by Tony on 12/03/08 at 10:22 AM ET
Penguins at Rangers, 7:00 PM ET, Madison Square Garden
Penguins, 14-6-3, 31 pts., 5th in Eastern Conference
Rangers, 17-8-2, 36 pts, 2nd in Eastern Conference
Season series: 2nd meeting
Last game vs. Rangers: Rangers def. Penguins, 3-2 (SO), Oct. 25th.
Special teams rankings:
Powerplay: Penguins 16.7% (19th), Rangers 15.3% (22nd)
Penalty Kill: Penguins 83.2% (10th), Rangers 89.5% (1st)
Probable goaltender rankings:
SV%: Penguins - Dany Sabourin .930 (4th), Rangers - Henrik Lundqvist .925 (10th)
GAA: Penguins - Dany Sabourin 1.84 (1st), Rangers - Henrik Lundqvist 2.19 (10th)
- Jordan Staal and Matt Cooke were named alternate captains for the month of December for the Pens.
- Janne Pesonen was reassigned to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton after the Pens/Devils game.
- Philippe Boucher is now listed as “week-to-week” with an undisclosed injury.
- The Penguins are 5-0-2 vs. the Atlantic Division so far this season.
- The Rangers have won the last six regular season meetings at MSG vs. the Penguins.
- Henrik Lundqvist has a 13-6-3 record, with a 2.10 GAA and one shutout in 22 career regular season appearances vs. the Pens.
- Kris Letang hasn’t scored a goal in his last 33 games.
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