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New York Rangers All-Time Roster


Acquired
Traded to Rangers by Tampa Bay in exchange for Ryan Callahan, a 2014 2nd-round pick and a 2015 first-round pick on March 5, 2014.

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NYR - Career Regular Season Stats
Season Team GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S%
2013-2014 Rangers 19 1 7 8 1 4 0 1 0 37 2.7
2014-2015 Rangers 9 1 5 6 1 2 0 0 0 13 7.7
Team Totals: 28 2 12 14 2 6 0 1 0 50 4.0
NYR - Career Playoff Stats
Season Team GP G A P +/- PIM PP SH GW S S%
2013-2014 Rangers 25 8 7 15 -5 2 2 0 3 55 14.5
Team Totals: 25 8 7 15 -5 2 2 0 3 55 14.5
 Bio/News
NHL CAREER
2013-14: Registered three shots on goal in 20:11 of ice time in his Rangers debut on Mar. 5 vs. TOR ... Tallied his first point as a Ranger with an assist on the game-winning goal on Mar. 7 at CAR ... Registered his first goal as a Ranger with a shorthanded tally on Apr. 1 at VAN ... Reached the 30-goal plateau for the seventh time in his career ... Tied for 16th in the NHL in goals (30), tied for 19th in points (69), and tied for seventh among NHL forwards in average ice time (20:56) ... Registered the first four-goal game of his career on Jan. 18 vs. SJS ... Established a playoff career- high in games played (25) and tied a playoff career-high in game-winning goals (three) ... Tied for third in the NHL in game-winning goals, tied for fifth in goals (eight), tied for eighth in power play goals (two) and power play points (six), and tied for 10th in points (15) in the playoffs ... Led the Rangers in goals and game-winning goals, ranked second on the team in shooting percentage (14.5%), tied for second in points, power play goals, and power play points, and tied for fifth in assists in the play- offs (seven) ... Tied for the series lead in assists (four) and points (six), and tied for the team lead in goals (two) in the Metropolitan Division Semifinals against PHI ... Registered a three-game point streak from Game 1 vs. PHI on Apr. 17 to Game 3 at PHI on Apr. 22 (two goals, three assists over the span) ... Tied a playoff career-high with a six-game point streak from Game 6 of the Metropolitan Division Finals vs. PIT on May 11 to Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals vs. MTL on May 25 (four goals, three assists over the span) ... Recorded the primary assist on the game- winning goal in Game 7 at PIT on May 13 ... Tied for the team lead in goals (three) and tied for fourth on the Rangers in points (five) in the Eastern Conference Finals against MTL ... Registered the game-winning goal in overtime in Game 4 vs. MTL on May 25 ... Tied for the series lead in goals (two) and tied for fourth on the team in points (two) in the Stanley Cup Final against LAK ... Registered the game-winning goal in Game 4 vs. LAK on June 11.
2012-13
: Captured his second Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s leading scorer with 60 points (17 goals, 43 assists); became the oldest player in NHL history to win the Art Ross Trophy ... Won the Lady Byng Trophy, awarded to the player who exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability, for the third time in four seasons ... Nominated for the Ted Lindsay Award as the NHL’s Most Outstanding Player as voted by members of the NHL Players’ Association ... Led the NHL in assists, ranked fifth in power play assists (17), ninth in power play points (20), and finished third among NHL forwards in average ice time (21:59) ... Led Tampa Bay in power play assists and power play points, tied for first on the team in games played (48) and game-winning goals (two), and ranked second in goals and shots on goal (112)... Was one of five Lightning players to skate in all 48 games ... Registered a point in 36 of 48 contests ... Was one of only two NHL players to not have consecutive point-less games (Chris Kunitz) ... Tallied a season-high, seven-game point streak from Feb. 28 at NYR to Mar. 12 at FLA (three goals, nine assists over the span), including a six-game assist streak from Mar. 2 at BOS to Mar. 12 at FLA ... Registered the seventh hat trick of his career on Apr. 24 vs. TOR.
2011-12
: Led Tampa Bay in assists (49) and takeaways (66), ranked second on the team in goals (25), points (74), shots on goal (185), and power play assists (12), finished third in power play points (16), and tied for third in game-winning goals (three) ... Finished second among NHL forwards in aver- age ice time (22:37) ... Registered at least 70 points for the sixth consecutive season, extending his franchise record ... Posted 20 multi-point games, including four three-point games ... Tallied a nine-game point streak from Jan. 13 at WSH to Feb. 4 vs. FLA (six goals, 10 assists over the span), including an eight-game assist streak from Jan. 13 at WSH to Feb. 2 vs. WPG ... Posted four consecutive multi-point games from Jan. 20 at DAL to Jan. 31 vs. WSH (three goals, five assists over the span) ... Registered his fifth career hat trick while skating in his 900th career NHL game on Feb. 4 vs. FLA ... Recorded his sixth career hat trick assist on Feb. 26 at NJD ... Registered his 800th career point with a goal on Dec. 6 at NYI.
