- Reid Boucher (1) Snap shot - ASST: Damon Severson (1), Paul Thompson (1)
- PPG - Raphael Diaz (1) Slapshot - ASST: J.T. Miller (1), Derek Stepan (1)
- PPG - Raphael Diaz (2) Slapshot - ASST: Derek Stepan (2)
- PPG - Stefan Matteau (1) Snap shot - ASST: Joseph Blandisi (1), Pavel Zacha (1)
- Kyle Palmieri (1) Tip-in - ASST: Andy Greene (1)
- Derek Stepan (1) Slapshot - ASST: Chris Kreider (1)
- Derek Stepan (2) Backhand shot - ASST: NONE
3 on 3 Units:
- Stepan, Kreider, Diaz
- (PK) Dominic Moore, Dylan McIlrath, Mat Bodie
From the Rangers:
- Chris Kreider tallied an assist, recorded two shots on goal, was credited with two hits, and posted a plus-two rating in 16:11 of ice time. Kreider has recorded a point in each of the two preseason games he has played this year (one goal, one assist). Entering the 2015-16 season, he is one of five NHL players who have registered at least 40 goals, 80 points, a plus-30 rating, and 150 penalty minutes since the start of the 2012-13 season.
- Henrik Lundqvist made 23 saves and earned a win in the contest. Through two preseason appearances, Lundqvist has posted a 1-0-0 record, along with a 2.40 GAA and a .917 SV%. Entering the 2015-16 season, Lundqvist is one of four goaltenders in NHL history who have posted at least nine 30-win seasons, along with Martin Brodeur, Patrick Roy, and Ed Belfour.
- Dan Girardi registered five hits and recorded three shots on goal in 20:30 of ice time while making his first preseason appearance this year. The Rangers’ alternate captain led the team in hits (224) and blocked shots (184) in 2014-15.
Derek Stepan notched four points (two goals, two assists), including the game-winning goal in the third period, won nine of 12 faceoffs (75.0%), tied for the team-high with four shots on goal, and posted a plus-two rating. In regular season and playoff action, Stepan’s single-game career-high in points is four (Mar. 26, 2013 at Philadelphia; one goal, three assists). The Rangers’ alternate captain has tallied an assist/point in each of the two preseason games he has played this year (two goals, three assists), both of which have been against New Jersey. In regular season action, Stepan has recorded a goal and has posted a multi-point game in four of his last five contests against the Devils, registering nine points (six goals, three assists) over the span. Last season, Stepan was one of only two NHL players who ranked tied for fifth or higher on his respective team in all of the following categories: assists, points, game-winning goals, plus/minus rating, shots on goal, power play goals, power play assists, power play points, shorthanded goals, shorthanded assists, and shorthanded points (along with Jonathan Toews of the Blackhawks). Stepan leads the Rangers in points (five) and is tied for the team lead in goals (two) in the preseason.
- Raphael Diaz tallied two power play goals, led all skaters with three blocked shots, and registered three shots on goal in 20:44 of ice time. In regular season action, the last Rangers defenseman who has registered two power play goals in one period is Brian Leetch, who tallied two power play goals in the first period at Detroit on Dec. 17, 1993. Diaz is tied for the team lead in goals (two) and is tied for second on the Rangers in points (four) in the preseason.
- J.T. Miller recorded an assist, won three of five faceoffs (60.0%) – including both faceoffs he took on the power play – and posted a plus-two rating in 15:18 of ice time. Last season, Miller established career-highs in games played (58), goals (10), assists (13), points (23), game-winning goals (three), and plus/minus rating (plus-five). Over the last 22 games of the 2014-15 season, he tied for the team lead in even strength goals (five) and game-winning goals (two), tied for second on the team in goals (five), and tied for fourth on the team in even strength points (10).
- DANCE WITH THE DEVIL – The Rangers won both of their preseason games against New Jersey this year, outscoring the Devils, 10-6, in the two contests. In 2014-15, the Blueshirts, who posted a 4-0-0 record against New Jersey during the season, won every game of a season series against the Devils for the first time since 1993-94 (6-0-0).
- SHOOTING GALLERY – New York tallied four goals on 24 shots on goal in the contest (16.7 shooting percentage). Through four preseason games, the Rangers have registered 16 goals on 104 shots on goal (15.4 shooting percentage).
- THREE’S COMPANY – The Blueshirts have registered at least three goals in each of their first four preseason games this year (16 goals; 4.0 goals per game). The Rangers have notched three or more goals in each of their first four preseason games in one season for the first time since 2010-11, when they recorded at least three goals in all six preseason contests.
- POWER SURGE – New York was 2-for-6 (5:08) on the power play in the contest. The Rangers have registered at least one power play goal in three of four preseason games this year, and they have tallied two power play goals in each of the last two games (4-for-10; 40.0% over the span).
- ON POINT – Through four preseason games, Rangers defensemen have recorded 16 points (five goals, 11 assists).
- DEUCES WILD – The Rangers have notched two goals in a period in seven of 12 regulation periods thus far in the preseason.
- HOT AT THE DOT – The Blueshirts won 34 of 64 faceoffs they took in tonight’s contest (53.1%), including all five faceoffs they took while on the power play. Ten different Rangers took at least one faceoff in the game.
- HITTING MACHINE – New York was credited with 41 hits in the contest, as 15 different skaters registered at least one hit and 11 different skaters recorded two or more hits.