The lineup was not quite complete and neither was the performance, but nevertheless the Rangers persisted, ramping it up in the third period to record a 4-1 road victory over the Ducks on Saturday.
Though special teams play has been a Rangers' strength, they haven’t been as effective at five-on-five this season. Not only are they ranked 21st out of 32 teams in even-strength goals per game at 2.21, but also they’re 29th in shots per game at five-on-five at 26.18.
There has been a lull in efficiency with the man-advantage. The Rangers had gone three straight games without a power-play goal (0-for-8) for only the second time this season.
Philip Rivers played an AFC championship game with a torn ACL. Carson Wentz tore two knee ligaments, stayed in the game and threw a touchdown pass a few plays later.
Rangers’ Adam Fox and Chris Kreider are taking his talents to Las Vegas for the All-Star Game.
Unless something unforeseen develops, Jarred Tinordi is expected to play for the Rangers on Saturday night in just his sixth NHL game of the season.
Ryan Reaves and Gerard Gallant are getting ready for their Las Vegas homecoming as they get set to face the Golden Knights, their former team, in their former home arena for the first time.
Braden Schneider knows that an impressive NHL debut doesn’t necessarily mean he has made it as an NHL player.
Ryan Reaves scored his first two goals as a Rangers in the Blueshirts’ 6-3 win over the Maple Leafs on Thursday night at Madison Square Garden.
K’Andre Miller made his NHL debut just over a year ago and the Rangers defenseman is already nearing his 100th game.
They're only four dates into the Strictly Come Dancing arena tour, but the stars are already enjoying life on the road.
Tennessee Titans QB Ryan Tannehill threw a pick on the first play of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals in the divisional round.