2010-11
: Established career-highs in assists (68), power play assists (37), and power play points (41), and tied a career-high in game-winning goals (seven) ... Won the Lady Byng Trophy, awarded to the player who exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly con- duct combined with a high standard of playing ability, for the second consecutive season ... Named a finalist for the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s Most Valuable Player ... Tied the Lightning single-season franchise record in assists ... Led Tampa Bay and ranked second in the NHL in assists and points (99) ... Led the NHL in power play assists and ranked second in the NHL in power play points ... Finished second on the team in goals (31) ... Posted his eighth straight 25-goal season and tallied at least 80 points for the fifth consecutive season ... Skated in all 82 games for the fifth consecutive season, and the seventh time in eight sea- sons ... Was one of four Lightning players to skate in all 82 games ... Made his sixth consecutive All-Star Game appearance ... Registered a nine-game point streak on two occasions – from Feb. 6 vs. STL to Feb. 27 at NYR (four goals, nine assists over the span) and from Mar. 25 vs. CAR to Apr. 9 at CAR (five goals, nine assists over the span) ... Established a single-game career-high with five assists and tied a single-game career-high with five points on Nov. 18 at PHI ... Established playoff career- highs in goals (10), power play goals (four), and power play points (11) ... Tied for first in the NHL in power play points, tied for second in power play goals, ranked third in goals and tied for third in points (20) in the playoffs ... Led Tampa Bay in goals, points, power play goals, and power play points, ranked second on the team in shots on goal (50), and finished fourth in assists (10) ... Posted eight multi-point games during the playoffs ... Recorded four consecutive multi-point games from Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at PIT on Apr. 15 to Game 5 at PIT on Apr. 23 (four goals, four assists) over the span ... Tied single-game playoff career-highs with two goals and three points, and tallied the game-winning goal, in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference Finals vs. BOS on May 25.
2009-10: Tied a career-high in game- winning goals (seven) ... Led the NHL in power play assists (30), tied for fourth in game-winning goals and power play points (37), finished fifth in assists (65), sixth in points (94), and ranked third among NHL for- wards in average time on ice (21:48) ... Led Tampa Bay in assists, tied for first on the team in game-winning goals, ranked second in goals (29), points, and power play points, tied for second in power play goals, and finished third in shots on goal (242) ... Tied a career-high and a franchise record with a 10-game assist streak from Oct. 6 at CAR to Oct. 31 vs. NJD (12 assists over the stretch) ... Tied a career-high with a five-game goal streak from Jan. 27 vs. MTL to Feb. 4 vs. NYI (five goals over the span).
2008-09
: Led Tampa Bay in goals (30), assists (50), points (80), power play assists (18), power play points (25), shorthanded goals (two), shorthanded points (three), and takeaways (74) ... Ranked second on the team in shots on goal (262), tied for second in plus/ minus rating (plus-four) and game-winning goals (three), tied for third in power play goals (seven), and led all forwards on the team in average ice time (21:17) ... Made his fifth career All-Star Game appearance, representing the Eastern Conference ... Tallied the game-winning goal in overtime on Mar. 24 vs. CBJ.
2007-08
: Established a career-high in average ice time (24:17) ... Led Tampa Bay and tied for seventh in the NHL in assists (58) ... Led the team in shorthanded goals (two) and takeaways (65), tied for the team lead in power play goals (10), power play assists (19), and power play points (29), ranked second on the team in points (83), short- handed points (three), game-winning goals (five), and shots on goal (241), and finished third in goals (25) ... Led all NHL forwards in average ice time ... Recorded two assists in his fourth career All-Star Game appearance, representing the Eastern Conference ... Registered his 500th career point on Mar. 19 at BUF ... Tallied three points (one goal, two assists) and posted a single-game career-high, plus-five rating on Nov. 14 vs. CAR ... Registered a point in 18 of 23 games from Oct. 20 vs. ATL to Dec. 6 vs. CAR, including an eight-game point streak from Nov. 3 vs. ATL to Nov. 19 at ATL (six goals, nine assists over the span).
