GameNite: Rangers and Sens 7:30PM

From the Rangers:

All-Time: 34-37-3-4 overall (14-22-0-2 at home; 20-15-3-2 on the road)
2013-14: Tonight is the second of three meetings this season, and the second and final meeting at the Canadian Tire Centre. New York is 1-0-0 overall (0-0-0 at home; 1-0-0 on the road), following a 4-1 win on Jan. 18 at Ottawa. The Rangers out-scored the Senators, 3-0, in the second and third periods. The Blueshirts’ power play was 1-4 (25.0%) in the contest, while the penalty kill was 2-2 (100.0%). Derek Stepan led all skaters with three points (one goal, two assists), while Rick Nash, Brad Richards, and Mats Zuccarello each tallied a goal. Cam Talbot made 29 saves.


Last Season: New York was 0-2-1 overall (0-1-0 at home, 0-1-1 on the road). The Rangers and Senators were separated by one goal in two of the three contests, including one game decided in the shootout. The Blueshirts had eleven different players register a point in the series, with goals from Rick Nash, Brad Richards, Ryan Callahan, and Ryan McDonagh. Henrik Lundqvist was 0-2-1 with a 2.29 GAA and .933 Sv%.
The Rangers have registered a point in nine of their last 12 games at Ottawa (8-3-1), including wins in seven of the last 10 on the road against the Senators
The Blueshirts and Senators have been separated by one goal in five of their last nine meetings, with three of those games ending in the shootout
Henrik Lundqvist has appeared in 29 of the Rangers’ last 31 meetings with Ottawa, dating back to Dec. 26, 2005
New York is 20-13-0 on the road; Ottawa is 13-13-6 at home
New York is 13-6-1 vs. Atlantic Division opponents; Ottawa is 8-7-2 vs. Metropolitan Division opponents
New York lists no former Senators on their roster
Ottawa lists no former Rangers on their roster

INDIVIDUAL CAREER LEADERS vs. SENATORS:
Henrik Lundqvist – 29 GP, 11-14-3, 1 SO, 2.08 GAA
Martin St. Louis – 50 GP, 15-28–43
Brad Richards – 39 GP, 15-13–28
Derek Stepan – 12 GP, 4-7–11
Marc Staal – 20 GP, 0-4–4




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ed_zachary
ed_zachary

Oh, crap!  Anson Carter is commentating on the pregame show.  We're doomed!