Friday, December 02, 2005


The Rangers' six-game winning streak is the team's longest since a six-game course from November 3 - November 14, 2001. Marek Malik scored his first goal in regulation and defenseman Maxim Kondratiev netted his first in the NHL to lead the New York Rangers to their sixth straight victory, 2-1 over the Pittsburgh Penguins at New York. Marek Malik's sudden offensive prowess has made him a fan favorite. The Rangers are 11-3 in their last 14 games while the crashing Penguins (7-13-6) dropped their fourth in a row, including three road contests. Rookie goalie Henrik Lundqvist who filled in for injured regular Kevin Weekes, made 35 saves to fetch his 10th victory (10-3-2). The Rangers lineup was fortified by the return of forwards Martin Rucinsky and Steve Rucchin. Rucinsky. The goal tending of 23 year rookie Lunqvist is nothing short of stellar-this guy is going to be a superstar. He is the first rookie goal tender that the Rangers have had in recent memory that is talented and exciting. As a Ranger, Lundqvist posted his first career NHL win against the New Jersey Devils on October 13, 2005, and his first career shutout on October 17, 2005 against the Florida Panthers.


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