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1. Ryan Callahan, F, NYR: Simply dominant. His short-handed goal might be one of the best in the NHL this season.
2. Derek Stepan, F, NYR: Opportunistic finisher... something the Jets have lacked of late.
3. Nik Antropov, C, Wpg.: The best of the Jets, we thought, with a goal and some solid work all night.
NEW YORK (AP) -- NHL Monday night:
1. N.Y. Rangers, Stepan 11 (Callahan, Nash) 0:19
2. Winnipeg, Antropov 5 (Wellwood) 1:15
3. Winnipeg, Bogosian 3 (Hainsey, Jokinen) 12:54
Penalty -- Stepan NYR (slashing) 14:03.
4. N.Y. Rangers, Callahan 10 (Zuccarello, McDonagh) 3:11 (sh)
Penalties -- Zuccarello NYR (high-sticking) 1:02, Girardi NYR (tripping) 2:23, Kane Wpg (tripping) 12:39, Zuccarello NYR (high-sticking) 14:33, Zuccarello NYR (freezing the puck) 17:14.
5. N.Y. Rangers, Stepan 12 (Stralman, Callahan) 5:46
6. N.Y. Rangers, Nash 13 (Richards, Callahan) 13:07
Penalties -- None
Shots on goal by
Goal -- Winnipeg: Pavelec (L,15-16-2); N.Y. Rangers: Lundqvist (W,15-13-2).
Power plays (goals-chances) -- Winnipeg: 0-5; N.Y. Rangers: 0-1.
Referees -- Frederick L'Ecuyer, Tim Peel. Linesmen -- Shane Heyer, Derek Amell.
Attendance -- 17,200 (17,200).
QUOTABLE: "It's big, obviously, not only to tie the game but for me personally. I have been struggling to put the puck in the net lately. I want to contribute. I want to help the team win." -- Ryan Callahan.
BIG BUFF WATCH: No player had more icetime Monday than the Jets' Dustin Byfuglien at 29:17. He finished a -2.
UP NEXT: The Jets bussed from Manhattan to Long Island immediately after the game for Tuesday's matchup against the Islanders; TSNJets/TSN1290