In an anticipated matchup, the New York Rangers, leading the Metropolitan Division, take on the Detroit Red Wings, who aim to extend their three-game winning streak at home. 7pm EST


Detroit holds a solid record of 37-30-8 overall, with a strong home performance of 21-11-5. Their offensive prowess, ranking 9th in the league with 249 total goals, averaging 3.3 per game, promises an exciting offensive game.

On the other side, the Rangers, with a commanding record of 51-21-4, are formidable on the road with a 24-11-4 record. Their success often hinges on power-play goals, with a notable 23-11-0 record when scoring one or more. With the Rangers prevailing 3-2 in their last encounter, the stakes are high for both teams.

Key players to watch include Alex DeBrincat for the Red Wings, with 24 goals and 36 assists, and Shayne Gostisbehere’s consistent performance with seven assists in the last 10 games. Vincent Trocheck leads the Rangers with 25 goals and 50 assists, complemented by Artemi Panarin’s recent impressive run of nine goals and 12 assists in the last 10 games.

The Red Wings come into the game with a 4-4-2 record in their last 10 games, while the Rangers boast an impressive 8-2-0 record, promising an intense and competitive showdown.

Jonathan Quick between the pipes



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