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Hall-of-Famers

Players
  • Glenn Anderson, RW, 1994, inducted 2008
  • Andy Bathgate, C, 1952–63, inducted 1978
  • Doug Bentley, LW, 1953–54, inducted 1964
  • Max Bentley, C, 1953–54, inducted 1966
  • Frank Boucher, C, 1926–44, inducted 1958
  • Johnny Bower, G, 1953–54, inducted 1976
  • Neil Colville, C, 1936–49, inducted 1967
  • Bill Cook, RW, 1926–37, inducted 1952
  • Bun Cook, LW, 1926–36, inducted 1995
  • Art Coulter, D, 1935–42, inducted 1974
  • Marcel Dionne, LW, 1986–89, inducted 1992
  • Dick Duff, LW, 1964–65, inducted 2006
  • Phil Esposito, C, 1975–81, inducted 1984
  • Bill Gadsby, D, 1954–61, inducted 1970
  • Mike Gartner, RW, 1990–94, inducted 2001
  • Bernie Geoffrion, RW, 1966–68, inducted 1972
  • Eddie Giacomin, G, 1965–75, inducted 1987
  • Rod Gilbert, RW, 1960–78, inducted 1982
  • Wayne Gretzky, C, 1996–99, inducted 1999
  • Doug Harvey, D, 1961–62, 1963–64, inducted 1973
  • Bryan Hextall, LW, 1936–48, inducted 1969
  • Tim Horton, D, 1970–71, inducted 1977
  • Harry Howell, D, 1952–69, inducted 1979
  • Ching Johnson, D, 1926–37, inducted 1958
  • Jari Kurri, LW, 1996, inducted 2001
  • Guy Lafleur, RW, 1988–89, inducted 1988
  • Pat LaFontaine, C, 1997–98, inducted 2003
  • Edgar Laprade, D, 1945–55, inducted 1993
  • Brian Leetch, D, 1987-2004, to be inducted 2009
  • Harry Lumley, G, 1943, inducted 1980
  • Mark Messier, C, 1991–1997, 2000–2004, inducted 2007
  • Howie Morenz, C, 1935–36, inducted 1945
  • Buddy O'Connor, C, 1947–51, inducted 1988
  • Brad Park, D, 1968–75, inducted 1988
  • Lynn Patrick, LW, 1934–43, 1945–46, inducted 1980
  • Jacques Plante, G, 1963–65, inducted 1978
  • Babe Pratt, D, 1936–42, inducted 1966
  • Jean Ratelle, LW, 1960–75, inducted 1985
  • Chuck Rayner, G, 1945–55, inducted 1973
  • Luc Robitaille, LW, 1995-1997, to be inducted 2009
  • Glen Sather, LW, 1970–73, inducted 1997
  • Terry Sawchuk, G, 1969–70, inducted 1971
  • Babe Siebert, LW, 1932–35, inducted 1964
  • Earl Siebert, D, 1931–36, inducted 1963
  • Allan Stanley, D, 1948–54, inducted 1981
  • Clint Smith, C, 1937–43, inducted 1991
  • Gump Worsley, G, 1952–63, inducted 1980

Builders
  • Herb Brooks, Coach, 1981–85, inducted 2006
  • Emile Francis, inducted 1982
  • William M. Jennings, inducted 1974
  • Roger Neilson, Coach, 1989–93, inducted 2002
  • Craig Patrick, inducted 2001
  • Lester Patrick, inducted 1945
  • Lynn Patrick, inducted 1980

Team captains

  • Bill Cook, 1926–37
  • Art Coulter, 1937–42
  • Ott Heller, 1942–45
  • Neil Colville, 1945–48
  • Buddy O'Connor, 1949–50
  • Frank Eddolls, 1950–51
  • Allan Stanley, 1951–53
  • Don Raleigh, 1953–55
  • Harry Howell, 1955–57
  • George Sullivan, 1957–61
  • Andy Bathgate, 1961–64
  • Camille Henry, 1964–65
  • Bob Nevin, 1965–71
  • Vic Hadfield, 1971–74
  • Brad Park, 1974–75
  • Phil Esposito, 1975–78
  • Dave Maloney, 1978–80
  • Walt Tkaczuk, 1980–81
  • Barry Beck, 1981–86
  • Ron Greschner, 1986–87
  • Kelly Kisio, 1987–91
  • Mark Messier, 1991–97
  • Brian Leetch, 1997–2000
  • Mark Messier, 2000–04 [35]
  • No captain, 2004–06 (2004–05 lockout)
  • Jaromir Jagr, 2006–08
  • Chris Drury, 2008–present

