How Lias Andersson played in his season debut

In his season debut last night, Lias Andersson played 12:17, had three shots on goal, 1 giveaway and was 7 and 2 on faceoffs. Andersson was also called for high-sticking twice in the game. By period he had: 4:19 in the first 4:18 in the second 3:40 in the third

4 in a row as the Rangers beat Montreal 5-3

First Period: Tomas Tatar Assists: Jordie Benn, Jeff Petry Chris Kreider Assists: Kevin Hayes Second Period: Tomas Tatar Assists: Phillip Danault, Brendan Gallagher Max Domi (Power Play) Assists: Brendan Gallagher, Jeff Petry Tony DeAngelo Assists: Kevin Hayes, Jimmy Vesey Third Period: Pavel Buchnevich Assists: Marc Staal, Kevin Hayes Neal Pionk Assists: Chris Kreider, Mika Zibanejad Mika Zibanejad (Short Handed) Assists: Vladislav Namestnikov, Brady Skjei

Quinn on Andersson, Howden and Henrik

David Quinn met with the media prior to Tuesday’s game and spoke about Lias Andersson, Brett Howden and more (NYR): Where will Lias play, “He will be in the middle between Vesey and Quickie.” On Lias being called up, “We’ve been talking about it for a little while, he’s been playing really well in Hartford, doing all the things we asked him to do. With Howden’s situation we felt it…

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Lias Andersson called up by the Rangers

The Rangers have announced that LIas Andersson has been called up from the Hartford Wolf Pack. From the Rangers release: Andersson, 20, has skated in 14 AHL games with the Wolf Pack this season, registering four goals and eight assists for 12 points, along with 15 penalty minutes. Among all AHL players younger than 21 years old, Andersson is tied for first in assists and is tied for second in…

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What Brett Howden said on Monday about how he is feeling

Rangers center Brett Howden spoke with the media on Monday after leaving Sunday’s game in the second period with an injury (NYR): “I feel good to be here and just taking it day by day.” On what happened, “Vesey created a 2 on 1 and threw a pass and I hit the side of the net and my momentum, couldn’t stop and was trying to use the boards to stop…

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Updates from Rangers practice on Monday

Brett Howden is not taking part in Rangers practice today after being injured in last night’s game. (Stephenson) Boo Nieves, Freddy Claesson and Ryan Spooner, who missed last night’s game, are all on the ice. (Stephenson) The lines being used today are (Stephenson): Namestnikov, Zibanejad, Zuccarello Kreider, Hayes, Buchnevich Vesey, Spooner, Fast Cody McLeod, Boo Nieves/Filip Chytil, Vinni Lettieri Brendan Smith is paired with Kevin Shattenkirk, Brady Skjei is skating…

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