• Opens season with assist

    News: Chris Kreider picked up an assist and three shots in Wednesday's season-opening victory against the Blackhawks.
    Analysis: Chris Kreider almost had a goal to seal the game, as he used a beautiful move to beat a defender one-on-one and used his great speed to create an opportunity, but missed the shot wide. Still, despite being a guy who has a reputation for turning invisible in some games, Kreider was very noticeable in this one. His second-line combo with Kevin Hayes and Derek Stepan has good chemistry and should be quite productive in the season to come.
  • Rangers' Kreider Stays Hot With Assist

    News: Chris Kreider recorded an assist in Wednesday's 6-5 loss to the Lightning, giving him a point in each of the first three games of the Eastern Conference Finals.
    Analysis: Chris Kreider was quiet during the first round and for the first half of the second round matchup with the Capitals, but he's been on fire ever since. He's produced four goals and a pair of assists across his last six contests.
  • Kreider's Two First-Period Tallies Lift Rangers

    News: Chris Kreider scored 40 seconds into Sunday's Game 6 against Washington, then scored again on a power play with 0.3 seconds remaining in the first period of the eventual 4-3 win.
    Analysis: Chris Kreider's known as a playoff performer, but this was actually his first multi-point effort of this postseason, as he'd managed a modest three points (all goals) in 10 games leading up to Sunday's action. All of a sudden, he's got four goals to show for six games in this series, and the Rangers will be leaning on the budding power forward as they head back to Madison Square Garden for Wednesday's Game 7.
  • Rangers' Kreider Scores Clutch Goal In Game 5 Win

    News: Chris Kreider scored the game-tying goal with just under two minutes remaining in regulation in Friday's Game 5 overtime win over the Capitals.
    Analysis: Chris Kreider is having a strong series, scoring twice and recording 16 shots on goal. The 24-year-old, who scored five game-winning goals in the regular season, has scored a game-winner in these playoffs and is showing he can deliver when it matters most. If the Rangers hope to force a Game 7, Kreider will need to be at his best in Game 6 Sunday in Washington.
  • Kreider's Goal Leads Rangers To Win

    News: Chris Kreider scored the game-winning goal in Monday's Game 3 victory over the Penguins.
    Analysis: Chris Kreider was riding a five game pointless streak stretching back to the end of the regular season, but was able to snap out of it with his second period tally when the puck bounced straight from the boards to his stick right in front of the net. The 23-year-old had by far his most productive season and has already struck for 12 playoff goals in his brief career.
  • Kreider Sizzle Continues In Rangers' Win

    News: Chris Kreider collected another pair of assists in Monday's win over Columbus.
    Analysis: Chris Kreider, who has four goals and nine points in his last nine contests, still has a shot at a 50-point campaign (46 points with three games remaining) in just his second full season in the NHL. Exciting times for keeper league owners who have waited on pins and needles for the Boston native to show signs of consistent point-scoring ability.
  • Kreider Continues Hot Streak In Rangers' Win

    News: Chris Kreider chipped in an assist in Thursday's victory over the Wild.
    Analysis: Without a doubt one of the Rangers' most productive forwards in the last two weeks Chris Kreider has four goals and seven points in last seven contests. The organization's first round pick (19th overall, 2009) has blown by last year's career-high (37 points) with 21 goals, 43 points and 88 penalty minutes through 75 games played.
  • Explosive Game For Rangers' Kreider

    News: Chris Kreider scored a pair of goals, added an assist and went plus-3 in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Senators.
    Analysis: Chris Kreider's first multi-point contest in exactly a month -- he scored two goals against Arizona on Feb. 26 -- pushes him to exactly 20 goals and 40 points on the season, representing a new career high. Kreider's combination of skill and toughness has been key to the Rangers' success this year, and fantasy owners -- particularly those in leagues that count hits -- appreciate it as well.
  • Rangers' Kreider Nets 18th In Win

    News: Chris Kreider scored a goal in Sunday's 7-2 rout of Anaheim.
    Analysis: Crashing the net on a loose puck in the goal, Chris Kreider broke open the scoring less than two minutes into the game. More importantly is Kreider's centerman Derek Stepan broke out of a quiet 12-game drought, perhaps signaling an increase in production for Kreider who has been fairly quiet (four points through 10 games in March) himself. The goal, his 18th of the season, does set a new career-high for while the point ties his career-high of 37 points last season.
  • Rangers' Kreider Par For The Course

    News: Chris Kreider logged an assist in Wednesday's 3-1 win over Washington.
    Analysis: The third year forward also logged four shots on goal in just under 18-minutes of total ice time in the win. The point snaps a light three-game point streak for Chris Kreider whose 17 goals and 35 points through 64 games is just two points shy of tying his career-high 37 points through 66 games last year.