Adam Graves scored his 300th NHL goal this evening vs. the Minnesota Wild at Madison Square Garden. The tally came at 2:10 of the third period against goaltender Manny Fernandez.
Graves, 32, has accumulated 558 points (300 goals, 258 assists) along with 1,104 penalty minutes in 950 NHL games with the Red Wings, Oilers and Rangers.
Skating in his 14th NHL season and 10th as a Ranger, Graves has registered 498 points (277 goals, 221 assists) and 747 penalty minutes in 733 games with the Blueshirts. He currently ranks third on the Rangers all-time goals list behind Hall-of-Famer Rod Gilbert (406) and Jean Ratelle (336). The Toronto, Ontario native also established a team record for goals in a single season by notching 52 during the 1993-94 Stanley Cup campaign, breaking Vic Hadfield's 22-year single-season club record of 50.
Adam Graves was signed by the Rangers as a group-one free agent on September 3, 1991.