The Rangers play their 39th game of the 2018-19 season tonight, Jan. 2, against the Pittsburgh Penguins in a Metropolitan Division matchup at Madison Square Garden (7:00 p.m. ET - TV: NBCSN, Radio: ESPN 98.7 FM). The Blueshirts have won each of their last two games. In addition, the Rangers have earned at least one point in each of their last four games, in nine of their last 11 games, and in 20 of the last 27 games.
RANGERS VS. PENGUINS
All-Time: 128-110-23-14 (71-52-9-7 at home; 57-58-14-7 on the road)
2018-19: Tonight's game is the first of four meetings between the Rangers and Penguins, and the first of two meetings between the two teams at MSG. Following tonight's game, the Rangers and Penguins will face each other on the following dates: Feb. 17 (at Pittsburgh), Mar. 25 (at MSG), Apr. 6 (at Pittsburgh).
2017-18: The Rangers posted a 2-1-1 record (1-0-1 at home; 1-1-0 on the road). Three of the four contests were decided by one goal, and two of the four contests were decided in overtime. Chris Kreider led the Rangers in assists (four), points (five), and plus/minus rating (plus-four) while playing in three of four games during the season series, while Mika Zibanejad and Pavel Buchnevicheach tallied three points (two goals, one assist). The Rangers were 4-for-12 (33.3%) on the power play and 10-for-12 (83.3%) on the penalty kill in the four games.
The Rangers have earned at least one point in 17 of their last 23 games against the Penguins, dating back to Apr. 3, 2013 (11-6-6 record over the span). In addition, New York has earned at least one point in five of its last six games against Pittsburgh, dating back to Mar. 31, 2017 (3-1-2 record).
Five of the last six meetings between the Rangers and Penguins have been decided by one goal, and three of those six contests have been decided in either overtime or a shootout. In addition, nine of the last 22 meetings between the two teams have been decided in either overtime or a shootout.
The Rangers have recorded six power play goals in their last six games against the Penguins (6-for-15; 40.0%). The Blueshirts have also tallied 17 power play goals in their last 23 contests against Pittsburgh (17-for-71; 23.9% over the span).
Brian Leetch is the Rangers' all-time leader in games played (72), assists (70), and points (89) against the Penguins. Jean Ratelle is the Rangers' all-time leader in goals against Pittsburgh (23), while Brad Park has posted the best plus/minus rating of any Ranger against the Penguins (plus-38 in 31 games).
Henrik Lundqvist is the Rangers' all-time leader in appearances (63) and wins (29) against the Penguins. Since he entered the NHL in 2005-06, Lundqvist has earned more wins against the Penguins than any other goaltender in the league. In addition, Lundqvist's 29 career wins against the Penguins are the fourth-most any NHL goaltender has earned against the franchise (Martin Brodeur - 48; Rogie Vachon - 34; Tony Esposito - 30), and his 63 appearances are tied for the third-most any goaltender has made against Pittsburgh (Martin Brodeur - 84; Rogie Vachon - 64; John Vanbiesbrouck - 63).
Glen Sather played parts of two seasons with the Penguins (1969-70 and 1970-71).
Derick Brassard played parts of four seasons with the Rangers (2012-13 - 2015-16) and helped the Rangers advance to the Stanley Cup Final in 2013-14.
Matt Cullen played one season with the Rangers (2006-07).
Zach Aston-Reese is a native of Staten Island, New York.
Mike Sullivan served as an Assistant Coach with the Rangers for four seasons (2009-10 - 2012-13). Sullivan was selected by the Rangers in the fourth round (69th overall) of the 1987 NHL Entry Draft.
Greg Brown played part of one season with the Penguins (1993-94).
David Quinn and Mike Sullivan were teammates at Boston University for two seasons (1986-87 and 1987-88; Quinn did not play in 1987-88 due to injury). In addition, Quinn and Sullivan were members of the same coaching staff with the United States at the 2007 IIHF World Championship.
Chris Kreider, Kevin Hayes, and Brian Dumoulin were all teammates at Boston College for two seasons (2010-11 and 2011-12); the three players helped Boston College win the National Championship in 2011-12, and Greg Brown was the team's Assistant Coach. Kreider and Dumoulin were teammates at Boston College for three seasons (2009-10 - 2011-12) and helped the school win two National Championships (2009-10 and 2011-12); Brown was an Assistant Coach at the school for all three of those seasons.
