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95-96NYR
1995–96 New York Rangers · NHL
Division 2nd Atlantic
Conference 3rd Eastern
1995–96 record 41–27–14
Goals for 272
Goals against 237
General Manager Neil Smith
Coach Colin Campbell
Captain Mark Messier
Arena Madison Square Garden
Team leaders
Goals Mark Messier (47)
Assists Brian Leetch (70)
Points Mark Messier (99)
Penalties in minutes Jeff Beukeboom (220)
Wins Mike Richter (24)
Goals against average Jamie Ram (0.00)

The 1995–96 New York Rangers season was the 70th season for the team in the National Hockey League. During the regular season, the Rangers posted a 41–27–14 record, which placed them second in the Atlantic Division and gave them a berth in the Stanley Cup playoffs. In the first round of the playoffs, New York defeated the Montreal Canadiens in six games to advance to the Eastern Conference semi-finals, where the team lost to the Pittsburgh Penguins in five games.

OffseasonEdit

Regular seasonEdit

Final standingsEdit

Atlantic Division
GP W L T GF GA Pts
Philadelphia Flyers 82 45 24 13 282 208 103
New York Rangers 82 41 27 14 272 237 96
Florida Panthers 82 41 31 10 254 234 92
Washington Capitals 82 39 32 11 234 204 89
Tampa Bay Lightning 82 38 32 12 238 248 88
New Jersey Devils 82 37 33 12 215 202 86
New York Islanders 82 22 50 10 229 315 54

