How to watch Rangers vs Bruins clash on ABC and ESPN+
How to watch Rangers vs Bruins in the final meeting of the regular season between the clubs. Today’s contest in on National TV and being carried by ABC and ESPN+.
The Blueshirts are also fighting for first-place in the Metropolitan Division with the Carolina Hurricanes. Both teams are tied with four games remaining. Carolina plays the New Jersey Devils on the road at 12:30 PM ET.
This is the last regular-season road game of the season for the Rangers.
NYR: 51-21-6 (108 POINTS)
BOS: 47-25-5 (99 POINTS)
SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 2022 – 3:00 PM ET, TD GARDEN
TV: ABC, ESPN+
RADIO: ESPN 98.7 FM
Rangers last game: 6-3 win over the NY Islanders
How to watch Rangers vs Bruins (plus listening and streaming info)
Today’s game is a National Broadcast on ABC. Check your local listings.
You can also stream the game on ESPN+.
The Rangers game against the Boston Bruins on April 23 will be available on ABC and ESPN+.
Note: MSG Networks will have pregame and postgame coverage for all remaining regular season national exclusive telecasts to keep fans close to the action down the stretch run – April 23rd at Boston on MSG2.
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Additional Listening Info: SiriusXM subscribers can listen to the game on Channel 221.
New York Rangers vs Boston Bruins
All-Time: 264-297-97-4 (151-126-55-1 at home; 113-171-42-3 on the road)
This will be final meeting between the teams as the Rangers look to sweep. New York has won four of their last five against Boston.
Rangers career stats vs Boston Bruins:
Mika Zibanejad – 39 GP, 14G-7A-21 PTS – Zibanejad has multi-point games in two of his last five games against Boston. In those two games, Zibanejad was a combined plus-5 rating. In 39 games against the Bruins, he has at least one point in 18 of them.
Ryan Strome – 28 GP, 6G-11A-17 PTS – Strome has five points (2G-3A) in his last five games against the Bruins. In the first matchup of the season, Strome had a goal and an assist in the win in Boston. Last February, Strome had a three-point game (1G-2A) at MSG against Boston. Strome has goals in six of 28 games, assists in eight of 28 games and points in 11 of 28 career games against the Bruins.
Artemi Panarin – 17 GP, 4G-11A-15 PTS – Panarin has points in six of his last eight games (1G-7A) and eight of 11 games (2G-8A) against Boston dating back to March 19, 2018. In total, Panarin has at least one point in 10 of his 17 career matchups with Boston. On April 3, 2016, with Chicago, Panarin tallied a four-point night (1G-3A) against the Bruins.
Igor Shesterkin – 6 GP, 3-3-0 with a 2.47 GAA and a .923 SV%.
Per New York Rangers Game Notes
Rangers key notes:
Last One for the Road: The Rangers 52 road points is tied for 4th in team history.
Kreider’s Goal Chase: Chris Kreider has 51 goals on the season and is 1 behind Adam Graves (52) to tie for second in team history (#1 – Jaromir Jagr 54).
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.
Artemi Panarin is 4 points away from his first 100 point season.
Frank Vatrano is 3 games from 400 in his career.
Justin Braun is 3 points from 200 in his career.
Rangers Special Teams
- NYR PP is running at 26.1% (NHL Rank 3)
- NYR PK is working at 81.8% (NHL Rank 9)
*Some Stats and Info courtesy New York Rangers. Other team stats available on Forever Blueshirts.
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