How to watch New York Rangers vs Ottawa Senators on TV, plus streaming and listening info
How to watch New York Rangers vs Ottawa Senators on TV today. The Blueshirts can clinch a playoff spot for the first time since 2016-17.
NYR: 46-20-6 (98 POINTS)
OTT: 26-38-6 (58 POINTS)
SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 2022 – 7:00 PM ET, MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
TV: MSG, NHLN
RADIO: ESPN 98.7 FM
Rangers last game: 3-0 win over Pittsburgh Penguins
How to watch Rangers vs Senators (plus listening and streaming info)
Today’s Rangers vs Senators game will be on MSG. Out of Market fans can watch the telecast on NHL Network.
Fans can stream tonight’s game using the MSG Go app.
For Comcast XFinity subscribers who lost MSG. Here’s what you need to know:
Via MSG Networks:
MSG Networks encourages its loyal viewers to visit www.keepmsg.com for more information, including how to switch to one of the distributors of MSG Networks that treat fans fairly.
- Verizon Fios 800 VERIZON (937-4966)
- DirecTV – 844-778-7024
- DirecTV Stream
- FUBO TV – 844-441-3826
The Rangers game against the Boston Bruins on April 23 will be available on ABC and ESPN+.
You can purchase ESPN+ on its own or as a bundle with Disney+ and Hulu. You can only watch them on a streaming device such as a SmartTV. The service is also available through AppleTV, ROKU, FireTV, and more.
You can get an ESPN+ subscription for $6.99 per month, or save over 15% with an ESPN+ Annual Plan at $69.99 per year. You can also bundle ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu for $13.99 per month.
Additional Listening Info: SiriusXM subscribers can listen to the game on Channel 91.
Note: MSG Networks will have pregame and postgame coverage for the two remaining regular season national exclusive telecasts to keep fans close to the action down the stretch run – April 13th at Philadelphia on MSG and April 23rd at Boston on MSG2.
New York Rangers vs Ottawa Senators
All-Time: 45-48-3-4 (19-27-0-2 at home; 26-21-3-2 on the road)
The Rangers have won both previous meetings and will look for their first season sweep of the Senators since 1994-95.
Rangers career stats vs Senators:
Artemi Panarin – 15 GP, 5G-11A—16P – Panarin has eight points (3G-5A) in his last five games against Ottawa and has points in 10 of 15 career games against them.
Chris Kreider – 23 GP, 6G-9A—15P – Kreider has points in seven of his last 12 games (2G-6A) against the Senators and has three points (1G-2A) in his last five games against them.
Mika Zibanejad – 9 GP, 7G-4A—11P – Zibanejad has points in seven of nine games against the team that drafted him, including a four-point game on Oct. 5, 2019 at Ottawa.
Igor Shesterkin – 1 GP, 1-0-0 with a 1.00 GAA and a .967 SV%.
Per New York Rangers Game Notes
Rangers key notes:
inKREIDERable: Chris Kreider set a team record for single-season PPG (25) and GWG (10) vs NJ.
Comeback Kids: The Blueshirts are tied for 1st in comeback wins at 24.
Home Cooking: New York’s .735 home point percentage ranks sixth in the NHL.
Rangers Milestones within reach
Mika Zibanejad is 1 overtime goal away from tying Cecil Dillon, Butch Keeling and Brian Leetch (7 each) for the most overtime goals by a player in Rangers history.
Frank Vatrano is 1 goal away from 100 in his career.
Ryan Strome is 1 points from 350 in his career.
Justin Braun is 4 points from 200 in his career.
Rangers Special Teams
- NYR PP is running at 25.56% (NHL Rank 2)
- NYR PK is working at 81.55% (NHL Rank 9)
*Some Stats and Info courtesy New York Rangers. Other team stats available on Forever Blueshirts.
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