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2022 191.55.3 36 18 54 21 18:24
2021 2865.5 52 25 77 19 18:43
3y Avg. 1965.4 36 18 54 13 18:17
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Comes up big for Rangers

    Kreider supplied a goal and two assists in the Rangers' 5-2 victory over New Jersey in Game 6 on Saturday. Kreider has been dominant in the first round, providing six goals and nine points through six outings. He was especially important to the Rangers' success Saturday. With the Devils up 1-0, Kreider scored on the power play late in the first period to tie the contest, and he then supplied the primary assists on the Rangers' two second-period tallies to put New York up 3-1. The 31-year-old's marker Saturday was his 40th goal in 106 career playoff appearances.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Nets lone goal in loss

    Kreider scored a goal and added two hits in Saturday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Devils in Game 3. Kreider opened the scoring at 3:39 of the second period, but that was all the Rangers could muster against Akira Schmid. With five goals through three playoff contests, Kreider's been one of the hottest players in the league over the last week. He's added nine shots on net, three hits and a plus-2 rating. His tally Saturday was his first to come at even strength in the postseason.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Gets all-time NHL record with goals

    Kreider scored two power-play goals Thursday in a 5-1 win over the Devils in Game 2. Kreider made it 2-1 at 9:57 of the second frame when he deflected a point shot by Patrick Kane from the slot. He then pushed it to 3-1 with a tip in at the right post off a pass from Kane again. All four of Kreider's goals have come with the man advantage, where he's able to get his stick on just about any kind of shot. He's the first player in NHL history with four power-play goals in his first two games of a playoff year.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Scores twice in Game 1 win

    Kreider scored two power-play goals in Tuesday's 5-1 Game 1 win over the Devils. After potting 26 power-play goals in 2021-22, Kreider dipped down to only eight this season, but he found his mojo in front of the net in the playoff opener. Both of his goals came on deflections in front, and Kreider's first marker ended up being the game-winner. Since the start of last year's playoff run, Kreider has 12 goals in his last 21 postseason games.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Passes Hadfield and adds another

    Kreider potted two goals -- one on the power play -- in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Lightning. Kreider opened the scoring with a power-play deflection in front, passing Vic Hadfield for fifth in Rangers franchise history in goals. He shot the puck right into Andrei Vasilevskiy's glove with most of the net open early in the third period but made no mistake with another opportunity later in the final frame, picking up his second goal on a rebound after Mika Zibanejad hit the post. After scoring only 14 of his 52 goals at even strength last season, Kreider has once again potted 14 at even strength, though his overall goal total has dipped to 35.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Climbing franchise goal list

    Kreider scored a power-play goal in Thursday's 2-1 loss to the Devils. Kreider wired a snap shot at the right post that Devils' netminder Vitek Vanecek couldn't get to after the Devils got hemmed in their zone. With the goal, Kreider moved into a tie with Vic Hadfield for fifth on the Rangers' all-time goals list (262).
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Extends goal streak in win

    Kreider scored a goal on his lone shot in Sunday's 7-0 win over the Predators. Kreider capped the scoring in New York's blowout victory, cleaning up a rebound to extend the lead to 7-0 midway through the second period. Kreider has now scored in three straight games, and he's up to 32 goals and 49 points through 67 contests this season.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Tallies goal vs. Penguins

    Kreider netted a goal in a 6-0 win over Pittsburgh on Saturday. Kreider has provided four goals over his last four games, bringing him up to 31 markers and 48 points in 66 contests this season. His goal-scoring pace is still well behind 2021-22 when he finished with a career high of 52, but this is still the second most he's contributed in a single campaign. The main reason for the drop off is because he's less success on the power play. Kreider's tallied just six goals with the man advantage in 2022-23 compared with 26 last season.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Two goals including GWG

    Kreider scored two goals including the game-winner in Thursday's 4-2 victory over the Penguins. Both tallies came in the third period, as Kreider broke a 2-2 tie with a little over eight minutes left before icing the game with an empty-netter. The 31-year-old has found the back of the net six times in the last 10 games to get him to 30 on the season, and Kreider sits three points short of his fourth career 50-point campaign.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Earns point Sunday with late goal

