The New York Rangers rallied from three goals down to beat the rival New York Islanders 6-5 in a Stadium Series game at MetLife Stadium. Artemi Panarin scored the game-winning goal just 10 seconds into overtime, knocking in the puck off Islanders defenseman Noah Dobson and goalie Ilya Sorokin. The goal was confirmed after a review.

By the Numbers
  • Rangers won their seventh straight and remained perfect in five outdoor games.
  • Igor Shesterkin finished with 36 saves.
  • Vincent Trocheck had two goals and an assist.
  • Dobson had three assists to top 50 for the season and Sorokin made 32 saves.
  • Second biggest crowd for an NHL outdoor game with 79,690 attendees.
State of Play
  • Rangers behind the bench for his fifth outdoor game, tying Joel Quenneville for the most in NHL history.
  • Islanders pulled four points behind Detroit for the second wild card in the Eastern Conference.
  • Islanders coach Patrick Roy fell to 3-3-3 since replacing the fired Lane Lambert.
What's Next

Rangers will host Dallas on Tuesday night before returning to New Jersey to face the Devils on Thursday night. Islanders will be at Pittsburgh on Tuesday night to open a two-game road trip.

Bottom Line

The New York Rangers staged an impressive comeback, winning their seventh straight game and maintaining a perfect record in outdoor games. Artemi Panarin's overtime goal secured a dramatic victory over the Islanders at MetLife Stadium, marking a significant moment in the teams' rivalry.