Alain Vigneault said that Henrik Lundqvist will start tomorrow night's game in Calgary while Alexandar Georgiev will start Saturday night in Edmonton.
Lundqvist stopped 50 shots in Vancouver on Wednesday, tying a career high.
On the game against the Canucks, Lundqvist said, "It was a rollercoaster, that is for sure. It was a battle. We got a great start and that gave us the confidence to play a pretty good game. We gave up a lot but we scored a lot. (Laughing) We managed to cover it up. It feels good to win a game, sit here and smile for once. I was tired of losing. I don't care how we win as long as we win it."
He added, "It doesn't matter what you go through, all the trades, that alone is depressing, it is, I gotta be honest, but we gotta move past it and it's about winning and winning makes everybody smile and hopefully it can continue."
From the Rangers Game Notes, "he is four appearances away from passing Nikolai Khabibulin for the most by appearances by a goaltender who was born outside of North America in NHL history. Lundqvist made 40 or more saves in a game for the 26th time in his NHL career; he has posted a 14-4-8 record, along with a 1.93 GAA, a .956 SV%, and 4 SO in those 26 contests."
Georgiev is 0-2-0 in two starts but has a save percentage of .922.
Georgiev changed his number from 90 to 40 after the Rangers acquired fellow Russian Vladislav Namestnikov.