PLAYOFF BOUND - The Rangers secured a berth in the 2024 Stanley Cup Playoffs with tonight’s win. It is their third-straight playoff appearance and 15th in their last 20 seasons. It marks the 63rd time in franchise history the Rangers will head to the postseason.

KEEPING IT 100 - With a win tonight in their 72nd game, the Rangers passed the 100-point threshold in the second fewest games (1971- 72 - 67 GP) in team history. It marks the 13th 100-point season in team history and third consecutive.

NO QUIT COMEBACK - For a second straight game, the Rangers rallied from down multiple goals to take a victory. It marks the 10th time in team history and first since the 2005-06 season that the Blueshirts have won consecutive games when trailing by multiple goals. New York’s 23 comeback wins this year are tied for the second most in the NHL.

LAVI 800 WINS - Rangers head coach Peter Laviolette earned his 800th career win, making him the seventh coach in NHL history to reach the mark. By securing the mark in his 1,502nd game, he is the fourth fastest head coach to reach 800 wins. Laviolette has surpassed Scotty Bowman, Mike Keenan and Roger Neilson as the first head coach in NHL history to appear in the Stanley Cup Playoffs with six different franchises.

  • Artemi Panarin recorded his 100th point of the season, becoming the first Rangers skater to notch 100 points in a season since Jaromir Jagr (123 in 2005-06) and the seventh Ranger to reach the milestone.
  • Adam Fox scored the overtime winner and notched an assist to extend his point streak to eight games (5G-7A), the third longest of his career. He has 23 points (7G-16A) in his last 19 games and sits two points from 300 in his career.
  • Mika Zibanejad netted his 11th power play goal of the season, giving him points in seven of his past nine games (5G-3A).
  • Vincent Trocheck recorded his 70th point of the season by way of his eighth career shorthanded goal and first since October 3, 2019 at Tampa Bay. Trocheck has points in 11 of his last 13 games (5G-11A) and points in 16 of his last 19 games (10G-15A).
  • Alexis Lafreniere scored his 21st and 22nd goals of the campaign, giving him three multiple goal-games on the year. He has points in six of his last seven games (4G-4A) and 15 points in his last 18 games (7G-8A). The Blueshirts are 17-1-1 when he scores a goal this season.
  • Brandon Scanlin made his NHL debut tonight, skating 10:46 minutes.


Recap: Flyers at Rangers 3.26.24