New York Rangers

  • Goals For
    233 GF
  • Goals Against
    215 GA
  • Power Play %
    18.6 PP%
  • Penalty Kill %
    78.2 PK%
  • Penalty Mins
    704 PIM
  • SNY

    Dylan McIlrath wants to prove he can be in the top-six

    Dylan McIlrath said that his goal last season was to just get his foot in the door but this season he wants to be in a consistent top-six role. (NYR) He said that he needs to prove that he is a reliable defenseman and play consistently and use his tools to play "every night." (NYR) McIlrath said that he was on the ice 4 times a week from July on to get as many reps on the ice as he can. (NYR) Alain Vigneault said that for McIlrath to play on a consistent basis he needs to be defensively responsible and make good decisions with the puck. Vigneault said that McIlrath has gotten better each season and he is expecting him to be better than he was at the end of last season. He added that McIlrath

  • SNY

    Vesey fares well in first game with Rangers

    In his NHL preseason debut, Jimmy Vesey had three shots on goal, one shot that missed the net and one hit, on the Devils Andy Greene, in 16:33. Vesey skated with Rick Nash and Kevin Hayes and played 11:13 at even strength, 5:20 on the PP, 4:41 in the first, 6:21 in the second and 5:31 in the third. Vesey started the game with a breakaway that was stopped by Devils goalie Scott Wedgewood but drew a penalty. Alain Vigneault said that Vesey had a "good game" and that it's all part of the process and "he is only going to get better." (NYR) Vesey said that his breakaway opportunity got him into the game right away and that he is trying to take all of these new experiences in stride and just get better

  • Gilmour, Pirri Lead Rangers Past Devils 3-1
    Blueshirt Banter

    Gilmour, Pirri Lead Rangers Past Devils 3-1

    The New York Rangers picked up their second win of the preseason this evening, as they defeated the New Jersey Devils 3-1 at Madison Square Garden. The notable standouts from tonight’s contest included Brandon Pirri (once again), John Gilmour, Nathan Gerbe, and of course, Jimmy Vesey. In addition, Rick Nash and Kevin Hayes also had strong outings in their opening game, and clicked well with Vesey on the wing. Things started off fairly quickly for the Rangers in this one after Jimmy Vesey immediately broke in on a breakaway and drew a slashing penalty. Not only that, but Vesey showed veteran-like instincts by breaking to the gap, and opening up for a pass from Rick Nash. Vesey didn’t get on the