2006-07
: Established career- highs in goals (43), points (102), power play goals (14), shorthanded assists (six), shots on goal (273), and tied career-highs in game-winning goals (seven) and short- handed points (11) ... Led the NHL in shorthanded assists and shorthanded points, ranked fifth in points, tied for fifth in goals, tied for ninth in assists, and led all NHL forwards in average ice time (24:09) ... Led Tampa Bay in assists, tied for the team lead in game-winning goals, ranked second in goals, points, plus/minus rating (plus- seven), average ice time, power play goals, and shots on goal ... Posted a career-high, 10-game assist streak from Dec. 30 vs. MTL to Jan. 16 vs. TOR (11 assists over the span) ... Recorded a career-high, five points (one goal, four assists) on Dec. 7 vs. ATL ... Tallied a career-high, five-game goal streak from Dec. 12 at TOR to Dec. 21 at OTT (six goals over the span) ... Registered 14 goals in 18 games from Nov. 20 at BUF to Dec. 28 vs. PHI ... Established a franchise record for the fastest three goals scored by one player (six minutes, 17 seconds) on Oct. 26 vs. CAR ... Established a playoff career-high in aver- age ice time (28:06) ... Ranked seventh in the NHL and led all forwards in average ice time ... Led Tampa Bay in plus/minus rating (plus-six), tied for the team lead in assists (five) and points (eight), and tied for second in goals (three) in six playoff games ... Tied a single-game playoff career-high with three assists/points, and re- corded an assist on the game-winning goal, in Game 3 vs. NJD on Apr. 16.
2005-06
: Tied a career-high in game-winning goals (seven) ... Tied for first on Tampa Bay in game-winning goals, tied for second in goals (31), ranked second in shorthanded goals (three) and short- handed points (four), ranked fourth in points (61), and sixth in assists (30) ... Ranked second among forwards and fourth on the team in average ice time (20:59) ... Registered a six-game point streak from Nov. 25 vs. NJD to Dec. 10 vs. NSH (five goals, four assists over the span), including a four-game goal streak from Nov. 30 vs. TOR to Dec. 10 vs. NSH (four goals over the span) ... Led Tampa Bay with four goals and tied for third on the team with four points in five playoff contests ... Registered a three-game goal streak from Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at OTT on Apr. 23 to Game 4 vs. OTT on Apr. 27 ... Registered two goals, including the game-winning goal, in Game 2 at OTT on Apr. 23.
2003-04: Won the Hart Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s Most Valuable Player as selected by the Professional Hockey Writers’ Association and the Ted Lindsay Award as the NHL’s Most Outstanding Player as select- ed by members of the NHLPA ... Captured the Art Ross Trophy as the NHL’s leading scorer with 94 points (38 goals, 56 assists) ... Established career-highs in plus/ minus rating (plus-35), game-winning goals (seven), shorthanded goals (eight), and shorthanded points (11) ... Led the NHL in shorthanded goals and shorthanded points, tied for first in plus/minus rating and assists, and tied for fourth in goals ... Led Tampa Bay in goals, assists, points, plus/minus rating, power play assists (22), power play points (30), shorthanded goals, shorthand- ed points, and game-winning goals, tied for the team lead in shorthanded assists (three), and ranked third in power play goals (eight) ... Posted 26 multi-point efforts, including 10 contests with three or more points ... Registered a point in 23 of 24 games from Jan. 15 vs. CAR to Mar. 3 at CHI (17 goals, 24 assists over the span), including a career-high, 13 game-point streak from Feb. 5 at NSH to Mar. 3 at CHI (eight goals, 15 assists over the span); tied a Tampa Bay record for the longest point streak in franchise history ... Tallied his 100th career NHL goal on Feb. 17 vs. PHI ... Recorded his 100th career NHL assist on Oct. 25 vs. MIN ... Set a Tampa Bay record with three shorthanded points (two goals, one assist) in one game on Dec. 27 vs. BOS ... Registered nine goals and 15 assists for 24 points in 23 playoff games to help Tampa Bay win the Stanley Cup ... Established playoff career-highs in assists, points, and plus/minus rating (plus-six) ... Led the NHL in assists, tied for first in over- time goals (two), ranked second in points, tied for second in game-winning goals, tied for third in power play points (seven), and tied for fourth in goals ... Registered a playoff career-high, six-game point streak from Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at NYI on Apr. 12 to Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals at MTL on Apr. 27 (four goals, seven assists over the span) ... Tallied the series-clinching goal in overtime of Game 5 vs. NYI on Apr. 16 ... Established a single-game playoff career-high with three assists and tied a single-game playoff career-high with a plus-three rating in Game 1 vs. MTL on Apr. 23 ... Tallied six points (four goals, two assists) in seven Stanley Cup Final games against CGY ... Registered two points (one goal, one assist), including the game-winning goal in the second overtime of Game 6 at CGY on June 5.
