WIN-TER - The Rangers finished their first 40 games of the season with a 26-10-4 record for 56 points, tied for the second-most wins and the third-most points in the NHL. The Blueshirts moved past the Carolina Hurricanes for first place in the Metropolitan Division. The Blueshirts have won seven of their last nine games and earned a point in nine of their last 12 games (8-3-1).
THE SIX - The Rangers matched their season-high goal output with their six goals, matching the previous mark set on December 7 at Chicago.
COMEBACK KINGS - The Rangers found themselves down 3-1 after the first period and exploded for five-straight goals to earn a 6-3 victory. It marks the 12th comeback win of the season for New York, tied for the fourth-most in the league.
HOMECOMING - In their first game at MSG since January 3, the Blueshirts earned a point for a fourth-straight home game (3-0-1). Since October 29, New York is 11-2-1 at home.
BEASTING THE EAST - New York improved to 11-2-0 against Atlantic Division opponents (5-0-0 at home) and 17-3-0 against Eastern Conference opponents.
THIRD PERIOD PROWESS - The Blueshirts scored three goals in the third period, the fifth time this season they've compiled three goals in a third period. The Rangers' 49 third period goals this season are tied for the fourth-most in the NHL.
THE TEAM UP NORTH - The Rangers finished the season-series with Toronto with wins in two out of three matchups. New York has won four of its last five games against the Maple Leafs and have wins in six of its last eight contests against them. The Rangers have won three of their last four home games against the Maple Leafs.