The Rangers trailed the Colorado Avalanche 2-1 in the final period but came from behind to win 4-2, earning their fifth straight victory and Henrik Lundqvist's 400th career win. >> Read More
- 2:26 NYR Kevin Klein; Assists: Brady Skjei, Oscar Lindberg
- 19:44 COL Gabriel Landeskog; Assists: Nathan MacKinnon, Fedor Tyutin
- 3:01 COL John Mitchell; Assists: Blake Comeau, Jarome Iginla
- 2:50 NYR Kevin Klein; Assists: Jesper Fasts, Oscar Lindberg
- 5:36 NYR Rick Nash; Assists: Derek Stepan, Ryan McDonagh
- 18:22 NYR Kevin Hayes (empty net); Assists: Michael Grabner, J.T. Miller
- 3: Oscar Lindberg
- 2: Kevin Klein
- 1: Henrik Lundqvist
- 400 wins for Henrik Lundqvist and hopefully many, many more on the horizon. He has been the constant for this Rangers team since 2005-06 and there is no possible way, shape or form that the Rangers could be as successful as they have been since that time without him. He is simply the best..
- The Rangers had a bad second period. It was just ugly, but at no point did I ever think that the Rangers wouldn't win this game. They were down one heading to the third against the worst team in the league and the Rangers lead the league in third period goals. I fully expected the Rangers to tie the game and win it because that is what the Rangers have done this season.
- The Rangers were pretty good in the first period but that last minute goal in the first period seemed to knock them out for a period before they found their game in the third.
- The sequence leading to Rick Nash's goal was very slick puck movement and placement and Derek Stepan put the puck in the perfect spot for Nash to re-direct it in.
- So the Rangers sweep their homestand, have won five in a row and now go from playing four Western Conference teams to playing three division rivals. The Rangers aced their test this week by picking up their game on home ice and beating teams that they should beat. Now it's Columbus, the Isles and the Caps over the next week as the Rangers will try and ace another test.