Vesey, Rangers Continue Offensive Dominance Against Blues (Highlights) 2
Nov 1, 2016; New York, NY, USA; New York Rangers right wing Rick Nash (61) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal on St. Louis Blues goalie Jake Allen (34) during the second period at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Jimmy Vesey and the New York Rangers continue their offensive dominance by smacking up the St. Louis Blues 5-0 at The Garden.

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  • St.Louis Blues 0 (5-3-2 12 pts)
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The New York Rangers offense was electric, blasting five goals through Blues goaltenders.

At The Garden on Monday night, the Rangers continued their offensive dominance and scored goal-after-goal in the 5-0 victory against the St.Louis Blues. After yet another big scoring night, the Blueshirts are now officially the best offensive team in the entire National Hockey League.

Dan Girardi got the Rangers on the board first as he blasted a shot that deflected off of Vladimir Tarasenko and past Jake Allen to give the Rangers the early lead.

Over a minute later, Rangers’ wonder boy Jimmy Vesey scored his sixth goal of the season on the power play, to extend the lead to 2-0. Vesey’s goal tied him for the league lead in goals with six.

The Rangers continued to score as Rick Nash‘s fifth goal of the season gave the Rangers a commanding 3-0 lead.

Six minutes later the Rangers were able to put their fourth goal on the board, as Mats Zuccarello scored his fifth goal of the season on the power play. The goal by Zuccarello gave the Rangers a 4-0 lead.

Kevin Hayes scored the Rangers final goal of the night, on a beautiful sequence which included Jimmy Vesey and J.T Miller. The goal ended the scoring for both teams and resulted in a 5-0 Rangers win.

Henrik Lundqvist ended his night with a shutout, his first of the season. He stopped 35 shots and lead the Rangers to their seventh win of the season.

Vesey had a big night. He scored his league-leading sixth goal and tallied two assists.

The Rangers face Connor McDavid and the 7-2 Edmonton Oilers on Thursday night at the Garden.

Hello Rangers fans, my name is Jake Weingarten and i really love the rangers. The rangers mean a lot to me, whether it's the fans, players, or the history. I've enjoyed many games at MSG and on the road, but none better then game 7 2015 against the Washington Capitals. If i had to choose a favorite blueshirt of all-time, it would be Carl Hagelin. Last thing, always believe in yourself and never doubt your thoughts. Let's go Rangers!.