- Curtis Glencross
- Dennis Wideman
- Marc Staal (PP) from Jesper Fast and Marek Hrivik.
- Matt Stajan
- Lance Bourma (Empty Net)
- It's the first game in a week for this group and that rust showed early on as did the Rangers struggle to find a real rhythm.
- Marek Hrivik was strong throughout the night and could have an inside track on a roster spot. His play has been good, but his cap hit of $685,000 is very appealing.
- Marc Staal and John Moore were once again very good and Moore is showing he isn't afraid to mix it up if he has to.
- Danny Kristo had four shots on goal and four more attempts. I think he could be a guy that spends a little bit of time in Hartford to round out some things and get called up relatively quickly. Jesper Fast was also making some things happen on the ice.
- The Rangers opened a three-game Western Canada road trip with a 4-1 defeat against the Calgary Flames tonight at Scotiabank Saddledome.
- New York is now 1-2-0 overall in preseason action, including a 1-2-0 mark on the road.
- The Rangers notched a goal in their only power play opportunity (1-1, 0:50), while the Blueshirts’ penalty kill held the Flames scoreless in three power play attempts (3-3, 6:00).
- New York out-shot Calgary, 16-6, in the second period.
- Marc Staal notched a power play goal, his first point of the preseason, and registered two shots in 21:46 of ice time.
- Jesper Fast tallied his first point of the preseason with a power play assist and logged 17:41 of ice time.
- Michael Del Zotto recorded his first point of the preseason with a power play assist and logged 16:46 of ice time.
- John Moore tied or the team-high with three hits and three blocked shots, registered three shots on goal, and was assessed a fighting major in 20:27 of ice time.
- Justin Falk tied for the team-high with three blocked shots, and led the Rangers with 23:04 of ice time.
- Danny Kristo registered a team-high, four shots on goal in 12:15 of ice time.
- Stu Bickel tied for the team-high with three hits, and logged 17:46 of ice time.
- Henrik Lundqvist stopped 24 of 27 shots faced, and is now 0-2-0 in preseason action.