    Kreider scored his 28th goal of the season in Sunday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Penguins. The veteran winger capped a three-on-two rush midway through the third period to tie the game at 2-2 and salvage a point in the standings for the Rangers. Kreider predictably hasn't been able to repeat his massive 52-goal campaign from a season ago, but he's still been productive for New York as he closes in on the 30-goal mark for the second time in his career. In 17 games since the All-Star break, the 31-year-old has racked up eight goals and 14 points.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Two points in loss to Caps

    Kreider scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Saturday's 6-3 loss to the Capitals. Both points came in the third period after the Rangers had already dug themselves a 5-1 hole. Kreider snapped a brief three-game point drought with the performance, and on the season he's up to 25 goals and 41 points through 56 games, the fourth time in his career he's reached the 25-goal plateau.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Does damage on special teams

    Kreider scored two goals -- one on the power play, the other shorthanded -- in Friday's 5-4 shootout win over the Oilers. Kreider showed off his skills in both special-teams situations. The 31-year-old winger has been excellent lately with five goals and four helpers during a seven-game point streak. He's up to 24 tallies, including three shorthanded and five on the power play this season. He's recorded 39 points, 166 shots, 83 hits and a plus-16 rating through 52 contests overall.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Has two-point game

    Kreider registered two assists in the Rangers' 6-3 victory over the Kraken on Friday. Kreider's second helper was recorded during a Rangers power play. He has 21 goals and 35 points in 49 games in 2022-23, including 12 points with the man advantage. Kreider is on a four-game scoring streak.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Reaches 20-goal milestone

    Kreider found the back of the net in a 4-1 victory over the Golden Knights on Friday. Kreider opened the scoring at 16:08 of the first period. It was the 31-year-old's first point over four games since returning Jan. 19 from an upper-body injury. He has 20 goals and 31 points in 46 contests this season.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Set to face Bruins

    Kreider (upper body) is slated to play Thursday versus Boston. Kreider missed the Rangers' previous three games because of the injury. He has 19 goals and 30 points in 42 contests in 2022-23. Kreider's return might result in Sammy Blais, who has played in the Rangers' last three games, serving as a healthy scratch.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Won't return Monday

    Kreider (upper body) isn't expected to play Monday versus Columbus, per Mollie Walker of the New York Post. Kreider missed the Rangers' last two contests. He has 19 goals and 30 points in 42 games this season. Kreider is "real close" to returning, Rangers coach Gerard Gallant told Mollie Walker of the New York Post, so maybe Kreider will return Thursday against Boston.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Out Sunday

    Kreider (upper body) will not play Sunday against Montreal, Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today reports. As expected, Kreider will miss a second straight game while nursing an upper-body injury. The veteran winger is skating on his own but will likely need to get into a practice session before returning to action. The Rangers play in Columbus on Monday.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Doubtful Sunday

    Kreider (upper body) is doubtful for Sunday's tilt versus Montreal, Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today reports. Kreider skated on his own Saturday but wasn't available for practice. The winger sat out his first game of the season Thursday with the injury. Kreider has 19 goals and 30 points in 42 games this season.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Officially ruled out Thursday

    Kreider (upper body) will not play against the Stars on Thursday, Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today reports. Kreider will be on the shelf for the first time this season after having appeared in all 42 contests to open the year. In those outings, the 31-year-old winger has racked up 19 goals and 11 helpers. While it seems unlikely the Massachusetts native will reach the 50-goal threshold as he did last season, he should still be capable of notching 40 goals, barring an extended stint on the shelf.
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  • Rangers' Chris Kreider: Sustains upper-body injury

    Kreider (upper body) will be evaluated further Wednesday after leaving Tuesday's game versus the Wild, Mollie Walker of the New York Post reports. Kreider appeared to injure his arm in the third period of the contest, though head coach Gerard Gallant didn't elaborate on the winger's status. With Julien Gauthier (upper body) also exiting the contest, the Rangers may need to call up a forward if both of their injured players can't dress for Thursday's game versus the Stars. Prior to a scoreless outing Tuesday, Kreider had scored three times in the four previous games.
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