New York Rangers Look to Continue Offensive Dominance Against Oilers
Dec 11, 2015; Edmonton, Alberta, CAN; New York Rangers forward Matts Zuccarello (36) tries to get a pass by Edmonton Oilers defensemen Brandon Davidson (88) during the first period at Rexall Place. Mandatory Credit: Perry Nelson-USA TODAY Sports

Just over 24 hours ago, the New York Rangers showcased their new lines and beat the Calgary Flames 4-1. They’ll continue tonight in Edmonton.

  • New York Rangers (11-4-0, 22 pts)
  • Edmonton Oilers (9-5-1, 19 pts)
  • NHL, Sunday, Nov. 13, MSG Network
  • Rogers Place, Edmonton, Canada

Just 24 hours ago was the final horn of the Rangers victory against the Flames. Fans enjoyed a great offensive performance and a great goaltending effort by Henrik Lundqvist. Although the Rangers won, there was no celebration as the team hopped right back on their team bus and headed straight to Edmonton.

New lines and defensive pairings were showcased and it couldn’t have gone any better for Alain Vigneault and the Rangers.

The Rangers will keep those lines for tonight’s game against the Oilers. The only changes in tonight’s lineup for the Rangers is who the goaltender is. Antti Raanta will be in net for the Blueshirts tonight. He left the net in the third period last Tuesday against the Canucks due to the concussion protocol.


Chris Kreider will also miss tonight’s game against the Oilers due to an upper-body injury, he will be replaced by Oscar Lindberg.

Tonight’s lineup predictions are as followed:

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The Rangers defeated the Oilers last time these two faced off. Tune into MSG Network at 9 p.m. ET for puck drop.

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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!.