- Brett Howden tallied an assist in tonight's game. He has registered a point in five of his first 10 career NHL games (two goals, three assists).
- Neal Pionk led all skaters with six blocked shots and four hits while skating in a game-high 28:12 of ice time. He established a single-game career-high in ice time in tonight's contest. Pionk has led the Rangers in ice time in each of the last four games.
- Marc Staal skated in his 771st career game as a Ranger in tonight's contest. He is now one game away from tying Adam Graves (772) for 10th place on the Rangers' all-time games played list (among skaters). Staal also ranks sixth among Rangers defensemen in career games played, trailing only Harry Howell (1,160), Brian Leetch (1,129), Ron Greschner (981), Jim Neilson (811), and Dan Girardi (788).
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