2002-03: Tied for first the NHL in game-tying goals (three) and tied for seventh in short- handed goals (three) ... Led the team in plus/minus rat- ing (plus-10), shorthanded goals, and shorthanded points (four), tied for the team lead in goals (33), ranked second in power play goals (12) and game-winning goals (five), fourth in points (70), fifth in assists (37), and sixth in power play points (19) ... Selected to his first NHL All-Star Game ... Recorded his 100th career NHL point with an assist on Oct. 18 vs. ATL ... Tallied his first career NHL hat trick on Jan. 30 vs. CAR ... Tied for third in the NHL in game-winning goals (three) and tied for fourth in goals (seven) in the playoffs ... Led Tampa Bay in goals, points (12), plus/minus rating (plus-five), shorthanded goals (two), shorthanded points (two), and game-winning goals, tied for first in power play points (three), and tied for second in assists (five) and power play assists (two) ... Made his NHL playoff debut in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals vs. WSH on Apr. 10 ... Tallied a five-game point streak from Game 2 vs. WSH on Apr. 12 to Game 6 at WSH on Apr. 20 (five goals, four assists over the span), including a playoff career-high, four-game goal streak from Game 3 at WSH on Apr. 15 to Game 6 at WSH on Apr. 20 (five goals over the span) ... Recorded his first career NHL playoff point with an assist in Game 2 vs. WSH on Apr. 12.
2001-02
: Led Tampa Bay in plus/minus rating (plus-four), tied for the team lead in shorthanded points (two), tied for second in shorthanded goals (one), ranked third in power play goals (six) and finished fifth in goals (16), assists (19), and points (35) ... Tallied 14 points (nine goals, five assists) during a 16-game stretch from Dec. 17 at MTL to Jan. 21 vs. NJD.
2000-01
: Led Tampa Bay – and tied for 10th in the NHL – in shorthanded goals (three) and tied for the team lead in game-winning goals (four) ... Finished fourth on the team in goals (18) and points (40), and ranked sixth in assists (22) ... Made his Tampa Bay debut on Oct. 6 vs. NYI ... Registered his first goal with Tampa Bay on Nov. 22 vs. ATL.
1999-00
: Registered the first multi-point game of his NHL career on Dec. 4 at NJD (one goal, one assist) ... Posted his first career multi-goal game in the NHL and recorded his first career game-winning goal on Mar. 1 vs. PIT (two goals).
1998- 99
: Made his NHL debut on Oct. 9 vs. SJS ... Registered the first point of his NHL career with a goal on Oct. 20 at DAL ... Recorded his first career NHL assist on Oct. 23 at NSH.

COLLEGE CAREER
1996-97: Named a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award as the top player in college hockey for the third consecutive season ... Led Vermont in scoring for the fourth consecutive season, registering 60 points (24 goals, 36 assists) in 36 games ... Became Vermont’s all-time leader in assists (176) and points (267), and finished his career third on Vermont’s all- time goals list (91) ... Served as captain for the second consecutive season.
1995-96
: Established career-highs in goals (29), assists (56), points (85), and shorthanded goals (six) ... Tied for the most assists and points in one season in Vermont history ... Named a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award as the top player in college hockey for the second consecutive season ... Set a Vermont record for shorthanded goals in one season ... Served as captain.
1994-95
: Selected as ECAC player of the year ... Named a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award as the top player in college hockey ... Led the team in scoring with 71 points (23 goals, 48 assists) in 35 games ... Led the team in assists.
1993-94
: Led Vermont in scoring with 51 points (15 goals, 36 assists) as a freshman ... Led the team in assists ... Selected as the ECAC Rookie of the Year.

EUROPEAN CAREER
2004-05: Registered nine goals and 16 assists for 25 points, along with 16 penalty minutes in 23 games for Lausanne HC of the Swiss National League A (NLA) ... Tallied two goals in five games while helping HC Davos win the Spengler Cup.

INTERNATIONAL CAREER
2014:
Captured a gold medal with Team Canada at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
2009
: Won a silver medal with Team Canada at the 2009 World Championship ... Named to the All-Tournament Team after registering 15 points (four goals, 11 assists), along with a plus-eight rating in nine games ... Led all skaters in the tournament in assists and points, and was tied for third in plus/minus rating ...
2008
: Won a silver medal with Team Canada at the 2008 World Championship ... Registered 10 points (two goals, eight assists) in nine games.
2006
: Represented Canada at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy ... Registered three points (two goals, one assist) in six games ... Tied for the team lead in goals ...
2004
: Registered four points (two goals, two assists) in six games while helping Canada win the 2004 World Cup of Hockey.

BACKGROUND
Lists golf as his favorite sport other than hockey ... Enjoys spending time with his family ... His favorite movie is Forest Gump ... Married - wife, Heather; sons, Ryan, Lucas and Mason.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS
February 19, 1998 – Signed by Calgary as a free agent. July 31, 2000 – Signed by Tampa Bay as a free agent. March 5, 2014 – Acquired by the Rangers in exchange for Ryan Callahan, a first round pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft (later traded) and a first round pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.
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