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NY Rangers Game 12 Open Thread: Keeping the streak alive

The NY Rangers are looking to win their third straight with the Ottawa Senators coming to town

The Rangers have looked strong their last two games, with solid team wins over the Tampa Bay Lightning and Nashville Predators. Tonight they look to keep their win streak alive against the Ottawa Senators. It looks like it should be a mismatch, as the Rangers dominated the Sens in the second game of the season, but nothing is to be taken for granted with this Blueshirts team.

Yes, the Blueshirts are clicking with Ryan Strome centering Artemi Panarin and an actual 2C with Filip Chytil. However they are riding a shooting percentage spike. When that runs out, their league-worst shot-share numbers are going to rear their ugly heads. Let’s enjoy the run now, though.

Sens Lines

Brady Tkachuk-Jean-Gabriel Pageau-Anthony Duclair
Nick Paul-Chris Tierney-Connor Brown
Vlad Namestnikov-JC Beaudin-Tyler Ennis
Mikkel Boedker-Filip Chlapik-Bobby Ryan

Thomas Chabot-Nikita Zaitsev
Erik Brannstrom-Ron Hainsey
Mark Borowiecki-Dylan Demelo

PP1: Tkachuk-Ennis-Duclair-Chabot-Brown
PP2: Namestnikov-Pageau-Paul-Brannstrom-Demelo

Anders Nilsson gets the start

Rangers Lines

Artemi PanarinRyan StromeJesper Fast
Chris KreiderFilip Chytil-Pavel Buchnevich
Brendan LemieuxBrett HowdenKaapo Kakko
Brendan SmithLias AnderssonGreg McKegg

Libor HajekJacob Trouba
Brady SkjeiTony DeAngelo
Ryan LindgrenAdam Fox

PP1: Panarin-Chytil-Buchnevich-Kreider-DeAngelo
PP2: Kakko-Strome-Lemieux-Trouba-Fox

PK Forwards: Anderson, Fast, Kreider, Strome, Howden, Lemieux
PK Defense: Skjei, Trouba, Staal Smith

Alex Georgiev gets the start.

Scratches: Micheal Haley (healthy), Mika Zibanejad (upper body), Marc Staal (healthy)

Crazy Prediction: A goal a piece for the fourth line.

Game time is 7:00pm.

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