New York Rangers All-Time Roster

Seasons with Rangers: 10 (1991-2001)
Regular-Season Games with Rangers: 772
Playoff Games with Rangers: 68

Acquired
Signed with Rangers as a restricted free agent on Sept. 3, 1991. Nine days later, Edmonton received Troy Mallette as compensation for the signing.

Departed
Traded by Rangers to San Jose with future considerations in exchange for Mikael Samuelsson and Christian Gosselin on June 24, 2001.

Show All Stats
NYR - Career Regular Season Stats
Season Team GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S%
1991-1992 Rangers 80 26 33 59 19 139 4 4 4 228 11.4
1992-1993 Rangers 84 36 29 65 -4 148 12 1 6 275 13.1
1993-1994 Rangers 84 52 27 79 27 127 20 4 4 291 17.9
1994-1995 Rangers 47 17 14 31 9 51 9 0 3 185 9.2
1995-1996 Rangers 82 22 36 58 18 100 9 1 2 266 8.3
1996-1997 Rangers 82 33 28 61 10 66 10 4 3 269 12.3
1997-1998 Rangers 72 23 12 35 -30 41 10 0 2 226 10.2
1998-1999 Rangers 82 38 15 53 -12 47 14 2 7 239 15.9
1999-2000 Rangers 77 23 17 40 -15 14 11 0 4 194 11.9
2000-2001 Rangers 82 10 16 26 -16 77 1 0 1 136 7.4
Team Totals: 772 280 227 507 6 810 100 16 36 2,309 12.1
NYR - Career Playoff Stats
Season Team GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S%
1991-1992 Rangers 10 5 3 8 -6 22 1 0 1 33 15.2
1993-1994 Rangers 23 10 7 17 12 24 3 0 0 93 10.8
1994-1995 Rangers 10 4 4 8 -13 8 2 0 0 38 10.5
1995-1996 Rangers 10 7 1 8 -9 4 6 0 2 43 16.3
1996-1997 Rangers 15 2 1 3 1 12 1 0 2 39 5.1
Team Totals: 68 28 16 44 -15 70 13 0 5 246 11.4
 Bio/News
RANGERS DEBUT
Oct. 3, 1991 (Rangers at Boston Bruins)

FINAL GAME WITH RANGERS
April 7, 2001 (Rangers at Florida Panthers)

MAJOR NHL AWARDS/ACHIEVEMENTS WITH RANGERS
Masterton Trophy — 2000-01
King Clancy Memorial Trophy (Community Service) — 1993-94
NHL Second All-Star Team — 1993-94
NHL All-Star Game — 1994

RANGERS TEAM AWARDS
Rangers MVP — 1992-93, 1993-94
Players` Player Award — 1991-92, 1992-93, 1994-95, 1998-99
Boucher Trophy (Most Popular) — 1993-94
Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award — 1991-92, 1992-93, 1993-94, 1998-99, 1999-00
Rangers Fan Club Ceil Saidel Award (Dedication) — 1994-95 (inaugural winner), 1995-96 (co-winner), 1996-97, 1997-98, 1998-99, 1999-00, 2000-01
Rangers Good Guy Award — 1992-93
"Crumb Bum" Award (Community Service) — 1992-93

INTERNATIONAL TOURNAMENTS WHILE IN RANGERS ORGANIZATION
1993 World Championships in Germany
1996 World Cup of Hockey
1999 World Championships in Norway

RANGERS TEAM LEADER
Most goals — 1993-94, 1994-95, 1997-98 (tie), 1998-99
Most playoff goals — 1996

RANGERS ORGANIZATION STATISTICS
Minor-league games: 0
Minor-league teams: None.

MISCELLANEOUS
Nickname: Gravy
Uniform Numbers: 11, 9
Stanley Cup Champion: 1994
Retired from NHL: 2003

BIOGRAPHY
One of the most popular figures to ever wear the New York Rangers uniform, Adam Graves spent 10 years with the Blueshirts, setting a watermark in professional sports for excellence both on and off the ice.

Drafted by Detroit, Graves won the Stanley Cup with Edmonton before signing with the Rangers in 1991. He had an immediate impact in New York, registering 26 goals and 33 assists for 59 points in his first season with the Rangers.

Graves will always be best known for his achievements and contributions to the Rangers magical 1994 Stanley Cup team, helping break a 54-year old championship draught. "Gravy" set the Rangers` single season record for most goals in the 1993-94 season, tallying 52 goals to break Vic Hadfield’s 22-year old mark of 50. His record stood for 12 years before Jaromir Jagr notched 54 in the 2005-06 campaign.

Graves also recorded 27 assists for 79 points, appeared NHL All-Star Game, and was named as an NHL Second Team All-Star in 1993-94.

Although it would have been hard for any player to author an encore to his 1993-94 season, Graves appeared in seven more solid seasons in New York, recording at least 20 goals in five of those years.

From 1991-2001, the Rangers` No. 9 won numerous league and team honors. He was recognized by the NHL with its King Clancy Memorial Trophy in 1994, presented annually to the NHL player "who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made noteworthy humanitarian contributions to his community".

In 2000, Graves was honored with the NHL Player Foundation award, "recognizing the NHL player who applies the core values of hockey - -commitment, perseverance and teamwork — to enrich the lives of people in his community.”

The Professional Hockey Writer`s Association awarded Graves the Bill Masterton Trophy in 2001 as the "NHL player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey."

In addition, Graves has received numerous Rangers` team awards, including the Most Valuable Player honor in 1992-93 and 1993-94.

Outside his numerous league and team awards, Graves has been recognized with honors from countless organizations and publications for his achievements in the community, including USA Weekend`s "Most Caring Athlete" Award, Sports Illustrated for Kids` "Good Sport" Award and The Sporting News` "Good Guy" Award.

Traded to San Jose at the 2001 NHL Draft, Graves played two seasons for the Sharks before retiring in 2003 from a shoulder injury. He returned to the Rangers organization in the summer of 2005 as Special Assistant, Prospect Development and Community Relations. In this role, he assists in the Blueshirts` many community outreach and fan development programs and also works with the team`s young prospects as they prepare for a life in pro hockey.

RELATED CONTENT
º Graves` Rangers Staff Profile
º Alumni Spotlight
º Graves` 50-Goal Season
º Rangers NHL Award Winners
º Rangers MVP Winners
º Players` Player Award Winners
º Boucher Trophy Winners
º Steven McDonald Award Winners
º Rangers Good Guy Award Winners
º "Crumb Bum" Award Winners
º Rangers Fan Club Ceil Saidel Award Winners
º A History of the New York Rangers
º Photos of Stanley Cup Champions
º Rangers Single-Season Leaders
º Rangers All-Time Scoring Leaders
º Rangers Career Leaders
º Rangers Who Wore No. 11


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