Chris Kreider and Brian Dumoulin helped the United States earn a bronze medal at the 2011 IIHF World Junior Championship.
Brendan Smith and Riley Sheahan were teammates in the Red Wings organization for parts of six seasons (2011-12 - 2016-17).
Fredrik Claesson and Derick Brassard were teammates with the Senators for parts of two seasons (2016-17 and 2017-18).
Mika Zibanejad and Derek Grant were teammates in Ottawa's organization (either with Ottawa or with the Binghamton Senators of the AHL) for parts of two seasons (2012-13 - 2013-14).
Neal Pionk and Jake Guentzel were teammates with the Sioux City Musketeers of the United States Hockey League (USHL) for part of one season (2012-13).
Vladislav Namestnikov and Olli Maatta were teammates with the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) for one season (2011-12) and helped the Knights win the OHL Championship.
Brendan Smith and Justin Schultz were teammates at the University of Wisconsin for one season (2009-10).
Henrik Lundqvist and Sidney Crosby were both selected to the NHL's All-Rookie Team in 2005-06.
Henrik Lundqvist and Evgeni Malkin were both selected to the NHL's First All-Star Team in 2011-12, while Lundqvist and Kris Letang were both selected to the NHL's Second All-Star Team in 2012-13.
Henrik Lundqvist and Patric Hornqvist have represented Sweden in several tournaments, including the 2010 Winter Olympics, the 2008 IIHF World Championship, and the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.
Marc Staal and Kris Letang helped Canada win a gold medal at the IIHF World Junior Championship in two consecutive years (2006 and 2007).
Mika Zibanejad and Patric Hornqvist helped Sweden win a gold medal at the 2018 IIHF World Championship.
Ryan Strome, Tanner Pearson, and Jamie Oleksiak all helped Canada earn a bronze medal at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship.
Chris Kreider, Kevin Shattenkirk, and Jack Johnson represented the United States at the 2011 IIHF World Championship.
Vladislav Namestnikov and Evgeni Malkin represented Russia at the 2016 World Cup of Hockey.
Phil Kessel was selected by Boston in the first round (fifth overall) of the 2006 NHL Entry Draft; Boston's Interim General Manager was Jeff Gorton.
David Quinn has coached Phil Kessel with the United States in several tournaments, including the 2004 World U17 Hockey Challenge, the 2005 IIHF World Junior Championship, and the 2007 IIHF World Championship.
David Quinn coached Phil Kessel and Jack Johnson at both the 2004 World U17 Hockey Challenge and the 2007 IIHF World Championship. Quinn and Mike Sullivan both coached Kessel and Johnson in 2007.
Kevin Shattenkirk and Phil Kessel represented the United States at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Marc Staal, Sidney Crosby, and Jack Johnson were all selected in the first round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft. Of the 30 players selected in the first round of the 2005 NHL Entry Draft, Staal and Crosby are only two of four players who are still playing for the team that drafted them (Carey Price - Montreal; Anze Kopitar - Los Angeles).
Ryan Strome, Mika Zibanejad, Vladislav Namestnikov, and Jamie Oleksiak were all selected in the first round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
Brady Skjei, Olli Maatta, and Tanner Pearson were all selected in the first round of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
Pavel Buchnevich and Jake Guentzel were both selected in the third round of the 2013 NHL Entry Draft (Buchnevich - 75th overall by the Rangers; Guentzel - 77th overall by Pittsburgh).
Kevin Hayes and Riley Sheahan were both selected in the first round of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.
Marc Staal and Matt Murray are both natives of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Adam McQuaid and Mark Recchi helped the Bruins win the Stanley Cup in 2010-11.
Greg Brown and Bill Guerin were teammates at Boston College for two seasons (1988-89 and 1989-90).
Mika Zibanejad and Sergei Gonchar were teammates with the Senators for parts of two seasons (2011-12 and 2012-13).
Sergei Gonchar was coached by Lindy Ruff for parts of two seasons with the Stars (2013-14 and 2014-15) and by Jim Schoenfeld for parts of three seasons with the Capitals (1994-95 - 1996-97).
