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New York Rangers Scoring Chances For Game 2 Vs. Anaheim

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In case you missed the summary for the game against the Kings, you can find the post here, along with the background on the scoring chance data.  For this game, we start with the individual chances:

Chances Assists Plays Chances Assists Plays
BOYLE 3 3 6 RYAN 1 4 5
DUBINSKY 3 0 3 COGLIANO 4 0 4
RICHARDS 1 2 3 SELANNE 3 1 4
PRUST 2 0 2 KOIVU 2 2 4
STEPAN 1 1 2 GETZLAF 0 3 3
GABORIK 1 0 1 VISNOVSKY 2 1 3
CALLAHAN 0 1 1 PERRY 2 0 2
SAUER 1 0 1 SBISA 1 0 1
ZUCCARELLO 0 1 1 PARROS 0 1 1
MCDONAGH 0 1 1 BLAKE 0 1 1
GORDON 0 1 1
MCMILLAN 1 0 1

After struggling in game 1, Brian Boyle bounced back with a strong effort against the Ducks, having a hand in 4 of the 7 even strength chances for the Rangers, and 6 of 12 overall.  Brandon Dubinsky also had a strong effort, contributing on 3 chances for the second straight game.  He was also the only Ranger to contribute on more than one chance in both games.  On the defensive side, while last year the Getzlaf line ran wild against the Rangers, the defense was able to hold them mostly in check this time around.  Yes, they did contribute, but the trio only amassed two chances at even strength, a credit to the work done by Ryan McDonagh and Dan Girardi.

After the jump, the chance types, and the raw data.


Scoring Chances for NHL Game Number 20020

Team Period Time Note NYR Opponent
NYR 1 18:01 Dubinsky, Richards, FLND 4 10 17 19 24 30 1 4 23 41 49
5v4
NYR 1 16:50 Boyle, None, OLNN 4 19 21 22 30 36 1 5 7 21 49
5v4
NYR 1 16:37 Boyle, Zuccarello, ZLNN 5 19 21 22 30 36 1 5 7 21 49
5v4
STK 1 14:58 Sbisa, Ryan, ZLNN 21 26 30 38 44
1 5 9 11 23 33 4v5
STK 1 14:08 Koivu, Ryan, ZMNN 21 22 26 30 38 44 1 5 9 11 23 33 5v5
NYR 1 12:57 Dubinsky, Richards, EMNN 4 10 17 19 30 38 1 4 7 17 41 77 5v5
STK 1 10:35 Cogliano, Gordon, ELGN 8 21 22 30 44 53 1 7 21 34 41 77 5v5
NYR 1 7:57 Prust, Boyle, EMNN 8 21 22 30 44 53 1 7 21 34 41 77 5v5
STK 1 2:08 Selanne, Ryan, ZMND 5 17 21 27 30
1 4 8 10 15 17 4v5
STK 1 0:31 Cogliano, Blake, ELNN 5 8 24 30 42 53 1 5 7 9 23 33 5v5
NYR 2 18:44 Sauer, None, THNN 4 24 30 38 42
1 5 10 15 17
4v4
STK 2 18:16 Selanne, Koivu, EMNN 4 5 21 22 30
1 5 8 11 17 33 4v5
STK 2 18:14 Selanne, Koivu, ELMN 4 5 21 22 30
1 5 8 11 17 33 4v5
STK 2 16:24 Visnovsky, Selanne, EHMN 5 21 24 27 30
1 4 8 11 17 33 4v5
STK 2 16:03 Ryan, Getzlaf, TLNN 8 22 30 38 44
1 5 9 10 15 23 4v5
STK 2 11:45 McMillan, Getzlaf, ELNN 10 19 24 30 36 53 1 4 15 23 64
5v4
NYR 2 10:37 Dubinsky, Boyle, TMMN 4 5 17 21 22 30 1 5 7 21 33 41 5v5
STK 2 10:07 Perry, Ryan, ELNN 5 8 26 27 30 42 1 9 10 15 17 34 5v5
NYR 2 9:07 Gaborik, Callahan, ZHMN 4 10 17 19 24 30 1 4 11 23 49
5v4
STK 2 8:00 Cogliano, None, OMNN 4 10 17 19 24 30 1 7 21 23 77
5v4
STK 2 7:07 Cogliano, Parros, ZMNN 5 21 30 36 53 71 1 5 7 16 21 64 5v5
NYR 2 1:37 Prust, Boyle, EMNN 8 21 22 30 44 53 1 5 7 17 41 77 5v5
STK 3 19:12 Koivu, Visnovsky, TMMN 4 24 26 30 38 42 1 5 8 11 17 33 5v5
NYR 3 18:05 Boyle, Stepan, EHMN 5 10 21 22 30 53 1 7 21 34 41 77 5v5
NYR 3 9:37 Stepan, None, ELNR 21 26 27 30 38
1 4 8 10 15 17 4v5
STK 3 8:21 Visnovsky, Getzlaf, ZMNN 24 30 38 42 44
1 4 8 10 15 17 4v5
STK 3 3:17 Perry, None, THMN 4 17 24 30 38 42 1 4 9 10 15 23 5v5
NYR 3 2:16 Richards, McDonagh, ZLGN 5 17 19 22 27 30 1 5 7 17 41 77 5v5

