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How many rostered players were on the ice for opening night 2016-17

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Jean-Paul Denis - 1924
Clint Albright - 1926
Mark Pavelich - 1958
Eric Lindros - 1973
Ryan Vandenbussche - 1973

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BRIAN CULLEN
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Rangers Fall To Leafs
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ - October 28, 2007

by Toby Ivey

Coming off an emotional 2-0 win over the New Jersey Devils, it was up to the Rangers to finally build some momentum against another struggling team. The Toronto Maple Leafs were under pressure from their fan base, from the GM on down, but it was the Rangers who caved to the pressure despite playing well through much of the first half of the game.

Despite leading 1-0 on a classic Jaromir Jagr Ranger goal, it was the Leafs who would take the momentum simply by throwing the puck at the net. A Pavel Kubina shot from the point found it's way through Henrik Lundqvist, and the Leafs added two more in the second to take the game away from the home team.

Turning Point
With the Rangers in control of the game, Pavel Kubina through a puck at the net from the blueline that was screened by Mats Sundin and perhaps tipped by Fedor Tyutin. The puck ended up in the net, and the Leafs who had been dead, came back to life and stretched out to a 3-1 lead in the second.

Offense
Jaromir Jagr was probably the best forward for the Rangers, and his goal was one of his classic play. Driving to the net with a defender on him, Jagr roofed the shot, easily beating Toskala for the goal.

After that, it was pretty much business as usual for the Rangers offense. Time and time again the shots went into Toskala and not into the net. As with the defense, the intensity dropped after the Rangers gave up the game tying goal.

Defense
The Rangers defense started well, but a goal against the run of play turned that performance into more of a scramble. The intensity level dropped and the Rangers backcheckers did not put on the necessary pressure to cover for Lundqvist's handling mistake on the second goal, and the pairing of Tyutin and Girardi allowed Antropov to setup in front of the net for the easy tip-in on the third.

Goaltending
In many ways, Henrik Lundqvist contributed to the Rangers demise when he went behind the net to play the puck, but panicked and let go a soft pass that the Leafs picked off and ultimately scored off of. Aside from that one play, Lundqvist was pretty sharp all night, and couldn't be really faulted on the other two given up.

Special Teams
The Rangers went 0 for 3 on the power play, but really missed an opportunity to draw power plays against the most penalized team in the league. For the most part the Blueshirts didn't force the issue and so Toronto got away easy.

On the PK the Rangers were 2 for 2, killing off two Nigel Dawes penalties.

Milestones and Notes
The Rangers lost their first game of the season after scoring the first goal of the game.

Starting Lines
Hossa - Gomez - Jagr
Dawes - Drury - Shanahan
Prucha - Dubinsky - Hollweg
Orr - Betts - Strudwick

Tyutin-Girardi
Malik-Rozsival
Staal-Mara

Lundqvist
Valiquette

Sean Avery - Injured (shoulder)
Ryan Callahan - Injured (knee)
Thomas Pock - Healthy Scratch
Martin Straka - Injured (finger)

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