Jesper Fast has won the Rangers Players' Player award for the second consecutive season.
The award has been given annually since the end of the 1958-59 season to the player, selected by his teammates "who best exemplifies what it means to be a team player."
Previous winners include Rick Nash in 2014-15, Ryan McDonagh in 2013-14 and Ryan Callahan, who won the award three straight years from 2010-2013.
From the Rangers release: "Fast was selected as the recipient of the Players' Player Award for the second consecutive season, becoming the 11th Ranger in franchise history to win the award in at least two consecutive seasons. Among the players who have won the award in back-to-back seasons are Jean Ratelle, John Davidson, Adam Graves, and Brian Leetch. The Players' Player Award has been given annually since the conclusion of the 1958-59 season and recognizes the Ranger who, as selected by his teammates, "best exemplifies what it means to be a team player."
"The 25-year-old has registered six goals and 15 assists for 21 points, along with a plus-six rating and 16 penalty minutes in 68 games this season. Fast has posted a plus/minus rating of even or better in 53 of the 68 games he has played this season, including a plus-one rating or better in 20 contests. He ranks third among Rangers forwards in hits (99) and ranks fourth among team forwards in blocked shots (44) in 2016-17. "