RANGERS (16-12-3) at DUCKS (13-15-4)
4 p.m. ET; PRIME, MSG, NHL.TV
The New York Rangers will try to continue their recent success on the road when they visit the Anaheim Ducks at Honda Center on Saturday.
The Rangers are 5-1-1 on the road since Nov. 23 and 2-1-0 on their four-game road trip following a 6-3 win at the San Jose Sharks on Thursday.
The Ducks, who lost to 2-1 to the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday, are 4-9-4 since Nov. 3 and haven't won two in a row in that span.
Players to watch
Rangers forward Mika Zibanejad has eight points (five goals, three assists) in nine games since he returned to the lineup after missing 13 games because of an upper-body injury.
Ducks forward Derek Grant scored his ninth goal of the season in his 32nd game Thursday, three shy of his NHL career high set in 66 games with Anaheim in 2017-18.
They said it
"We've got to show up Saturday afternoon in Anaheim, have an awful lot of respect for our opponent, and hopefully learn a lesson that we have not learned the last few weeks. ... The lesson to learn is after you win one, you follow it up with a better performance." -- Rangers coach David Quinn
"We're in these games. We need to find a way to tip the scales and get on the right side of them. You can talk so much about being so close and being right there, but eventually you need to get results." -- Ducks defenseman Cam Fowler
Rangers projected lineup
Chris Kreider -- Mika Zibanejad -- Pavel Buchnevich
Artemi Panarin -- Ryan Strome -- Kaapo Kakko
Greg McKegg -- Filip Chytil -- Jesper Fast
Brendan Lemieux -- Brett Howden -- Micheal Haley
Brady Skjei -- Jacob Trouba
Brendan Smith -- Tony DeAngelo
Ryan Lindgren -- Adam Fox
Injured: Libor Hajek (knee), Marc Staal (undisclosed)
Ducks projected lineup
Sam Steel -- Ryan Getzlaf -- Troy Terry
Rickard Rakell -- Sam Carrick -- Jakob Silfverberg
Max Comtois -- Adam Henrique -- Ondrej Kase
Nicolas Deslauriers -- Derek Grant -- Carter Rowney
Hampus Lindholm -- Josh Manson
Cam Fowler -- Erik Gudbranson
Josh Mahura -- Korbinian Holzer
Scratched: Devin Shore, Michael Del Zotto
Injured: Nick Ritchie (knee)
Staal is a game-time decision. ... Smith will move from forward to defenseman if Staal can't play. ... Lemieux practiced Friday in San Jose and is expected to return after not playing Thursday. He was injured in a 3-1 loss at the Kings on Tuesday.
Panarin had a hat trick against the Sharks and has five goals and two assists during a three-game point streak. ... The Ducks are 1-10-3 when outshooting their opponent this season. ... The Ducks are 4-6-4 in one-goal games, which is the second-lowest winning percentage in the NHL (.286); the Nashville Predators are 3-3-5 (.273 percent).