Game logEdit

# R Date Score Opponent Record
1LOct 7, 19950–2 @ Hartford Whalers0–1–0
2WOct 11, 19956–4 Winnipeg Jets1–1–0
3WOct 14, 19952–0 @ Toronto Maple Leafs2–1–0
5WOct 17, 19955–1 @ New York Islanders3–2–0
6WOct 20, 19953–1 @ Buffalo Sabres4–2–0
7LOct 22, 19952–4 Ottawa Senators4–3–0
8WOct 24, 19955–2 Vancouver Canucks5–3–0
9TOct 26, 19954–4 OT @ Tampa Bay Lightning5–3–1
10WOct 29, 19953–2 Toronto Maple Leafs6–3–1
11WOct 31, 19955–3 @ San Jose Sharks7–3–1
12LNov 2, 19953–5 @ Los Angeles Kings7–4–1
13LNov 3, 19954–7 @ Mighty Ducks of Anaheim7–5–1
14WNov 6, 19954–2 Calgary Flames8–5–1
15WNov 8, 19955–4 Tampa Bay Lightning9–5–1
16WNov 10, 19954–1 New York Islanders10–5–1
17WNov 11, 19954–1 @ Hartford Whalers11–5–1
18TNov 14, 19951–1 OT @ St. Louis Blues11–5–2
19LNov 16, 19951–3 @ Chicago Blackhawks11–6–2
20LNov 17, 19953–6 @ Winnipeg Jets11–7–2
21WNov 21, 19959–4 Pittsburgh Penguins12–7–2
22WNov 22, 19954–3 @ Pittsburgh Penguins13–7–2
23LNov 25, 19950–2 @ Detroit Red Wings13–8–2
24TNov 27, 19951–1 OT New Jersey Devils13–8–3
25WNov 29, 19955–3 Buffalo Sabres14–8–3
26WDec 1, 19955–3 Colorado Avalanche15–8–3
27WDec 2, 19954–2 @ Ottawa Senators16–8–3
28WDec 4, 19955–1 Mighty Ducks of Anaheim17–8–3
29TDec 6, 19955–5 OT Chicago Blackhawks17–8–4
30WDec 8, 19952–1 OT Detroit Red Wings18–8–4
31TDec 9, 19952–2 OT @ Montreal Canadiens18–8–5
32WDec 11, 19953–2 Dallas Stars19–8–5
33WDec 13, 19954–2 Boston Bruins20–8–5
34LDec 15, 19954–5 @ Buffalo Sabres20–9–5
35LDec 16, 19952–3 @ Washington Capitals20–10–5
36WDec 18, 19953–0 Washington Capitals21–10–5
37WDec 21, 19952–1 @ Philadelphia Flyers22–10–5
38TDec 22, 19953–3 OT Hartford Whalers22–10–6
39WDec 26, 19956–4 Ottawa Senators23–10–6
40WDec 28, 19953–2 @ Vancouver Canucks24–10–6
41WDec 30, 19958–3 @ Edmonton Oilers25–10–6
42LDec 31, 19951–3 @ Calgary Flames25–11–6
43WJan 3, 19967–4 Montreal Canadiens26–11–6
44TJan 5, 19964–4 OT @ Washington Capitals26–11–7
45WJan 10, 19967–4 San Jose Sharks27–11–7
46WJan 13, 19964–0 @ Philadelphia Flyers28–11–7
47TJan 14, 19963–3 OT St. Louis Blues28–11–8
48WJan 22, 19963–1 Los Angeles Kings29–11–8
49TJan 24, 19964–4 OT Philadelphia Flyers29–11–9
50WJan 27, 19965–3 @ Boston Bruins30–11–9
51TJan 31, 19961–1 OT @ Dallas Stars30–11–10
52LFeb 3, 19961–7 @ Colorado Avalanche30–12–10
53WFeb 6, 19964–2 @ New York Islanders31–12–10
54WFeb 8, 19966–2 New York Islanders32–12–10
55LFeb 10, 19960–3 @ New Jersey Devils32–13–10
56WFeb 11, 19966–2 @ Tampa Bay Lightning33–13–10
57TFeb 15, 19962–2 OT Montreal Canadiens33–13–11
58WFeb 17, 19962–1 OT @ Ottawa Senators34–13–11
59LFeb 18, 19963–4 OT @ Pittsburgh Penguins34–14–11
60LFeb 22, 19963–5 New York Islanders34–15–11
61WFeb 24, 19964–0 @ Florida Panthers35–15–11
62LFeb 27, 19963–5 Washington Capitals35–16–11
63LFeb 28, 19961–3 Boston Bruins35–17–11
64TMar 1, 19963–3 OT Buffalo Sabres35–17–12
65TMar 4, 19962–2 OT New Jersey Devils35–17–13
66LMar 7, 19962–5 @ Tampa Bay Lightning35–18–13
67WMar 9, 19966–1 @ Washington Capitals36–18–13
68TMar 13, 19963–3 OT Florida Panthers36–18–14
69LMar 16, 19962–4 @ Montreal Canadiens36–19–14
70LMar 19, 19961–4 Edmonton Oilers36–20–14
71WMar 23, 19965–4 @ Boston Bruins37–20–14
72LMar 24, 19962–8 Pittsburgh Penguins37–21–14
73WMar 27, 19963–0 Florida Panthers38–21–14
74WMar 31, 19964–1 @ New York Islanders39–21–14
75WApr 2, 19963–1 New Jersey Devils40–21–14
76LApr 4, 19961–4 @ Philadelphia Flyers40–22–14
77WApr 5, 19963–1 Philadelphia Flyers41–22–14
78LApr 7, 19962–4 @ New Jersey Devils41–23–14
79LApr 8, 19963–5 Florida Panthers41–24–14
80LApr 10, 19961–4 Washington Capitals41–25–14
81LApr 12, 19962–3 Tampa Bay Lightning41–26–14
82LApr 14, 19961–5 @ Florida Panthers41–27–14

PlayoffsEdit

TransactionsEdit

  • July 28, 1995 - Doug Lidster was traded by the St. Louis Blues to the New York Rangers in exchange for Jay Wells.[1]

Draft picksEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Yannis, Alex (August 1, 1995). Hockey; Rangers Regain Lidster by Dealing Wells. The New York Times. Retrieved on October 16, 2009.

External linksEdit


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