Lindy Ruff was one of Sidney Crosby's Assistant Coaches with Team Canada when Canada won a gold medal at the 2010 Winter Olympics and the 2014 Winter Olympics. Jim Ramsay was Team Canada's Athletic Trainer in both tournaments.
Jake Guentzel and former Ranger (and current Director of Player Development) Jed Ortmeyer are two of three players in NHL history who were born in Nebraska.
INDIVIDUAL CAREER STATISTICS VS. PENGUINS
Henrik Lundqvist - 63 GP, 29-23-11, 2.53 GAA, .913 SV%, 4 SO - Lundqvist has appeared in more games against the Penguins than against any other opponent in his NHL career. Lundqvist has helped the Rangers earn at least one point in 13 of his last 18 appearances against Pittsburgh, dating back to Apr. 3, 2013 (7-5-6 record, 2.65 GAA, .916 SV%, 2 SO over the span). Lundqvist's 63 career appearances against the Penguins are tied for the third-most any NHL goaltender has made since Pittsburgh entered the NHL in 1967-68 (Martin Brodeur - 84; Rogie Vachon - 64; John Vanbiesbrouck - 63). In addition, Lundqvist's 29 career wins against the Penguins are the fourth-most any NHL goaltender has earned against Pittsburgh since 1967-68 (Martin Brodeur - 48; Rogie Vachon - 34; Tony Esposito - 30).
Alexandar Georgiev - 1 GP, 1-0-0, 2.87 GAA, .925 SV% - Georgiev made 37 saves, and stopped Evgeni Malkin on a penalty shot, to earn a win against the Penguins on Mar. 14, 2018 at MSG.
Vladislav Namestnikov - 10 GP, 4-7-11 - Namestnikov has registered a point in eight of 10 career games against Pittsburgh, and he has recorded more assists and points against the Penguins than against any other opponent in his NHL career.
Mats Zuccarello - 27 GP, 4-14-18 - Zuccarello has recorded 15 points (four goals, 11 assists) in his last 21 contests against the Penguins.
Chris Kreider - 19 GP, 4-8-12 - Kreider established a single-game career-high with four points (one goal, three assists) in his last game against Pittsburgh on Mar. 14, 2018 at MSG. He has tallied 11 points (four goals, seven assists) in his last 12 games against the Penguins.
Mika Zibanejad - 14 GP, 4-5-9 - Zibanejad has registered nine points (four goals, five assists) in his last 11 games against Pittsburgh, including six points (two goals, four assists) in his last six contests and five points (two goals, three assists) in his last four games against the Penguins.
Kevin Hayes - 15 GP, 3-4-7 - Hayes has recorded four points (one goal, assists) in his last eight games against Pittsburgh.
Kevin Shattenkirk - 12 GP, 2-4-6 - Shattenkirk has registered a point in five of his last seven games against Pittsburgh (one goal, four assists).
Jesper Fast - 16 GP, 3-3-6 - Fast has tallied a goal/point in two of the last three games against the Penguins (two goals), and he has also notched six points (three goals, three assists) in his last 12 games against Pittsburgh.
Brendan Smith - 14 GP, 2-2-4 - Smith has notched a point in each of his last two games against Pittsburgh (one goal, one assist).
Neal Pionk - 1 GP, 0-3-3 - Pionk established single-game career-highs with three assists and three points against the Penguins on Mar. 14, 2018 at MSG.
Pavel Buchnevich - 6 GP, 2-1-3 - Buchnevich has recorded a point in three of the last four games against the Penguins (two goals, one assist).
"I think he's going to be a terrific coach in the NHL. I couldn't be more thrilled for him for the opportunity he's been given. He's a real good hockey mind. He's another one of those guys that is a student of the game. I think he understands today's athletes, having dealt with the college-aged kids for the number of years that he's been there (at Boston University). But, he also has pro experience … he was with the Colorado Avalanche's organization for a number of years, both as a head coach in Lake Erie and an Assistant Coach in Colorado, so he does have some pro experience to draw on. I think Quinny's greatest strength is his communication skills and his ability to build relationships. When you look at the situation that the Rangers are in right now … I couldn't think of a better guy that's up to that task." - Pittsburgh Penguins Head Coach Mike Sullivan (in the summer of 2018) on Rangers Head Coach David Quinn (Credit: NHL Network)
CONNECTING THE DOTS
Several Rangers players have connections with fellow members of the Blueshirts and/or members of the team's coaching staff in addition to being teammates with the Rangers:
Pavel Buchnevich and Alexandar Georgiev were teammates while representing Russia in international competition during the 2014-15 season.
