CANUCKS (4-3-0) at RANGERS (2-3-0)
1 p.m. ET; SN, MSG, NHL.TV
The New York Rangers will try to end a three-game losing streak when they play the Vancouver Canucks at Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
The Rangers won their first two games of the season but have since lost in regulation to the Edmonton Oilers (4-1), New Jersey Devils (5-2) and Washington Capitals (5-2). New York allowed 34 shots on goal, including 16 in the second period, in the loss to Washington on Friday.
The Canucks, who will play the third of a four-game road trip, are coming off a 1-0 loss to the Devils at Prudential Center on Saturday. It ended their four-game winning streak. They were 0-for-7 on the power play and are 0-for-12 in their past two games.
Players to watch
Canucks forward J.T. Miller, who played six seasons for the Rangers from 2013-18, has four goals in his past four games and leads Vancouver with eight points (four goals, four assists).
Rangers center Mika Zibanejad has a point on 10 of New York's 15 goals this season (four goals, six assists).
They said it
"It's up to everyone [on the power play]. It's up to all five guys. Good power-play units, they run together, cohesive. … There are no easy games on the power play in the NHL." -- Canucks coach Travis Green
"You've got to play defense. I mean, you have to play defense. It's frustrating because I thought we were making some strides in that area. When the game starts, it's got to be a big piece of you. When the game ends, how are you evaluating yourself? Asking yourself, 'Did I play good defense tonight and was I committed to playing good defense tonight?' has to be part of the evaluation process." -- Rangers coach David Quinn
Canucks projected lineup
J.T. Miller -- Elias Pettersson -- Brock Boeser
Tanner Pearson -- Bo Horvat -- Josh Leivo
Micheal Ferland -- Brandon Sutter -- Jake Virtanen
Tim Schaller -- Jay Beagle -- Tyler Motte
Alexander Edler -- Tyler Myers
Quinn Hughes -- Christopher Tanev
Jordie Benn -- Troy Stecher
Scratched: Loui Eriksson, Adam Gaudette, Ashton Sautner, Oscar Fantenberg
Injured: Antoine Roussel (knee)
Rangers projected lineup
Artemi Panarin -- Mika Zibanejad -- Chris Kreider
Pavel Buchnevich -- Brett Howden -- Kaapo Kakko
Brendan Lemieux -- Ryan Strome -- Jesper Fast
Brendan Smith -- Lias Andersson -- Micheal Haley
Libor Hajek -- Jacob Trouba
Brady Skjei -- Adam Fox
Marc Staal -- Tony DeAngelo
Scratched: Greg McKegg
Neither team will have a morning skate. … The Rangers did not practice Saturday after playing Friday.
Lundqvist is 9-2-0 with a 1.80 goals-against average, a .944 save percentage and two shutouts against the Canucks since Jan. 13, 2011. If he plays, he will pass Hockey Hall of Fame goalie Gump Worsley for 10th place in games played among goalies in NHL history (861).