How to watch the New York Rangers vs Pittsburgh Penguins game, plus match notes

April 6, 2021; New York, New York, USA; Igor Shesterkin #31 and Mika Zipanegad #93 of the New York Rangers defend against Sidney Crosby #87 of the Pittsburgh Penguins during the second period at Madison Square Garden on April 6, 2021 in New York City. Mandatory credit: Bruce Bennett / POOL PHOTOS -USA TODAY Sports

How to watch the New York Rangers vs the Pittsburgh Penguins as they meet today for the first time. The game will be broadcast nationally on ABC, here are more details.

NYR: 33-13-5 (71 points)
Hole: 31-14-8 (70 points)

Saturday, February 26, 2022 – 3:00 PM ET, PPG PAINTS ARENA
TV: ABC
Radio: ESPN 98.7 FM

Rangers’ last game: 4-1 win over Washington Capitals

How to Watch, Listen and Stream: Rangers vs Penguins

Both regional and out-of-market fans can watch today’s game on ABC. Please check your local channel lists.

Fans can also stream the game using ESPN+ and other streaming services like FuboTV, Sling, DirecTV, and others.

You can buy ESPN+ on its own or as a bundle with Disney+ and Hulu. You can only watch ESPN+ on a streaming device such as SmartTV or SmartPhone. The service is also available through AppleTV, ROKU, FireTV, and more.

Per ESPN + FAQ:

You can get an ESPN+ subscription for $6.99 per month, or save more than 15% with the annual ESPN+ plan at $69.99 per year. You can also bundle ESPN+ with Disney+ and Hulu for $13.99 per month.

SiriusXM subscribers can listen to the game on channel 91.

New York Rangers vs Pittsburgh Penguins

All the time: 132-117-23-16 (74-55-9-8 at home; 58-62-14-8 on the road)

The Rangers and the Penguins have not met this season. New York struggled last season against Pittsburgh with a 2-4-2 score.

Rangers who can cool pens:

Artemi Panarin – 19 GP, 12G-14A – 26P – Panarin has scored six points from his last seven games against the Penguins (3G-8A). He has scored a point in 15 of the 19 games he’s played against Pittsburgh and a multi-point game in eight of the 19 games he’s played.

Chris Kreider – 31 GP, 6G-11A – 17P – Kreider has scored points in four of his last six games against the Penguins (2G-2A).

Igor Shesterkin – 5 GP, 2-2-1, with 0.899 SV%, and 2.98 GAA.

New York Rangers Notes Game

How to watch Rangers vs Penguins
April 8, 2021; New York, New York, USA; New York Rangers defensive man Adam Fox (23) hits Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby (87) during the third period at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory credit: Bruce Bennett/Pool Photo-USA TODAY Sports

Rangers key notes:

Seriously good attitudes: The Blues are 16-4-5 in one goal game this season. They are also 20-3-2 when they score first and 18-1-3 when they are leading after two periods of play.

kids back: The Blueshirts have been linked to the Panthers and Blue Jackets team for most comebacks in the 17th.

Cat Tribute The Rangers will wear an EF decal on their helmets in honor of the email “Cat” Francis, who passed away at the age of 95.

Main Rangers:

Chris Kreider’s 34 goals are third in the National Hockey League, while PPG’s 17th is ranked number one.

Adam Fox’s 49 points tied for fourth in scoring among the defensemen.

Artemi Panarin’s 55 points finished ninth in the NHL League for scoring.

Mika Zibanijad’s 53-point rank occupies seventh place among all NHL positions.

Full match stats here

Victor Olofson Rangers

Rangers landmarks within reach

Mika Zibanegad is one goal away from overtime when Cecil Dillon, Butch Keeling and Brian Leitch (7 goals each) tied for the most overtime goals for a player in Rangers history. 1 SHG for a tie with the top 10 goals in shorthand.

Rangers Special Teams

  • NYR PP runs at 26.21% (4th)
  • NYR PK up 83.67% (7th)

*Some stats and information provided by the New York Rangers. Other team stats are available on Forever Blueshirts.

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