- 1:24 NYR Rick Nash; Assist: Pavel Buchnevich
- 18:41 BUF Kyle Okposo (PPG); Assists: Sam Reinhart, Jack Eichel
- 8:26 NYR J.T. Miller; Assist: David Desharnais
- 17:10 BUF Justin Falk; Assists: Sam Reinhart, Evan Rodrigues
- 6:49 NYR Rick Nash; Assists: Nick Holden, Pavel Buchnevich
- 14:59 BUF Rasmus Ristolainen (PPG); Assists: Kyle Okposo, Jack Eichel
- 16:02 NYR Pavel Buchnevich; Assists: Mika Zibanejad, Rick Nash
- 3: Kyle Okposo
- 2: Pavel Buchnevich
- 1: Rick Nash
- This was a bit of a different game for the Rangers then their win on Tuesday but it ended in the same result.
- Blowing three different one-goal leads is certainly not ideal but the Rangers did a good job of sticking with things and scoring when the opportunities came to them. It would have been a better game for the Rangers if they would have been able to build upon one of those leads but instead they made it harder on themselves and had to sweat it out.
- The Rangers were not as good defensively or with the puck as they were against the Flyers but, for most of the game, the effort and intensity they need to play with to win was there.
- The Rangers have found another top line with Nash, Zibanejad and Buchnevich. Nash has been great in the past two games, Buchnevich is starting to look like he did earlier in the year when he was producing and Mika is doing a nice job down the middle.
- JT Miller should shoot the puck any time he has even a little bit of time and space in the offensive zone.
- So it's two wins in a row at home and now four games on the road, and out West, before the All-Star break. Hopefully for the Rangers they will be strong out west and head into this break with a better feeling than the one they had going into their bye.
What's next: The Rangers travel to Colorado to play the Avalanche on Saturday at 3 p.m.