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  • Player News
    • Henrik Lundqvist NYR G
      Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Another rough outing
      1h ago

      Lundqvist was saddled with the loss during Sunday's 4-1 defeat to Calgary.

      Lundqvist struggled again, allowing four goals while stopping 22 of 26 shots. It's been a tough start to the year for Lundqvist as the loss was his fourth in seven appearances, as he's allowing over 2.5 goals a game on average.

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    • Mats Zuccarello NYR RW
      Rangers' Mats Zuccarello: Still waiting on first goal
      1h ago

      Zuccarello had an assist during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames.

      Zuccarello logged an assist on the Rangers' lone goal during Sunday's loss, spending over 17 minutes on the ice, with nearly two minutes on the power play. Zuccarello finished with a -1 rating, taking two shot in the game. The forward remains in search of his first goal of the new campaign.

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    • Mika Zibanejad NYR C
      Rangers' Mika Zibanejad: Prevents shutout
      1h ago

      Zibanejad scored the Rangers' lone goal of the game during Sunday's 4-1 loss to Calgary.

      Zibanejad scored in the third period to prevent the shutout, while logging 19 mintues on the ice, including over a minute on the power play. Zibanejad finished with a -2 rating, taking four shots in the loss.

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    • Brendan Smith NYR D
      Rangers' Brendan Smith: Minus-one rating
      2h ago

      Smith was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames.

      Smith was unable to have a goal or an assist, logging over 16 minutes on the ice. He wasn't involved in the Rangers' power play, finishing the game with a -1 rating and taking one shot.

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    • Brady Skjei NYR D
      Rangers' Brady Skjei: Plenty of time-on-ice
      2h ago

      Skjei was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames.

      Skjei logged just under 25 minutes on the ice, the second highest total in the game. Despite the heavy involvement in the game, Skjei spent no time on the power play, finishing with a -2 rating and taking one shot in the loss.

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    • Brett Howden NYR C
      Rangers' Brett Howden: Fifteen minutes on ice
      2h ago

      Howden was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 win over the Calgary Flames.

      Howden logged over 15 minutes on the ice, spending just under a minute on the power play. The center finished with a -1 rating, taking two shots and registering four hits in the loss.

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    • Mika Zibanejad NYR C
      Rangers' Mika Zibanejad: Prevents shutout
      1h ago

      Zibanejad scored the Rangers' lone goal of the game during Sunday's 4-1 loss to Calgary.

      Zibanejad scored in the third period to prevent the shutout, while logging 19 mintues on the ice, including over a minute on the power play. Zibanejad finished with a -2 rating, taking four shots in the loss.

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    • Brett Howden NYR C
      Rangers' Brett Howden: Fifteen minutes on ice
      2h ago

      Howden was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 win over the Calgary Flames.

      Howden logged over 15 minutes on the ice, spending just under a minute on the power play. The center finished with a -1 rating, taking two shots and registering four hits in the loss.

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    • Kevin Hayes NYR C
      Rangers' Kevin Hayes: Logs over 18 minutes on ice
      2h ago

      Hayes was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames.

      Hayes was unable to find a goal or an assist, logging the second highest time-on-ice among Rangers' forwards with over 18 minutes on ice. He had just over a minute on the power play, taking three shots during the loss.

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    • Vladislav Namestnikov NYR C
      Rangers' Vladislav Namestnikov: Takes four shots in loss
      2h ago

      Namestnikov was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames.

      Namestnikov was unable to find a goal or an assist while logging over 11 minutes on the ice. He had no power play time, finishing the game with a -1 rating and firing four shots in the loss.

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    • Vinni Lettieri NYR C
      Rangers' Vinni Lettieri: Less than ten minutes on ice
      2h ago

      Lettieri was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames.

      Lettieri wasn't very involved in the game, logging under ten minutes time-on-ice. He finished with a -1 rating, but did fire two shots, while making five hits in the loss.

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    • Sean Monahan CGY C
      Flames' Sean Monahan: One assist on Sunday
      2h ago

      Monahan had an assist during Sunday's 4-1 win over the New York Rangers.

      Monahan had one helper while logging over 17 minutes on the ice, including nearly two minutes on the power play. Monahan finished with a +2 rating, taking one shot and winning eight of his eleven faceoffs.

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    • Mats Zuccarello NYR RW
      Rangers' Mats Zuccarello: Still waiting on first goal
      1h ago

      Zuccarello had an assist during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames.

      Zuccarello logged an assist on the Rangers' lone goal during Sunday's loss, spending over 17 minutes on the ice, with nearly two minutes on the power play. Zuccarello finished with a -1 rating, taking two shot in the game. The forward remains in search of his first goal of the new campaign.

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    • Jesper Fast NYR RW
      Rangers' Jesper Fast: Negative plus-minus
      2h ago

      Fast was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames.

      Fast struggled in the game, registering a -2 rating while spending over 16 minutes on the ice. Fast got no power play time, but did take two shots in the loss.

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    • Johnny Gaudreau CGY LW
      Flames' Johnny Gaudreau: Half of Calgary's goals
      2h ago

      Gaudreau scored twice during Sunday's 4-1 win over the New York Rangers.

      Gaudreau scored half of Calgary's goals while logging nearly 18 minutes on the ice, including two on the power play. The winger finished with a +2 rating, taking four shots in the win. Gaudreau ups his goal total to five in the new season.

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    • James Neal CGY RW
      Flames' James Neal: Fires only one shot
      2h ago

      Neal was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 win over the New York Rangers.

      Neal was unable to score or find an assist, while logging just over 14 minutes on the ice. The winger played over a minute on the power play, taking only one shot in the win.

