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Blueshirt Breakdown: NYR 4 vs. VGK 1 - 01.27.23

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A WIN BEFORE ALL-STAR - The Rangers secured their 27th win of the season as they head into the All-Star break. The Blueshirts have earned points in four of their last five games (3-1-1) and 11 of their last 13 games (8-2-3). At home, New York has wins in nine of its last 12 contests.

POTENT PENALTY KILL - The Blueshirts went 2-for-2 on the penalty kill in the win. The Rangers have been perfect on the penalty kill in four of their last five games (14-for-15).

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Blueshirt Breakdown: NYR 2 - TOR 3 - 01.25.23

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RANGERS ON THE ROAD - New York extended its road point streak to six-straight games (3-0-3). Away from home, the Blueshirts have points in 10 of their last 11 contests (7-1-3) and 17 of their last 20 games (13-3-4). Overall, the Rangers have earned points in 10 of their last 12 games (7-2-3).

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Blueshirt Breakdown: NYR 6 vs. FLA 2 - 01.23.23

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RANGERS ROLL - The Blueshirts improved to 26-14-7 on the season and have won four of their last six and seven of their last 10 games. New York has earned points in nine of its last 11 games (7-2-2).

HOME COOKING - At home, New York has won eight of its last 11 games dating back to December 5. The Blueshirts will play four of their next five contests at MSG.

FEELING IT AGAINST FLORIDA - New York has now earned at least one point in nine out of its last 11 matchups (7-2-2) and 14 of its last 17 games (10-3-4) with Florida. At home against the Panthers, the Blueshirts extended their point streak to six contests (5-0-1).

GOALS GALORE - The Blueshirts scored six goals for the eighth time this season, the third most in the NHL. New York scored three goals in the third period, giving them 59 on the year - tied for the fifth most in the NHL.

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Blueshirt Breakdown: NYR 1 vs. BOS 3 - 01.19.23

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ALL-STAR ADDITIONS - This evening, the NHL announced that Adam Fox and Artemi Panarin have been added to the 2023 NHL All-Star Game in South Florida as part of the All- Star Fan Vote, joining goaltender Igor Shesterkin.

PERFECT PENALTY KILL - The Rangers killed off all four of the Bruins power plays and are 8-for-8 on the PK in the past two games.

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Blueshirt Breakdown: NYR 3 vs. CBJ 1 - 01.16.23

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ROAD RANGERS - The Blueshirts earned their 25th win of the season to cap off the back- to-back set. New York has won six of its last eight games and has earned points in eight of its last nine games (6-1-2). On the road, the Rangers have now earned a point in nine of their last 10 contests (7-1-2) and 16 of their last 19 games (13-3-3) away from home.

OFFENSIVE DEFENSEMEN - With K'Andre Miller and Adam Fox having 25-plus points, the Rangers are one of three teams in the NHL (TBL, FLA) with multiple defensemen with 25 or more points. New York's 112 points by defensemen this season are the third most in the NHL.

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Blueshirt Breakdown: NYR 1 vs. MTL 2 - 01.15.23

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- K'Andre Miller extended his point streak to six games (3G-5A) and has points in 12 of his last 18 games (5G-11A). In the past 25 years, only two Rangers defensemen have recorded a longer streak before age 23- Neal Pionk in 2017-18 (7 GP) and Brian Leetch in 1991-92 (7 GP; 2x) and 1988-89 (7 GP).

- Artemi Panarin scored his 12th goal of the season, giving him points in five of his last seven contests (3G-3A). Panarin is one goal away from 200 in his career.

- Filip Chytil tied his career-high in points when his assist gave him 23 points on the year (12G-11A). Chytil has points in four of his last six games (4G-2A).

-Jake Leschyshyn made his Rangers debut, the 25th different skater to play for the Blueshirts this season.

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Blueshirt Breakdown: NYR 2 vs. DAL 1 - 01.12.23

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NO QUIT IN NY - K'Andre Miller evened the score with under a second left in regulation. His goal at 19:59 is tied for the latest game-tying goal in franchise history. The others being Brian Leetch (Dec. 1, 1998), Darren Turcotte (Feb. 17, 1992), Doug Robinson (Feb. 21, 1965). Tonight was the Rangers' NHL-high tying 12th comeback victory and fifth that came in the third period.

STREAK AT SEVEN - The Blueshirts have earned points in seven-straight games (5-0-2) and are 6-1-2 in their last nine games. New York has points in 15 of its last 17 games (13-2-2). At home, New York has won seven of its last eight games.

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Blueshirt Breakdown: NYR 4 vs. MIN 3 - 01.10.23

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POINT STREAK TO SIX - The Rangers extended their point streak to six games (4-0-2) and have won four of their last five games. New York is 5-1-2 in its last eight games has points in 14 of its last 16 contests (12-2-2).

HOMETOWN HEROES - At home, the Blueshirts have now won six of their last seven games dating back to December 5. New York will play eight of its next 10 games at MSG.

NO QUIT IN NY - The Rangers rallied from down two goals to earn the win for their third multi-goal comeback of the season and 11th comeback win overall. New York's 11 comeback wins are tied for the fifth most in the NHL.

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Blueshirt Breakdown: NYR 3 vs. NJD 4 - 01.07.23

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POINTS IN FIVE-STRAIGHT - New York earned a point for a fifth game in a row (3-0-2) and has points in 13 of their last 15 games (11-2-2).

ROAD POINTS - On the road, the Rangers have now earned a point in eight of their last nine contests (6-1-2) and 15 of their last 18 games (12-3-3) away from home.

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Blueshirt Breakdown: NYR 4 vs. MTL 1 - 01.05.23

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THREE IN A ROW - New York won their third-straight game and improved to 4-1-1 over its last six contests. The Blueshirts have points in 12 of their last 14 games (11-2-1).

ROAD RANGERS - On the road, the Rangers have now earned a point in seven of their last eight games (6-1-1) and 14 of its last 17 games (12-3-2) away from home.

FOUR MORE - New York improved to 15-0-0 when scoring four or more goals in a game.

500 POINTS AGAINST MONTREAL - The Rangers earned their 501st point against Montreal (201-336-94-5), the fifth team in the NHL the team has 500 or more points against. The Blueshirts have wins in five of their last seven games against Montreal.

18 SHOTS AGAINST - The Rangers allowed 18 shots tonight, tying their season-low (Nov. 12 at NSH, Dec. 22 vs. NYI).

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