About the Rangers

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About the Rangers

The Rangers have won three consecutive games heading into tonight’s meeting with the Boston Bruins. In their first 11 games, the Rangers have averaged more than four goals — 45 goals in total, tops in the NHL.

Rangers LW J.T. Miller has four goals and eight assists in 11 games this season. RW Rick Nash and LW Jimmy Vesey share the team’s goal lead (six).

G Antti Ranta is expected to start tonight for the Rangers, meaning it’s likely the Jets will face G Henrik Lundqvist. The veteran netminder is 6-3-0 on the season with a .913 save percentage.



34 Michael Hutchinson
37 Connor Hellebuyck
4 Paul Postma D
5 Mark Stuart D
7 Ben Chiarot D
9 Andrew Copp C
13 Brandon Tanev LW
17 Adam Lowry C
19 Nic Petan C
22 Chris Thorburn RW
26 Blake Wheeler (C) RW
27 Nikolaj Ehlers LW
29 Patrik Laine LW
33 Dustin Byfuglien (A) D
39 Toby Enstrom D
44 Josh Morrissey D
55 Mark Scheifele (A) C
56 Marko Dano RW
81 Kyle Connor RW
91 Alex Burmistrov C
Head coach: Paul Maurice
Assistant coaches: Jamie Kompon, Charlie Huddy, Todd Woodcroft
Goaltending coach: Wade Flaherty


30 Henrik Lundqvist G
32 Antti Raanta G
4 Adam Clendening D
5 Dan Girardi (A) D
8 Kevin Klein D
10 J.T. Miller LW
13 Kevin Hayes C
18 Marc Staal (A) D
19 Jesper Fast RW
20 Chris Kreider LW
21 Derek Stepan (A) C
22 Nick Holden D
24 Oscar Lindberg C
26 Jimmy Vesey LW
27 Ryan McDonagh (C) D
36 Mats Zuccarello RW
40 Michael Grabner RW
61 Rick Nash (A) RW
73 Brandon Pirri RW
76 Brady Skjei D
86 Josh Jooris C
89 Pavel Buchnevich RW
93 Mika Zibanejad C
Head coach: Alain Vigneault
Assistant coaches: Jeff Beukeboom, Darryl Williams
Goaltending coach: Benoit Allaire


Up next:

Jets vs Dallas Stars, 7 p.m.