9/3/14 | 4:15PM: After doubling his career high of goals in a season from 7 to 14 last year, Ryan McDonagh was named Team MVP and was voted MVP by his teammates.
His 14 goals broke down as 9 at even strength, 2 on the PP, 3 shorthanded.
After battling a shoulder injury and going scoreless in the first 10 playoff games, McDonagh had 17 points in 15 games.
- McDonagh had a five-game point streak from game four of the Eastern Conference Final until game three of the Stanley Cup Final.
- McDonagh also became the first Ranger since Brian Leetch to put up six points in two straight playoff games.
- He had two PP goals and two goals at even strength
The Hockey News has McDonagh scoring 12 goals and adding 34 assists.
Dobber Hockey has McDonagh scoring 14 goals and adding 31 assists.
The Sports Forecaster has McDonagh scoring 11 goals and adding 40 assists. They say that the next step for McDonagh is a Norris Trophy nomination.
McDonagh is also likely to become the Rangers next captain.