New York Rangers Chris Kreider Strikes Twice Blueshirts Up 4 1 Elite Sports NY

Chris Kreider finished a beautiful passing sequence and then a breakway to put the New York Rangers up 4-2.

By Chris Wengert

Chris Kreider finished a one-timer to give the New York Rangers some insurance.

If you can believe it, the Rangers have once again scored on the power play, which has been deadly the past week.

The play started with none other than power play quarterback Keith Yandle, who passed the puck crossed-ice to Derick Brassard, who found Kreider all alone on the far circle.

Just a couple of minutes later, Chris Kreider put on the afterburners, absolutely torched Montreal’s defense, and sneaked the puck past Mike Condon.

The Rangers are controlling all facets of the game, defense included, and Montreal hasn’t had any sustained pressure as a result. Antti Raanta may want to call for take out, as his saves have been fairly routine thus far.

Rick Nash has showed some jump once again, as he drew the penalty that eventually led to Kreider’s first goal.

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