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Rangers Open Back-to-Back In New Jersey

by Matt Calamia @MattCalamia / NYRangers.com

The Rangers begin a back-to-back set Saturday against the Devils in New Jersey.

New York topped the Maple Leafs, 2-1 in a shootout, Thursday night in Toronto. J.T. Miller scored the game-tying goal in the third period, while Mats Zuccarello and Mika Zibanejad beat Frederick Andersen in the shootout. Henrik Lundqvist made 32 saves in the win.

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Rangers Edge Toronto in a Shootout

Zuccarello, Zibanejad Score in Shootout, Lundqvist Makes 32 Saves

by Matt Calamia @MattCalamia / NYRangers.com

There are games during the course of a season where teams win despite not bringing their A-game, and others where the result doesn't represent the effort put forth by the loser.

Thursday in Toronto nearly represented that for the Rangers, who controlled the play for most of their tilt with the Maple Leafs but had nothing to show for it until J.T. Miller scored with 9:10 remaining in the third period to tie the game, 1-1.

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Rangers at Maple Leafs 2.23.17: Postgame Notes

by New York Rangers @NYRangers / NYRangers.com

Team Notes

  • WINNING WAYS - The Rangers' 39 wins in 2016-17 are tied for the second-most the team has earned through the first 60 games of one season in franchise history. The Blueshirts have earned at least 39 wins through the first 60 games of a season five times in franchise history (1971-72, 1972-73, 1993-94, 2011-12, 2016-17), and the only season in which the Rangers earned more than 39 wins through the first 60 games was 1972-73 (40). The Rangers are tied for second in the NHL in wins this season. The Blueshirts have won eight of their last 10 games (8-1-1), as well as 11 of their last 15 contests (11-3-1).
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Rangers at Maple Leafs 2.23.17: Pregame Notes

by New York Rangers @NYRangers / NYRangers.com

NEW YORK RANGERS at TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS
Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017, 7:30 p.m. ET
Air Canada Centre - Toronto, ON
 
Rangers: 38-19-2 (78 pts)
Maple Leafs: 28-20-11 (67 pts)

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Rangers Visit Maple Leafs in Toronto

by Matt Calamia @MattCalamia / NYRangers.com

The Rangers head north of the border to take on the Toronto Maple Leafs Thursday night at Air Canada Centre.

New York is coming off a a 3-2 shootout loss to the Atlantic Division-leading Montreal Canadiens Tuesday night at The Garden. Oscar Lindberg and Rick Nash each scored, but Alex Radulov and Paul Byron each beat Henrik Lundqvist in the shootout to take the game.

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Rangers Take Point in Shootout Loss to Habs

by Matt Calamia @MattCalamia / NYRangers.com

Derek Stepan said no player is ever satisfied with just one point, but to a man, the Rangers knew they played well enough to win in Tuesday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Montreal Canadiens at Madison Square Garden.

"You're never satisfied with just one point. You've got to try and get both every single night," said Stepan, who hit the cross bar in the third round of the shootout before Paul Byron beat Henrik Lundqvist in the fifth round for the win. "I thought it was a good game. Both sides played a full 65 minutes, competed real hard and we had our looks. Their goaltender made some saves and they had their looks and our goaltender made some saves. It was a good hockey game."

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Rangers vs. Canadiens 2.21.17: Postgame Notes

by New York Rangers @NYRangers / NYRangers.com

Team Notes

  • POINT TAKEN - The Rangers have earned at least one point in eight of their last nine games (7-1-1 record over the span), as well as in 11 of their last 14 contests (10-3-1 record over the span).
  • HOME COOKING - The Blueshirts have earned at least one point in each of their last six home games, dating back to Feb. 5 vs. Calgary (5-0-1 record over the span).
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Rangers vs. Canadiens 2.21.17: Pregame Notes

by New York Rangers @NYRangers / NYRangers.com

NEW YORK RANGERS vs. MONTREAL CANADIENS
Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017, 7:00 p.m. ET
Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
 
Rangers: 38-19-1 (77 pts)
Canadiens: 31-20-8 (70 pts)
  
TONIGHT'S GAME
The Rangers play their 59th game of the 2016-17 season tonight, Feb. 21, against the Montreal Canadiens in an Original Six matchup at Madison Square Garden (7:00 p.m. ET - TV: MSG Network; Radio: ESPN 98.7 FM). The Blueshirts have won seven of their last eight games (7-1-0), as well as 10 of their last 13 contests (10-3-0). The Rangers have posted a 38-19-1 record this season.

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Rangers Play Host to Canadiens at The Garden

Blueshirts go for sixth straight win at MSG

by Matt Calamia @MattCalamia / NYRangers.com

The New York Rangers go for their sixth straight win at home when they host the Montreal Canadiens Tuesday night at The Garden.

New York is coming off a 2-1 win Sunday afternoon against the Eastern Conference-leading Washington Capitals. Ryan McDonagh and Mats Zuccarello each scored while Henrik Lundqvist made 31 saves for his 27th win of the season.

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Stepan "Probable" for Habs on Tuesday Night

Plus Buchnevich on Facing Ovechkin in the NHL

by Matt Calamia @MattCalamia / NYRangers.com

Derek Stepan missed practice on Monday and head coach Alain Vigneault said the center was "probable" for Tuesday meeting with the Montreal Canadiens at The Garden.

"He hurt his hip a little bit yesterday during the game so we kept him off this morning," Vigneault said of Stepan. "He should skate tomorrow morning and I think right now should be all right."

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