# Player EV PP SH
4 M. DEL ZOTTO 14:21 3 2 6:03 3 1 0:21 0 2
5 D. GIRARDI 24:27 3 3 2:44 1 0 4:14 0 4
8 B. PRUST 8:52 2 3 0:11 0 0 2:00 0 1
10 M. GABORIK 15:07 2 0 5:16 2 2 0:00 0 0
17 B. DUBINSKY 12:18 3 1 5:06 2 1 1:32 0 1
19 B. RICHARDS 15:38 2 0 6:46 4 2 0:01 0 0
21 D. STEPAN 13:14 4 3 3:21 2 0 4:18 1 5
22 B. BOYLE 8:45 5 2 3:21 2 0 1:58 0 3
24 R. CALLAHAN 16:48 1 3 4:46 2 2 1:47 0 2
26 R. FEDOTENKO 14:20 0 3 0:29 0 0 2:40 1 1
27 R. MCDONAGH 21:31 1 1 0:58 0 0 4:12 1 2
30 H. LUNDQVIST 47:25 7 7 9:16 4 2 8:11 1 7
36 M. ZUCCARELLO 4:24 0 1 2:56 2 1 0:00 0 0
38 M. SAUER 14:58 2 3 0:00 0 0 3:57 1 3
40 E. CHRISTENSEN 6:53 0 0 0:09 0 0 0:03 0 0
42 A. ANISIMOV 12:56 1 4 1:14 0 0 2:03 0 1
44 S. EMINGER 8:50 2 2 0:00 0 0 3:38 0 3
53 T. ERIXON 10:43 3 3 1:45 0 1 0:00 0 0
71 M. RUPP 4:51 0 1 0:35 0 0 0:00 0 0

Period Totals EV PP 5v3 PP SH 5v3 SH
1 5 5 2 3 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
2 4 8 3 2 1 2 0 0 0 4 0 0
3 3 3 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0
4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 12 16 7 7 4 2 0 0 1 7 0 0

Chance Type NYR ANA Additional Info NYR ANA
E Even Man Rush/Transition 5 7 (1)
N No Note 10 (1)
15 (1)
O Odd Man Rush 1 1 D Deflection 1 1
Z Zone Pressure 3 (1)
5 S Screen 0 0
F Faceoff 1 0 P Post 0 0
B Breakaway 0 0 W Wrap Around 0 0
T Turnover in Defensive Zone 2 3 R Rebound 1 0
Area of Ice NYR ANA Shot Result NYR ANA
L Low 5 (1)
7 (1)
N No Note 8 11
M Middle 4 7 G Goal 1 1
H High 3 2 M Missed Net 3 4

Much like the first game, the Rangers mostly developed their chances in transition, failing to generate much through the forecheck.  We can also see some effects of the European travel and the games on back to back nights, as there were several chances created off defensive lapses.  All told, the two games look very similar, and the results in the standings reflect the games pretty well.  Hopefully the time off and time home will help the club.