a game (141 points in 146 games), and could well want out if the Canucks decide to rebuild. Alternatively, the Canucks might want to keep much of their current team, and certainly someone who has been such a good fit there.

Igor Shesterkin 12/3
Left the ice without being able to put weight on his leg, did not look good
Greg McKegg 12/2
Placed in league's COVID protocol
Sammy Blais 11/16
Blais will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn ACL

Question Of The Day

August 19th, 2021

Earlier this year the Rangers won by a margin of nine goals as they beat the Flyers 9-0. How many times has the margin been bigger?

Read the submissions so far and see if you can come up with the best caption for today's photo

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2014-15 ~ 2013-14
2012-13 ~ 2011-12
2010-11 ~ 2009-10


Noel Price - 1935
Petr Nedved - 1971


  Born: Dec 23 - 1979  
  Position: Center  
  Games Played: 158  
  Goals: 32  
  Assists: 96  
  Points: 128  
  Penalty Minutes: 96  
Ryan Lindgren scored his first of the year to tie the game

200 Seconds Later
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 6:05:22 PM - October 23, 2021

The New York Rangers pulled off their second Canadian heist in lest than a week, turning a 2-0 deficit with less than five and a half minutes left, into a 3-2 regulation victory and extend their winning streak to four games.  Barclay Goodrow sealed the win with his second goal in two games, capping a comeback that started 200 seconds earlier and saw the Rangers score a rare power play goal, and the first of the season for Ryan Lindgren.

With the Rangers heading back to New York after the game, Gerard Gallant elected to hand the netminding duties over to Alexandar Georgiev for his first action since the opening night loss to the Capitals.  With ten days since his last game, Georgiev would have probably preferred a couple of warm up shots, rather than an odd-man rush for his first shot.

Nick Paul would convert for the Senators off that rush, beating the Rangers netminder high to the glove side with less than a minute gone in the game.  He rebounded nicely though, and made several solid saves through the next 40 minutes to take the Rangers through to the second intermission.

The Senators would extend their lead to 2-0 early in the third when Josh Norris picked off a puck at the Senators blueline and used Patrik Nemeth as a screen on a shot that Georgiev misplayed on the kick save.

Late in the third the Rangers finally broke through when Chris Kreider slid the puck past a prone Matt Murray for his fourth of the season to get the Rangers on the board.  The play also turned out pivotal for the Senators, who lost their starting netminder in what appeared to be contact with Kreider's knee.

Just over a minute later with the teams skating 4 on 4 following a trip on Jacob Trouba and an embellishment call to Tim Stutzle, Adam Fox fed his partner driving to the net for the tying goal.  The Rangers capped the comeback when Barclay Goodrow deflected a long range shot by Sammy Blais past replacement netminder Anton Forsberg for the Rangers' first lead of the game with 2:03 remaining in regulation.

Twenty Thoughts:

  1. Barclay Goodrow now has a two game goal scoring streak, having scored an empty-net goal in Nashville two nights ago

  2. Chris Kreider scored his team leading fourth goal of the season, and third on the power play.  He has recorded all three of the Rangers power play goals this season, all from in front of the net

  3. After seemingly scoring his first goal of the year last game, only for it to be overturned on an offside call, Ryan Lindgren made this one count

  4. Sammy Blais now has three assists in the last two games, with a primary assist on each of the game winning goals

  5. Jacob Trouba picked up his first point of the season, a secondary assist on Goodrow's goal

  6. This was Georgiev's 98th regular season goal, which tied him with Bod Froese and Jacques Plante for 18th all time on the Rangers

  7. The Rangers scored three goals on netminders for the first time this season, and equalled their season high output of three goals that they achieved three times on this road trip

  8. You have to go back to March 2015 for the last time the Rangers won four or more consecutive games on a road trip

  9. Both Blais and Trouba picked up fighting majors in the game, marking the first fighting majors of the season for the Rangers

  10. Is that a power play goal?  Why yes, the Rangers scored their third power play goal on their 23rd power play this season

  11. On the penalty kill, the Rangers kept their hot streak going, killing off all four short handed opportunities for the Senators.  The Rangers have now killed 14 straight and finished the road trip with a perfect 14 for 14 after giving up 4 on their first 7.  They have now moved up to 16th in the league

  12. It's early in the season, and the Rangers have played more games than most teams, but there they were at the top of the Eastern Conference

  13. The Rangers now have two wins out of their last three visits to the Canadian capital, having lost the previous five straight

  14. The Rangers have held their opponents to 2 or fewer goals in regulation in five straight games now, they are 4-0-1 in that span

  15. The last time the Rangers started with 9+ points in their first six gamess was in 2009-10 when they started the year 7-1-0

  16. Trailing 1-0 after two periods, the Rangers came back to win the game for the first time this year.  They'd lost the only previous gave that they trailed in the second intermission to Washington

  17. This was the team's first win of the season when trailing first, they now have a 1-1-1 record on the season

  18. Faceoffs remain an issue, the Rangers looked good early but ended up losing again in the faceoff circle, finishing 18 of 45 or 40%

  19. The Rangers had 18 of their shot attempts blocked and a further 11 missed the net, compared to the Senators 13 attempts blocked and a similar 11 missing

  20. Paul Bissonette wondered allowed on Twitter whether Chris Kreider's contact with Matt Murray was accidental


Profile of the Author:
Has been an active follower of the New York Rangers since the 1996-97 season. Began in 2001, and has continued to collect data and provide analysis on the team through to the current day.

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December 8th, 2021
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FIRST PERIOD: 1. COL Rantanen (Kadri,Toews) COL 1-0   2. NYR Trouba (Panarin,Reaves) Tied 1-1   3. NYR Lundkvist (Chytil,Trouba) NYR 2-1    SECOND PERIOD: 4. COL Mackinnon (Landeskog,Girard) Tied 2-2   5. COL Kadri (Makar,Nichushkin) COL 3-2   6. COL Newhook (Girard,Toews) COL 4-2   7. COL O'connor (Kadri,Macdermid) COL 5-2   8. COL O'connor (unassisted) COL 6-2    THIRD PERIOD: 9. NYR Chytil (LAFRENIÈRE,Miller) NYR 3-6   10. COL Rantanen (Johnson,Aube-kubel) COL 7-3   
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