That's not a typo.
The Rangers scored five goals in the game. Using the NHL's goal, primary assist and secondary assist scoring method that means a maximum of 15 players could have recorded points. Marian Gaborik, Michael Sauer, Ryan Callahan, Sean Avery and Ryan McDonagh recorded goals while Michael Del Zotto, Artem Anisimov, Carl Hagelin, Dan Girardi, Jeff Woywitka, Brandon Dubinsky, Brad Richards, Derek Stepan, Brian Boyle and Gaborik recorded assists.
Talk about a complete team effort.
The Rangers' offense has been working at a fever pitch on this four-game winning streak, and to see so many different point-scorers tonight is a sight for sore eyes. After only scoring one goal in back-to-back losses to the Florida Panthers and Montreal Canadiens the Rangers have scored 18 goals in the four wins.
That's a sight to see, as is the four-game winning streak.