- Mats Zuccarello 16 (Assists: Anton Stralman 10, Benoit Pouliot 19)
- Derick Brassard 18 (power-play) (Assists: Raphael Diaz 13, Mats Zuccarello 36)
- Rick Nash 24 (Assists: Derek Stepan 36)
- Rick Nash 25 (short-handed) (Assists: Derek Stepan 37)
- Mats Zuccarello 17 (short-handed) (Assists: Derek Stepan 38, Marc Staal 10)
- This is how you wanted to see the Rangers respond after they lost on Friday night. They had the puck almost the whole game, barely had to defend and Cam Talbot maybe had to make one or two tough saves. The Rangers took what the Oilers gave them and capitalized in all areas of the game and all three zones, especially short handed.
- Two goals from Rick Nash is nice, he was strong all over the ice, but it was a key two goals for Mats Zuccarello who hadn't scored since the outdoor game against the Devuls. His hand still seems to be a bit of an issue but looked good enough on his two goals.
- Derek Stepan is playing like the player he was in the second half of last year and the player he was expected to be all season this year. It's better late than never and at the right time for the Ranger as he is finally in top form as the Rangers head towards the playoffs.
- This was the best game of Marty St. Louis' in the last little while. He had a couple of high quality chances and at least seemed to look comfortable with Brad Richards and Carl Hagelin. Would almost be fitting if he got his first on Tuesday against the coach who desperately wanted him in New York when he was there.
- The Rangers technically scored a PP goal tonight, with two seconds left, but it's still struggling and needs to break out of this funk. Lack of PP scoring has hurt the Rangers the past few years and it's bound to do the same again if they can't get it going.
- The Rangers continued a four-game road trip with a 5-0 victory over the Edmonton Oilers tonight at Rexall Place. The Blueshirts tallied three special team’s goals, including two while shorthanded, and Cam Talbot posted his third shutout of the season. New York is now 7-2-0 in their last nine games, and 5-1-0 in their last six on the road.
- The Blueshirts have posted a record of 42-30-4 overall (88 pts), including a 24-14-0 mark on the road this season. The Rangers are now two points ahead of the Philadelphia Flyers for second place in the Metropolitan Division standings.
- The Rangers tied their franchise record with their 24th road win this season. The team has won 24 games away from MSG in four seasons, including three of the last four (1993-94, 2010-11, 2011-12, 2013-14).
- The Blueshirts have registered at least one point in six of their last eight games at Edmonton (3-2-2-1 over the span), dating back to a 3-3 tie on Oct. 8, 1997. The Blueshirts' last win at Edmonton was a 4-2 victory on Nov. 5, 2010.
- The Rangers’ penalty kill was 4-4 (7:44) and notched two shorthanded goals in the contest. The last time the Blueshirts tallied two shorthanded goals in a game was Mar. 5 vs. Toronto. New York is now 36-39 (92.3%) with six shorthanded goals on the penalty kill in the last 14 games.
- The Blueshirts out-shot the Oilers, 32-26, including an 8-3 advantage in the first period. New York has now out-shot their opponent in six of their last eight games (277-221 over the span), and have surpassed 30 shots in six contests during the stretch.
- Cam Talbot posted his third shutout of the season with a 26-save effort, and is now 12-6-0 overall with an 8-3-0 mark on the road this season. He improved to 5-3-0 with a 1.51 goals against average, .946 save percentage, and two shutouts in eight career games against Western Conference opponents. Talbot became the first Rangers goalie other than Henrik Lundqvist to have at least three shutouts in a season since Mike Dunham in 2002-03.
- Mats Zuccarello notched two goals, including one shorthanded tally, added a power play assist and posted a plus-two rating in 15:12 of ice time. He has recorded 18 points (four goals, 14 assists) in his last 19 games, including eight points (two goals, six assists) in the last seven contests. Zuccarello is now tied for the team lead with 53 points this season.
- Rick Nash tallied two goals, including one shorthanded tally, four shots and a plus-two rating in 14:50 of ice time. He has now registered five goals in the last seven games, and leads the team with 25 goals this season.
- Derek Stepan registered three assists, including two while shorthanded, and posted a plus-three rating in 14:07 of ice time. He established a new career-high with his 52nd and 53rd points of the season, and has tallied 18 points (five goals, 13 assists) in the last 17 games. Stepan now leads the team with 38 assists and is tied for first with 53 points this season.
- Derick Brassard recorded a power play goal and won 6-11 faceoffs (55%) in 14:35 of ice time. The goal was his career-high, 18th of the season, and he has tallied five goals and six points in the last seven games. Brassard is now tied for second on the team with 18 goals this season.
- Raphael Diaz registered his first assist as a Ranger with a power play assist and four shots in 15:02 of ice time. He has now recorded a point in each of the last two games (one goal, one assist).
- Marc Staal recorded a shorthanded assist and logged 21:10 of ice time. The assist was his first shorthanded point since Feb. 12, 2012.
- Anton Stralman tallied an assist, two shots, and three hits in 20:07 of ice time. He has registered three assists in the last six games, and is now eight assists from 100 career assists.
- Benoit Pouliot registered an assist and logged 13:30 of ice time. He has now recorded four assists in the last four games.