With two goals on Thursday night, JT Miller set a career high for points in a season with 44 in just 54 games.
Miller's previous career high, 43, was set last season in 82 games.
Miller is averaging .81 points per game after averaging .40 points per game in 2014-15 (58 games) and .52 last season.
Alain Vigneault said earlier in the week that Miller is making a difference on the ice and that is what you want from your players.
Sam Rosen and Joe Micheletti talked on Thursday about Miller being one of the Rangers top players, if not their top player, recently.
Miller is on a five game point streak and has had a multi-point game in each of the last 4 games.
He has points in 15 of the past 17 games, 22 points overall, and leads the Rangers in games with a point this season at 32.
Adam Rotter: Miller is normally the player thrown around in potential trade ideas for a defenseman but I think he has pretty much reached untouchable status. You can look back at where his game was and see the upward trend in his game and growth as a player. He started to realize his potential and become more consistent last season and he has gone up a few levels this season to be the Rangers best player and MVP and multiple times during the season. He's becoming a well rounded player who is responsible at both ends of the ice, is a solid PKer and playmaker. He's playing like a future All-Star, a potential Olympian and someone who the Rangers should look into signing to an extension come July 1.