The New York Rangers secured their fifth consecutive win, with Igor Shesterkin delivering his first shutout of the season in a 2-0 victory over the red-hot Calgary Flames. The Rangers' power play struggle continued, extending to 15 consecutive man-advantages without a goal. Markstrom's outstanding performance posed a significant challenge, stopping all eleven shots on goal from the Rangers in the first period. The game saw escalated physicality, with a total of 21-19 shots in favor of the Rangers through two periods.

By the Numbers
  • 15 consecutive man-advantages without a power play goal
  • 21-19 shots in favor of the Rangers through two periods
State of Play
  • Igor Shesterkin's first shutout of the season
  • The Rangers secure their fifth consecutive win
  • The team continues to lead the Metropolitan Division
What's Next

The Rangers will face the Montreal Canadiens at the Garden on Thursday night.

Bottom Line

Igor Shesterkin's stellar performance leads the Rangers to their fifth straight win, reaffirming their position at the top of the Metropolitan Division.