- Julien Gauthier (2) Assists: Ryan Lindgren (6)
- Ryan Strome (6) Assists: Alexis Lafreniere (1), Chris Kreider (2)
- Patrice Bergeron (8) Assists: Brad Marchand (12), David Pastrnak (6)
- Colin Blackwell (4) (Power Play) Assists: Adam Fox (8), Ryan Strome (6)
- Chris Kreider (9) Assists: Ryan Strome (7)
- Pavel Buchnevich (5) Assists: Adam Fox (9), Ryan Lindgren (7)
- Jonny Brodzinski (1) Assists: Kevin Rooney (2), Brendan Smith (2)
- Brad Marchand (10) Assists: David Pastrnak (7), Jakub Zboril (4)
- 3: Ryan Lindgren
- 2: Adam Fox
- 1: Ryan Strome
- That was just a solid win. Solid offense, solid defense, physical, contributions up and down the lineup and solid goaltending when they needed it.
- They were much sharper in all areas, structured and limited what Boston could do. It was a better effort, and much better result, than Wednesday against the Flyers.
- In the absence of Artemi Panarin, Chris Kreider continued to step up, Ryan Strome had a terrific game and Alexei Lafreniere was making plays. In general though, the Rangers went to the net and were rewarded for it.
- Last Saturday against Washington and tonight against Boston were probably the best games the Rangers have played this season. They didn’t back down from playing one of the top teams in their division, matched up physically and got people on each line to score.
- The Rangers need more games like this if they want to climb in the standings. They are learning how to win, should be getting healthier and if those two things can intersect, the Rangers could certainly make a charge at one of the playoff spots in the East. It’s still a pretty big jump from here to there, but the Rangers are showing to themselves how they need to play to win consistently.