- Henrik Lundqvist stopped 26 of 28 shots he faced in tonight's contest, including all 13 shots he faced in the third period, and he also stopped all 19 shots he faced at even strength. Lundqvist has stopped 56 of 60 shots he has faced in two appearances this season (.933 SV%), including 47 of 49 shots he has faced at even strength (.959 SV% at even strength).
- Adam McQuaid notched his first assist/point as a Ranger, tied for the game-high with three hits, recorded two shots on goal, and posted a plus-one rating.
- Ryan Spooner tallied an assist, recorded five shots on goal, drew a penalty, won four of seven faceoffs (57.1%), and posted a plus-one rating. He has registered 17 points (four goals, 13 assists) in 22 games with the Rangers since he was acquired by the team on Feb. 25, 2018.
- Mika Zibanejad led all skaters with eight shots on goal and 16 faceoff wins (16-for-27; 59.3%) while skating in a team-high 23:04 of ice time.
- Brady Skjei drew a penalty, tied for the game-high with three hits, recorded two shots on goal, was credited with two blocked shots, and posted a plus-one rating in 21:18 of ice time.
- Neal Pionk led the Rangers with three blocked shots in 21:16 of ice time.
- Cody McLeod was assessed a fighting major, tied for the game-high with three hits, and registered two shots on goal while skating in his first game of the 2018-19 season. He ranks second in the NHL in penalty minutes since the start of his first season in the league in 2007-08 (1,568; Chris Neil leads the NHL with 1,569 penalty minutes over the span).
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