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New York Rangers Playoff History: 1995

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers
In 1995, the Rangers advanced to the Eastern Conference Semifinals as the conference's No. 8 seed. They scored a major first-round upset of the Quebec Nordiques, who had finished the lockout-abbreviated 1995 season with the NHL's second-best record.


Here is a summary look back at the Blueshirts' 1995 playoff run:

Totals Games: 10
Record: 5-6
Goals Scored: 35
Goals Against: 37
Defeated: Quebec
Eliminated by: Philadelphia
Leading scorer: Brian Leetch, 14 points
Most goals: Leetch, 6
Goaltenders: Mike Richter (started 6 games); Glenn Healy (started 4 games)

GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS:

Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: Rangers vs. Quebec Nordiques
1 May 6 at Quebec 4-5 L
2 May 8 at Quebec 8-3 W
3 May 10 Quebec 4-3 W
4 May 12 Quebec 3-2 W(OT, won by Steve Larmer at 8:09)
5 May 14 at Quebec 2-4 L
6 May 16 Quebec 4-2 W

Eastern Conference Semifinals: Rangers vs. Philadelphia Flyers
1 May 21 at Philadelphia 4-5 L(OT)
2 May 22 at Philadelphia 3-4 L(OT)
3 May 24 Philadelphia 2-5 L
4 May 26 Philadelphia 1-4 L

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