Rangers vs Maple Leafs

Coverage: 2:30 PM, MSG
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Team Leaders
  • Rick Nash
    POINTS 49
  • Rick Nash
    goals 33
  • Derick Brassard
    ASSISTS 26
  • Kevin Klein
    Plus/Minus 20
  • Cam Talbot
    goals against avg 2.28
Team Leaders
  • Phil Kessel
    Points 47
  • Phil Kessel
    Goals 21
  • Phil Kessel
    Assists 26
  • Daniel Winnik
    Plus/Minus 12
  • James Reimer
    goals against avg 3.11
Where They Stand

BY DAVID KOLB, MSG.COM -- Tonight, the Rangers begin a four-game road trip as they head north of the border for an Original Six matchup against the Toronto Maple Leafs at Air Canada Centre. This will be the third and final time the clubs meet this season, as the Leafs have taken the first two games of the season series with the Rangers. The Blueshirts have posted a 30-16-5 record this season (65 points), following a 3-2 overtime loss against the Dallas Stars on Sunday at Madison Square Garden. The Maple Leafs enter the contest with a 23-27-4 record this season (50 points), following a 5-1 win against the Edmonton Oilers on Saturday in Toronto. 

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  • Home/Road

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Rick Nash fired another five shots on net in Sunday’s loss to the Dallas Stars, giving the 30-year old sharpshooter 24 shots and five goals over his past five games and 193 shots and 33 goals this season. He’s been essential for the Blueshirts’ this season, as he has scored 25 of his goals in Ranger wins. For Toronto to have success, Leafs goalie, James Reimer must stand tall tonight versus Nash. Reimer was sensational on Sunday versus Edmonton, stopping 31 of 32 shots, helping the Leafs to their first win since January 9 against Columbus. Reimer enters tonight’s tilt with a 1-0 record this season against the Rangers.

Rick  Nash
Rick Nash #61 Left Wing
  • G 33
  • A 16
  • +/-: 19
James Reimer
James Reimer #34 Goaltender
  • Record: 7-11-0
  • GAA: 3.11
  • SV%: .907
Who's Hot
Ryan McDonagh
Ryan McDonagh #27 Defense

Ryan McDonagh scored his fourth goal of the season in the third period of Saturday’s game in Nashville. The Blueshirts’ captain now has three points in his past four contests and 18 points in 39 games this season.

John Klingberg
John Klingberg #3 Defense

January NHL Rookie of the Month, John Klingberg has continued his torrid pace into February as he now has three points in three February games (one goal, two assists). Saturday in Buffalo he assisted on Both Stars’ goals giving him 10 goals and 17 assists in 38 games.


 The Rangers defeated the Boston Bruins, 3-2, Wednesday. Re-live the Rangers last three games below:

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Rangers vs Panthers
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Rangers vs Hurricanes
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