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    • Garnet Hathaway CGY RW
      Flames' Garnet Hathaway: Scores twice against New York
      2h ago

      Hathaway found the back of the net twice during Sunday's 4-1 win over the New York Rangers.

      The goals were Hathaway's first and second of the season as he's played in four games thus far. Hathaway was on the ice for just over 13 minutes, finishing with a +2 rating.

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    • Kyle Okposo BUF RW
      Sabres' Kyle Okposo: Big day on power play
      8h ago

      Okposo scored two power-play points -- a goal and an assist -- in Sunday's 4-2 win over Anaheim.

      Okposo has a goal and two assists on the power play this season as he looks to produce his fourth consecutive campaign with over 20 power-play points. The Minnesota native is averaging a career-low 15:39 of ice time, including just 11:09 on Sunday.

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    • Brendan Smith NYR D
      Rangers' Brendan Smith: Minus-one rating
      2h ago

      Smith was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames.

      Smith was unable to have a goal or an assist, logging over 16 minutes on the ice. He wasn't involved in the Rangers' power play, finishing the game with a -1 rating and taking one shot.

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    • Brady Skjei NYR D
      Rangers' Brady Skjei: Plenty of time-on-ice
      2h ago

      Skjei was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Calgary Flames.

      Skjei logged just under 25 minutes on the ice, the second highest total in the game. Despite the heavy involvement in the game, Skjei spent no time on the power play, finishing with a -2 rating and taking one shot in the loss.

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    • Mark Giordano CGY D
      Flames' Mark Giordano: Registers a helper
      2h ago

      Giordano had an assist during Sunday's 4-1 win over the New York Rangers.

      Giordano picked up an assist on one of the team's four goals while logging a team-high time-on-ice with over 22 minutes. Giordano spent nearly two minutes on the power play, taking three shots in the win.

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    • Rasmus Andersson CGY D
      Flames' Rasmus Andersson: Plays well despite being pointless
      2h ago

      Andersson was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 win over the New York Rangers.

      Despite not registering a goal or an assist, Andersson had a fine outing finishing with a +3 rating in the win. Andersson spent over 19 minutes on the ice, including nearly two minutes of power play time, taking three shots and making a hit in the win.

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    • Juuso Valimaki CGY D
      Flames' Juuso Valimaki: Lowest time-on-ice among defenceman
      2h ago

      Valimaki was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 win over the New York Rangers.

      Valimaki spent 17 minutes on the ice, the fewest involvement among defenders during the game. He did spend a minute on the power play, finishing with a +1 rating and blocking five shots in the win.

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    • Noah Hanifin CGY D
      Flames' Noah Hanifin: One ice over 20 minutes
      2h ago

      Hanifin was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 win over the New York Rangers.

      Hanifin did not pick up a point, but spent over 20 minutes on the ice, the third highest total on the team. Hanifin played a more defensive role on Sunday as he blocked two shots, but registered none of his own as he remains in search of his first goal of the new season.

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    • Henrik Lundqvist NYR G
      Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist: Another rough outing
      1h ago

      Lundqvist was saddled with the loss during Sunday's 4-1 defeat to Calgary.

      Lundqvist struggled again, allowing four goals while stopping 22 of 26 shots. It's been a tough start to the year for Lundqvist as the loss was his fourth in seven appearances, as he's allowing over 2.5 goals a game on average.

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    • David Rittich CGY G
      Flames' David Rittich: Excellent against Rangers
      2h ago

      Rittich picked up the victory during Sunday's 4-1 win over the New York Rangers.

      Rittich continued his strong play while making his third appearance of the season. He saved 44 of 45 shots on net, as he moved to 2-0 in the year while lowering his goals-against-average to 1.3

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    • Carter Hutton BUF G
      Sabres' Carter Hutton: Allows two goals in win
      8h ago

      Hutton turned aside 26-of-28 shots in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Ducks.

      Hutton earned his first victory since Oct. 8, bringing him to 3-4-0 on the year. He's registered a .909 save percentage in those seven starts, his worst mark since the 2014-15 season where he made just 18 appearances with the Predators. Hutton should suit up for Buffalo's next start against Montreal on Thursday.

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    • Ryan Miller ANA G
      Ducks' Ryan Miller: Stops 41 shots
      9h ago

      Miller yielded three goals on 44 shots in Sunday's 4-2 loss to Buffalo.

      Miller held Buffalo off the scoreboard for over 35 minutes and was granted a 2-0 lead, but the Sabres were relentless on Sunday. In three appearances, the former Sabre is 1-1-0, saving 76-of-81 shots. He's proving to once again be a very serviceable backup to John Gibson.

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    • Cam Ward CHI G
      Blackhawks' Cam Ward: Faces heavy workload in loss
      9h ago

      Ward allowed five goals on 54 shots in a 6-3 loss to the Lightning on Sunday.

      Most of the damage to Ward was done in the second period, where Tampa Bay scored three goals on a ridiculous 33 shots, an NHL record for most shots on goal in one period. It obviously wasn't the cleanest outing, but having to face 54 shots rarely yields positive results. Chicago has three games in four days later this week and Ward should be expected to start at least one of those.

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    • Louis Domingue TB G
      Lightning's Louis Domingue: Turns aside 33 shots
      9h ago

      Domingue stopped 33-of-36 shots in a 6-3 win over the Blackhawks.

      Domingue held Chicago to just one goal until about the final five minutes of the contest when the Blackhawks put two pucks past him within a minute. The 6-foot-3 backup netminder has been very good in his two starts this year, stopping 71-of-76 shots in a pair of victories.

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