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Gibanejad, Panarin each score 4 points, Rangers beat Dax

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New York – Mika Gibanejad When artemi panarin With four points each, the New York Rangers defeated the Anaheim Ducks 6-4 at Madison Square Garden on Monday.

With 2 goals and 2 assists, Zibanejad is the team’s leading scorer with 4 goals. With 1 goal and his 3 assists, Panarin leads New York with his 10 points (2 goals and 8 assists). That’s the most by a Rangers player in his first four games of the season.

Adam Fox record 3 assists, Vincent Trochek They had goals and assists (3-1-0) for New York and were 3-for-4 on power plays. Igor Shesterkin Recorded 18 saves.

“I think we’ve seen over the last few years that playoffs and late-season special teams are one of the biggest factors in teams winning and winning the Stanley Cup,” Trochek said. “If we can continue to be successful on our power plays, fine-tune our penalty kills, fine-tune our defensive play, I think we are in the right place.”

Video: ANA@NYR: Gibanejado slams PPG’s one-timer home

Trevor Zeglas score and pavol regenda When Troy Terry Conceding 17 goals in the first three games of Saturday’s 1-1 loss to the New York Islanders, Anaheim (1-2-0) have two assists each.

John Gibson He allowed five goals on 34 shots before being pulled out after the second period. Anthony Stratz Made 8 saves in relief.

Ducks coach Dallas Eakins said Gibson was “dented” in the second period by a slapshot from Zibanejado, which he attributed to his non-return in the 5-2 tied third period. Said it happened.

“He had something going on with his body and just the score it was, I didn’t really think it was a smart move to put him back there,” Eakins said.

Video: ANA@NYR: Zeglas hits a one-in to tie the score in 2nd

New York led 2–0 in the first period on a powerplay goal.Trocek scored backdoor from a pass from Zibanejad at 7:34, Zibanejad beat Dax forward Max Jones Moving to the bottom of the right faceoff circle, he got the feed from Trocheck at 13:10.

“We get a lot of pucks back, but that’s usually when things open up on power plays,” Zibanejad said. I think there’s a pretty good group, two groups, that can do that.”

Frank Vatrano At 15:48 it was 2-1 and in the second at 1:34 Zegras drew 2-2.

“In the first, their one power-play goal was a gift, and they absolutely missed responsibility. In the second period, we gave them two gifts—absolute gifts.” We gave them three easy ones and we lost two. It’s a shame because there was an improvement in the game in many areas, but a missed responsibility blew everything away.”

capo brackets Scored at 9:54 and deflected Gibanejad’s shot past Gibson’s pads and Ducks’ defense John Klingbergskating 3-2.

Alexis Lafreniere At 17:39, he scored his first score of the season in a one-time slot from a pass from . Philip Chitil Went during the duck defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk4-2 lead on the foot.

Panarin scored with a wrist shot from between the top of the circle at 19:26 to make it 5-2. It was seconds after the Rangers intercepted Klingberg’s stretch pass from his zone defensively.

“If you look at teams like Colorado, Tampa, St. Louis, who are champions in this league, they didn’t win because they were skilled, they won because they worked hard,” Eakins said. “They work and they’re relentless about it. It doesn’t matter if they have the pack or not. They’re working. That’s part of our development process here. and our growth process is when we don’t have a pack that has to work harder.

Video: ANA@NYR: Panarine Rip from High Slot

Max Comtois In the third, at 5:33, he scored on a one-timer from the right circle to make it 5-3, but Shestakin made back-to-back saves of Zeglath with left pads and left pads. Adam Henrique He turned off the rebound with his glove to maintain a two-goal lead with 11 minutes remaining.

Zibanejad scored his second power-play goal on a one-timer from the left circle off a pass from Panarin at 11:42, extending New York’s lead to 6–3.

Derek Grant Scored at 16:14 in the 6-4 final.

“We have some work to do, but I like the way we are coming together as a team,” Trocek said. “I like the way you build more and more chemistry game after game. That’s very important.”ant. “

Note: Rangers sent video tribute to Duck center Ryan Strom During the first TV timeout. Strom said he played 263 games in New York, and from 2018 to 2022 he tallied 195 points (71 goals, 124 assists) before moving to Anaheim as a free agent on July 13, where he spent five years in the league. signed a contract. Ice time at 19:05. … Rangers Forward Sammy Brace In his first NHL game since November 14, 2021, when he suffered a season-ending knee injury, he had three shots on goal, six attempted, and three hits at 13:34. He missed the first three games of the season with an upper body injury. Butlerno scored 13 points (8 goals, 5 assists) in 22 games for New York last season after being acquired by the Florida Panthers on March 16. He signed a three-year contract with the Ducks on July 13.