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Elliot Friedman on the NHL Network today, talked a number of teams including the Rangers. He mentioned that Chris Drury is a "stealth guy", someone who goes a bit under the radar.

With respect to who they might be interested in, he reiterated that the team had shown some interest in Jacob Chychrun of the Arizona Coyotes. It's not a new rumor by any means, and we're still 2 months - to the day - from the trade deadline, but he did make the connection.

He also said he expects Drury to make some moves, and possibly a forward would be something they'd look at.

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Blais will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn ACL

Question Of The Day

August 19th, 2021

Earlier this year the Rangers won by a margin of nine goals as they beat the Flyers 9-0. How many times has the margin been bigger?

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  Born: Mar 3 - 1928  
  Position: Center  
  Games Played: 36  
  Goals: 3  
  Assists: 10  
  Points: 13  
  Penalty Minutes: 0  
Artemi Panarin was assessed a misconduct after throwing a glove at Marchand

Feel The Glove
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ 5:22:45 PM - November 27, 2021

New York get the good vibes in November going, with their 13th win of the season in Boston.  Once again the Rangers showed their resiliency, coming back from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits to take control in the third period with three goals to come away with a 5-2 win.

The Rangers fell behind first, giving up a goal as their second power play expired.  Jacob Trouba was unable to handle a puck in his own zone, turning it over to Craig Smith who went high to the stick side after freezing Igor Shesterkin.  It was a period of play that Bruins dominated, not necessarily in terms of zone time, but with respect to shots on goal and once again at the faceoff dot.

As the first period wound down, the Bruins held a 17-4 shot advantage, but a moment of magic from Dryden Hunt, Artemi Panarin and Ryan Strome tied the game with just over five seconds remaining, and the visitors went into the first intermission tied 1-1 thanks in large part to Igor Shesterkin.

The Bruins regained the lead at 6:51 of the second, when Patrice Bergeron was left alone if front by Kevin Rooney and he made no mistake tapping it home on a two on one down low.  The Rangers weren't giving up easily though, and tied it up about six minutes later when Dryden Hunt scored his second of the year, putting a rebound past Jeremy Swayman as he tried to recover from the first save.

Later in the second Mika Zibanejad had a chance to give the Rangers their first lead with a wide open net, but Swayman lunged back with his stick and got the shot before it could go in.  The team would remain tied into the third.

Early in the third it looked as if the Rangers had gone ahead when Kreider lifted the puck on his stick as he came round the net and attempted to put the puck over the shoulder.  The officials on the ice awarded a goal, but reviews showed the puck went off the post and across the mouth of the net, not crossing the line.

It took until the 12th minute of the third period for the Rangers to get the lead for the first time, and they would not reliquinish it from there, Artemi Panarin batting a puck in as he drove to the net off a flat mid-air feed from Julien Gauthier.  The Bruins would respond with significant pressure in the Rangers zone, but the Blueshirts got the insurance after more nice work from Gauthier, who forced a neutral ice turnover and went two on one with Alexis Lafreniere, who made sure on his fifth of the season.

Jacob Trouba added an empty net goal from the length of the ice, and the Rangers came away with another two points against a quality opponent.

Twenty Thoughts:

  1. Ryan Strome's goal with 5.8 seconds to go in the first period, was the Rangers' fourth goal of the season in which they've scored in the last minute of a period - excluding empty net goals.  Three of those goals have come in the last ten seconds

  2. Strome had two points on the night, and now has points in eight straight games, and assists in seven straight.  He has recorded 2 goals and 8 assists during the streak, and has registered points in 12 of the 16 games he's played this year

  3. ON SECOND THOUGHTS: After allowing too many shots in the first, the Rangers rebounded in the second to have an edge in play, despite the even scoreline after two.  The period set the stage for a strong third period where, except for a period after the go ahead goal, the Rangers looked to have control of the game

  4. Dryden Hunt had a two point game, scoring a goal and registering an assist.  He now has 2goals and 2 assists on the season, against career highs of 3 goals and 7 assists.  It should be noted he has a career high of just 36 games in a season, and looks on pace to easily break that, having played in the first twenty games

  5. MICHIGAN STYLE: Kreider appeared to have his sixteenth of the season in the third period, with a lacrosse style goal that he carried on his stick from behind the net.  The goal was waved off, but it's the first time we've seen him try the goal type named for a college hockey goal from 1996

  6. After being quiet for a couple of games, Gauthier came up with a couple of key primary assists to set up the third and fourth Ranger goals.  Gauthier continues to take advantage of the opportunity that the injury to Sammy Blais has granted him, and may yet end up on one of the top two lines

  7. SETTING THE PACE: Both Fox and Panarin had two points in the game, to take their season tallies to 21.  The pair continue to lead the team in scoring, matching each other's production for the most part through the first twenty games  

  8. FIFTH ELEMENT: Both Alexis Lafreniere and Artemi Panarin scored their fifth goals of the year, to tie Kevin Rooney for second on the team, somewhat distant from Chris Kreider's team leading 15.   Lafreniere had tallied just one goal in his previous 11 games

  9. Igor Shesterkin now has 11 wins this season, which puts him in a four-way tie for first in the league with Jack Campbell (TOR), Frederik Andersen (CAR) and Cam Talbot (MIN)

  10. Jacob Trouba got the Rangers' fifth goal, scoring into an empty net for his first empty net goal as a Ranger

  11. POINT STREAK ALERT: After being credited with his first point as a Ranger against the Islanders on Wednesday, Patrik Nemeth added an assist on Trouba's goal to make it two points in two games

  12. POINT STREAK BROKEN: With three assists int he previous two games, Ryan Reaves saw his modest two game point streak broken.  Kaapo Kakko seaw his five game point streak end also, held pointless in the game for the first time since registered his first points of the year

  13. Kakko played once again with Zibanejad and Kreider, having shifted to that line last game against the Islanders.  Hunt also remained on the line with Panarin and Strome, with each forward on that line scoring a goal

  14. TWO MUCH: With another win, the Rangers are now 13-0-3 this season when scoring 2+ goals in a game

  15. The five goals the Rangers scored, equalled their season high, which they have now achieved four times in the first twenty games, losing 5-6 to Edmonton, before beating the Blue Jackets 5-3, Sabres 5-4 and the Bruins last night 5-2

  16. TREMENDOUS TWOS: Hunt, Nemeth, Lindgren and Gauthier all recorded their second assists on the season in this game

  17. The win yesterday extended the Rangers current win streak to three games.  They have already had two four game win streaks this season, and a win at home against the Islanders, tomorrow would make it a third time

  18. FEEL THE GLOVE: Panarin and Marchand were sent to a slightly early shiower courtsey of an exchange on the benches between the two that resulted in Panarin throwing his glove at the Bruins agitator.  Post game reports suggested that Marchand had brought up some comments about Russia and Putin, prompting the Breadman's retaliation

  19. At 13-4-3, Gerard Gallant has the second best start to his Rangers head coaching career after Phil Esposito.  Esposito picked up 30 points in his first 20, going 15-5-0

  20. METRO MADNESS: The Carolina Hurricanes and Washington Capitals are tied with Florida for the league lead with 31 points, pushing the Rangers to third in the Metropolitan with 29.  Carolina has played one fewer game than New York, while the Capitals have played one additional

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