Fredrik Claesson and Mika Zibanejad were teammates with several teams prior to joining the Rangers:
The two were teammates in Sweden with Djurgardens' U18 team, U20 team in SuperElit, and professional team in the SHL over the course of three seasons (2009-10 - 2011-12).
Zibanejad and Claesson helped Sweden earn a gold medal at the 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship.
Claesson and Zibanejad were both selected by the Ottawa Senators in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft and were teammates in the Senators' organization (either with Ottawa or with Ottawa's American Hockey League (AHL) team, the Binghamton Senators) for parts of three seasons (2012-13 - 2013-14; 2015-16).
Fredrik Claesson and Jesper Fast represented Sweden in several tournaments over the course of three seasons (2009-10 - 2011-12).
Kevin Hayes and Chris Kreider were teammates at Boston College for two seasons (2010-11 and 2011-12) and won the National Championship in 2011-12.
Greg Brown was either an Assistant Coach or Associate Head Coach at Boston College throughout Hayes' and Kreider's tenures at the school.
Kevin Hayes and Brady Skjei represented the United States at the 2017 IIHF World Championship.
Kevin Hayes and Jimmy Vesey were friends while growing up in Massachusetts.
Chris Kreider and Neal Pionk helped the United States earn a bronze medal at the 2018 IIHF World Championship.
Chris Kreider and Kevin Shattenkirk represented the United States at the 2011 IIHF World Championship.
Cody McLeod and Kevin Shattenkirk were teammates with the Avalanche for part of the 2010-11 season.
Cody McLeod was coached by David Quinn with the Avalanche during the 2012-13 season (Quinn was an Assistant Coach with Colorado).
Adam McQuaid and Marc Staal were teammates with the Sudbury Wolves of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) for four seasons (2003-04 - 2006-07).
David Oliver held several roles throughout the Avalanche organization for 10 seasons during Cody McLeod's tenure with the team (2007-08 - 2016-17). Oliver was the General Manager of Colorado's American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Lake Erie Monsters, during McLeod's only season in Lake Erie in 2007-08.
Kevin Shattenkirk was coached by David Quinn on several teams throughout his career before Quinn became the Rangers Head Coach:
Quinn was an Associate Head Coach at Boston University for two seasons while Shattenkirk attended the school (2007-08 and 2008-09), and Boston University won the National Championship in 2008-09.
Quinn was Shattenkirk's first Head Coach in professional hockey, as he coached Shattenkirk for parts of two seasons (2009-10 and 2010-11) with the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League (AHL).
David Oliver served as the Avalanche's Director of Player Development for two seasons (2009-10 and 2010-11) while Kevin Shattenkirk was in the organization. Shattenkirk made his professional hockey debut in 2009-10 and his NHL debut with Colorado in 2010-11.
Kevin Shattenkirk and Brendan Smith were both selected in the first round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft (Shattenkirk - 14th overall by Colorado; Smith - 27th overall by Detroit).
Kevin Shattenkirk is a native of New Rochelle, New York. He was a Rangers fan growing up, and his favorite player was Brian Leetch.
Kevin Shattenkirk was coached by Rangers TV/Radio Analyst Dave Maloney when he was in high school.
Brady Skjei was coached by David Quinn at the 2016 IIHF World Championship (Quinn was an Assistant Coach with Team USA).
Brady Skjei was coached by Greg Brown at the 2014 IIHF World Junior Championship (Brown was an Assistant Coach with Team USA).
Ryan Strome and Mika Zibanejad were selected with back-to-back picks in the first round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft (Strome - fifth overall by the NY Islanders; Zibanejad - sixth overall by Ottawa). Vladislav Namestnikov was also selected in the first round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
HOME SWEET HOME
The Rangers have earned at least one point in each of the last seven home games, in 14 of the last 15 home games, in 15 of the last 17 home games, and in 16 of the last 19 home games. The Blueshirts have only lost four games in regulation at home this season (11-4-5 record in 20 games at MSG). The Rangers' four regulation losses at home are tied for the second-fewest in the NHL in 2018-19. New York is tied for sixth in the NHL in points at home this season (27).
