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Eastern Metropolitan Standings

Team W-L-OTL Pts
52-21-9 113
52-22-8 112
47-22-13 107
42-31-9 93
40-31-11 91
35-37-10 80
31-38-13 75
25-48-9 59

2022 Stats

Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
Time On Ice Per Game
Penalty Minutes
Regular Season 36 57 -22 19:19 16
Post Season 5 6 0 17:22 6

Top Patrick Kane News

  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Played through lower-body injury

    Kane was dealing with a lower-body injury during the playoffs, per Dan Rosen of

    Kane still managed to record a goal and six points in seven playoff games while averaging 17:21 of ice time. With the Rangers' postseason run over, he will focus on his health issue and hopes to find out soon if he'll need surgery. Kane has completed his eight-year, $84 million contract and is eligible to become an unrestricted free agent this summer.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Adds another helper

    Kane recorded an assist in Monday's 3-1 loss to the Devils.

    Kane picked up an assist on Vincent Trocheck's tally early in the third period, the Rangers' lone goal in the contest. The 34-year-old Kane has recorded at least a point in every game so far in the series, tallying a goal and five assists. He logged 21 goals and 57 points in 73 regular-season contests between New York and Chicago.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Stays warm with helper

    Kane provided an assist, four shots on goal and two PIM in Saturday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Devils.

    Kane has a goal, four helpers and 11 shots on net through three playoff contests. His 12 points in 19 regular-season games with the Rangers following his trade from Chicago didn't stand out, but he's clicked with Mika Zibanejad and Chris Kreider in the postseason. Kane's playmaking and power-play work should continue to lead to strong offense during the playoffs.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Climbing ranks of U.S.-born stars

    Kane had a goal and two assists in a 5-1 win over the Devils on Thursday in Game 2.

    It was Kane's best game in a Rangers uniform since arriving in a three-player trade on Feb. 28. He made it 4-1 early in the third when he broke into the Devils' zone down the left wing before cutting across the crease and lofting a backhander over Vitek Vanecek's left arm. It was Kane's ninth career three-point playoff game, tying him with Chris Chelios for fourth most in NHL history by a U.S.-born player. And the goal was Kane's 53rd in the postseason, which ties him with Jeremy Roenick for fourth most among American players.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Bags power-play assist

    Kane recorded a power-play assists in Tuesday's 5-1 victory over New Jersey in Game 1.

    Since returning from a brief two-game absence, Kane has notched three assists in his last four contests. Still, the Buffalo native remains stuck in a seven-game goal drought during which he put just 13 shots on net. Even with the slump, Kane should be considered a top-end fantasy target heading into Game 2 on Thursday.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Expected to play

    Kane (lower body) is expected to play Saturday against Columbus, Aaron Portzline of The Athletic reports.

    Kane, who sat out the past two games, has collected five goals, five assists and 39 shots on net in 16 games with the Rangers since being acquired from Chicago on Feb. 28. He is projected to be back on the top line alongside Mika Zibanejad and Chris Kreider.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Skates Saturday, game-time decision

    Kane (lower body) practiced Saturday morning but will be a game-time call against the Blue Jackets, per Colin Stephenson of Newsday.

    Kane has missed two games while recovering from a lower-body injury. He could rejoin the lineup Saturday against the Blue Jackets, though the Rangers could elect to get Kane some extra rest with a playoff spot already clinched. The 34-year-old winger has 21 goals and 55 points in 70 games between New York and Chicago.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Not playing Thursday

    Kane (lower body) won't play Thursday versus the Blues, Mollie Walker of the New York Post reports.

    Kane will miss his second straight game with the injury, though head coach Gerard Gallant said it remains a precautionary move from the Rangers. The star winger's next chance to play is Saturday versus the Blue Jackets.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Questionable Thursday

    Kane (lower body) is questionable for Thursday's game in St. Louis.

    Kane missed Wednesday's game versus Tampa Bay, the first game he has missed since arriving from the Blackhawks. Kane has five goals and 10 points in 16 games with the Rangers, after picking up 16 markers and 29 assists in 54 games with Chicago. He will likely be a game-time decision.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Will miss Wednesday's game

    Kane (lower body) won't be in the lineup against Tampa Bay on Wednesday, per Dan Rosen of

    Coach Gerard Gallant described the decision to scratch Kane as being more about maintenance than anything. With the playoffs around the corner, it's not surprising to see the Rangers opt to rest Kane, who has 21 goals and 55 points in 70 outings this season, rather than have him test the injury. He might still play Thursday versus St. Louis. In the meantime, the Rangers are projected to dress seven defensemen Wednesday with Ryan Lindgren (upper body) playing for the first time since March 21.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Game-time call

    Kane (undisclosed) is on track to be a game-time decision for Wednesday's matchup with Tampa Bay, Andrew Crane of the New York Post reports.

    Kane took a maintenance day Tuesday and was a limited participant at Wednesday's morning skate, putting him on track to be a game-time call versus the Lightning. Check back for confirmation on Kane's status against Tampa Bay prior to puck drop.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Scores Tuesday

    Kane scored a goal on his only shot Tuesday in a 6-2 win over the Blue Jackets.

    Kane extended New York's lead to 3-0 in the first period, firing a shot from a sharp angle over the shoulder of Michael Hutchinson. Kane now has goals in back-to-back games and nine points (five goals, four assists) in 13 games with the Rangers. Overall, the 34-year-old winger is up to 22 goals and 54 points in 67 games between New York and Chicago.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Gets two assists Saturday

    Kane registered two assists in Saturday's 6-0 victory over Pittsburgh.

    Kane earned his third multi-point game in the span of six contests. Through 62 appearances in 2022-23, he has provided 19 goals and 52 points in 62 appearances. Kane averaged 18:43 of ice time over his first seven games with the Rangers and logged 16:43 on Saturday, which is down from his average of 19:57 over 54 contests with the Blackhawks before they shipped him to New York on Feb. 28. Despite his somewhat smaller role with the Rangers, Kane still has three goals and seven points over eight outings with his new team.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: Two points against Caps

    Kane scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Tuesday's 5-3 win over Washington.

    The veteran star had a bit of a slow start to his Rangers tenure after being traded, but Kane now has three goals and five points over the last four games, with two of the tallies coming on the power play. He has 50 points in 60 games on the season between Chicago and New York, and Kane's next goal will be his 20th of the year -- a plateau he's reached 14 other times -- and the 450th of his career.

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  • Rangers' Patrick Kane: First points since trade

    Kane scored a power-play goal and added an even-strength assist in Thursday's 4-3 shootout win over the Canadiens.

    His tally late in the second period tied the game at 3-3, and gave Kane his first goal as a Ranger. The 34-year-old had a bumpy adjustment to his new team, failing to find the scoresheet with a minus-4 rating in his first two games with New York, but skating on a line with Artemi Panarin and Vincent Trocheck appears to have gotten Kane back on track quickly.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-10, 177 lbs
Birthplace: Buffalo, NY
Age: 34
Experience: 15
Shoots: Left