Including team goals awarded for a shootout win, the Blueshirts have registered three or more goals in nine of the last 11 games, in 20 of the last 28 games, and in 25 of 38 games this season. The Rangers are tied for seventh in the NHL in games with three or more goals in 2018-19.
ONE AND WON
Each of the Blueshirts' last four games, six of their last eight games, and 20 of the team's 38 games this season have been decided by one goal. The Rangers have posted a 10-3-7 record in one-goal games in 2018-19. The Blueshirts are tied for seventh in the NHL in wins in one-goal games this season.
Rangers defensemen have tallied 15 goals over the last 25 contests. At least one Rangers defenseman has recorded a goal in five of the last 11 games, in seven of the last 15 contests, and in 13 of the last 25 games.
IN REAL TIME
The Blueshirts rank fifth in the NHL in blocked shots (614) and rank sixth in the NHL in hits (976) this season. The Rangers are the only NHL team that ranks sixth or higher in the league in both categories in 2018-19. New York has registered at least 20 hits in 32 of 38 games this season. In addition, the Blueshirts have registered 15 or more blocked shots in 26 of 38 games in 2018-19.
Only nine NHL rookies 20 years old or younger have tallied 13 or more points this season, and the Rangers are the only NHL team that has two of those players (Chytil and Howden). In addition, the Rangers are one of three NHL teams that have at least two rookies (of any age) who have tallied 13 or more points this season (Chytil and Howden). Prior to 2018-19, the last time the Rangers had two rookies 20 years old or younger who recorded 13 or more points in the same season was 1987-88 (Brian Leetch and Ulf Dahlen).
WHAT A LINE
The Chris Kreider-Mika Zibanejad-Jesper Fast line registered 10 points on Dec. 29 at Nashville (three goals, seven assists), and each player recorded at least three points in the contest. All three players recorded a point on the same goal for two of the Rangers' four goals in the game.
Henrik Lundqvist has earned a win in each of his last two appearances, and he has registered a 2.00 GAA and a .948 SV% (73 saves on 77 shots) in the two games. Lundqvist has made at least 30 saves in 18 of 29 appearances this season, and he has posted a .900 SV% or better in 22 of those 29 appearances. He ranks third among NHL goaltenders in games with a .900 SV% or better this season, and he is tied for second among NHL goaltenders in games with 30 or more saves in 2018-19. Lundqvist has earned at least one point in each of his last 11 appearances at MSG (6-0-5 record, 2.39 GAA, .926 SV% in the 11 contests).
HEY HEY HAYES
Kevin Hayes posted a career-high nine-game point streak from Dec. 8 at Florida to Dec. 29 at Nashville, and he recorded 16 points (five goals, 11 assists) over the span. Since Dec. 8, Hayes is tied for eighth in the NHL in points.
Chris Kreider enters the contest with a five-game point streak (five goals, three assists), and his five-game point streak is tied for his career-high. He has tallied a point in 12 of the Rangers' 17 wins this season, and the Blueshirts have posted a 12-3-5 record in games which he has tallied a point this season.
Marc Staal enters tomorrow's contest with 799 career NHL games played. He will become the 10th player (skaters and goaltenders included) in franchise history to appear in at least 800 games as a member of the Rangers.
Mats Zuccarello has tallied 223 assists in his NHL career, and he is two assists away from tying Anders Hedberg for the most assists by a Ranger who was born and trained outside of North America in franchise history.
RANGERS ALL-TIME ASSISTS LEADERS
20. Adam Graves
T-21. Dave Maloney
T-21. Anders Hedberg*
23. Bill Fairbairn
24. Mats Zuccarello
Mika Zibanejad established a single-game career-high with four assists and tied a single-game career-high with four points on Dec. 29 at Nashville. He became the first Ranger to tally four assists in a game since Artem Anisimov on Jan. 19, 2011 vs. Toronto.
The Rangers were 1-for-3 (5:22) on Dec. 31 at St. Louis.
The Blueshirts have recorded a power play goal in each of the last three games (3-for-6; 50.0%).
New York has recorded seven power play goals over the last eight games (7-for-24; 29.2%).
The Rangers have tallied a power play goal in 11 of the last 23 games (15-for-62; 24.2%); New York ranks eighth in the NHL in power play efficiency over the span (since Nov. 9).
The Rangers were 4-for-4 (8:00) on Dec. 31 at St. Louis.
The Blueshirts have killed off 16 of their opponents' 19 power play opportunities over the last six games (84.2%).
New York is tied for fifth in the NHL in shorthanded goals this season (five).
The Rangers rank eighth in the NHL in penalty kill efficiency at home this season (84.1%; 53-for-63).
Marc Staal - 1 game away from 800 in his NHL career/with the Rangers
Henrik Lundqvist - 2 wins away from tying Terry Sawchuk for sixth place on the NHL's all-time wins list (445); 3 appearances away from tying Jacques Plante for 12th place on the NHL's all-time appearances list (837); 143 saves away from tying John Vanbiesbrouck for eighth place on the NHL's all-time saves list (22,203)
Jimmy Vesey - 3 games away from 200 in his NHL career/with the Rangers
Jan. 1, 1975 - Rod Gilbert recorded his 20th goal of the 1974-75 season, marking the 10th time he reached the 20-goal plateau in his NHL career. Gilbert is the only Ranger who has tallied 20 or more goals in at least 10 different seasons with the franchise (12).
Jan. 1, 2018 - The Rangers won the 2018 NHL Winter Classic, defeating the Buffalo Sabres, 3-2, at Citi Field.
Jan. 2, 1934 - Butch Keeling registered two goals as the Rangers defeated the Montreal Canadiens, 3-2, at MSG.
Jan. 2, 1985 - John Vanbiesbrouck earned his first career NHL shutout, stopping all 21 shots he faced, as the Rangers defeated the Vancouver Canucks, 6-0, at MSG. Pierre Larouche, Steve Patrick, Mike Rogers, Peter Sundstrom, Tomas Sandstrom, Barry Beck, and Reijo Ruotsalainen each tallied two points in the contest.
Jan. 2, 1992 - Mike Richter made 44 saves and Mark Messier registered two goals as the Rangers defeated the Chicago Blackhawks, 4-3.
Jan. 2, 1997 - Mark Messier tallied three points (two goals, one assist), including the game-winning goal with 3:30 remaining in regulation as the Rangers rallied to defeat the New York Islanders, 4-3, at MSG. Messier recorded his 561st career NHL goal in the contest, passing Guy Lafleur for 11th place on the NHL's all-time goals list.
Jan. 2, 2012 - The Rangers played their first regular season outdoor game and defeated the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-2, in the 2012 NHL Winter Classic at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. Henrik Lundqvist made 34 saves, including one on a penalty shot attempt by the Flyers' Daniel Briere with 19.6 seconds remaining in regulation to seal the win for the Rangers.
The Rangers won both of their meetings against the Penguins at MSG during the 1993-94 season.
RANGERS VS. PENGUINS - 1993-94
The Rangers posted a 2-2-0 record in four games against Pittsburgh during the 1993-94 season. The Blueshirts scored six power play goals in four games against the Penguins (6-for-23; 26.1%). Mark Messier led the Rangers with five points (two goals, three assists) in four games, while Sergei Zubov led the team with four assists in the season series.
Posted 2019-01-02 10:06 AM (#717256 - in reply to #717255) Subject: Re: Game 39: Pittsburgh Penguins @ New York Rangers 1/2/19 - 7pm - NBCSN
Location: AV is gone
39m39 minutes ago
So, DQ said it wasn’t the plan to put Chytil back in after just one game out, but after the way the team played Monday, the plan had to change. He was unhappy with lots of people, Vesey being one of them.
Posted 2019-01-03 1:19 PM (#717409 - in reply to #717408) Subject: Re: Game 39: Pittsburgh Penguins @ New York Rangers 1/2/19 - 7pm - NBCSN
Location: 17 miles from MSG
Mikey Red - 2019-01-03 9:15 AM
Buch, Heatl, Lias, Vesey, TD all get punished but Fall down Fast gets first line and MCleod, McQuaid, Shattenkirk, Staal never miss a shift
McCleod was at about 3 minutes in the 3rd. McQuaid has not been bad and he needs to play so they can trade him. Staal was off his game last night, but he hasn't been bad, either. Shatty? he was Shytty.