First-round draft picks

  • 1963: Al Osborne (fourth overall)
  • 1964: Bob Graham (third overall)
  • 1965: Andre Veilleux (first overall)
  • 1966: Brad Park (second overall)
  • 1967: Bob Dickson (sixth overall)
  • 1968: none
  • 1969: Andre Dupont (eighth overall) & Pierre Jarry (12th)
  • 1970: Norm Gratton (11th overall)
  • 1971: Steve Vickers (10th overall) & Steve Durbano (13th)
  • 1972: Al Blanchard (10th overall) & Bob MacMillan (15th)
  • 1973: Rick Middleton (14th overall)
  • 1974: Dave Maloney (14th overall)
  • 1975: Wayne Dillon (12th overall)
  • 1976: Don Murdoch (sixth overall)
  • 1977: Lucien DeBlois (eighth overall) & Ron Duguay (13th)
  • 1978: none
  • 1979: Doug Sulliman (13th overall)
  • 1980: Jim Malone (14th overall)
  • 1981: James Patrick (ninth overall)
  • 1982: Chris Kontos (15th overall)
  • 1983: Dave Gagner (12th overall)
  • 1984: Terry Carkner (14th overall)
  • 1985: Ulf Dahlen (seventh overall)
  • 1986: Brian Leetch (ninth overall)
  • 1987: Jayson More (10th overall)
  • 1988: none
  • 1989: Steven Rice (20th overall)
  • 1990: Michael Stewart (13th overall)
  • 1991: Alexei Kovalev (15th overall)
  • 1992: Peter Ferraro (24th overall)
  • 1993: Niklas Sundstrom (eighth overall)
  • 1994: Dan Cloutier (26th overall)
  • 1995: none
  • 1996: Jeff Brown (22nd overall)
  • 1997: Stefan Cherneski (19th overall)
  • 1998: Manny Malhotra (seventh overall)
  • 1999: Pavel Brendl (fourth overall) & Jamie Lundmark (ninth)
  • 2000: none
  • 2001: Dan Blackburn (10th overall)
  • 2002: none
  • 2003: Hugh Jessiman (12th overall)
  • 2004: Al Montoya (6th overall) & Lauri Korpikoski (19th)
  • 2005: Marc Staal (12th overall)
  • 2006: Bob Sanguinetti (21st overall)
  • 2007: Alexei Cherepanov (17th overall)
  • 2008: Michael Del Zotto (20th overall)
  • 2009: Chris Kreider (19th overall)

Retired numbers

  • 1 Eddie Giacomin, G, 1965-75: Number retired on March 15, 1989
  • 2 Brian Leetch, D, 1987-2004: Number retired on January 24, 2008 [36]
  • 3 Harry Howell, D, 1952-69: Number retired on February 22, 2009 [37]
  • 7 Rod Gilbert, RW, 1961-78: Number retired on October 14, 1979
  • 9 Adam Graves, LW, 1991-2001: Number retired on February 3, 2009 [38]
  • 9 Andy Bathgate, RW, 1952-64: Number retired on February 22, 2009
  • 11 Mark Messier, LW/C, 1991-97 & 2000-04: Number retired on January 12, 2006 [39]
  • 35 Mike Richter, G, 1989-2003: Number retired on February 4, 2004 [40]
  • 99 Wayne Gretzky, C, 1996-99: Number retired league-wide by NHL on February 6, 2000 (No official banner at Madison Square Garden)

Single-season records

  • Points: Jaromir Jagr (2005–06) — 123 [41]
  • Goals: Jaromir Jagr (2005–06) — 54
  • Assists: Brian Leetch (1991–92) — 80 [42]
  • Points by a defenseman: Brian Leetch (1991–92) — 102
  • Points by a rookie: Mark Pavelich (1981–82) — 76
  • Goals by a rookie: Tony Granato (1988–89) — 36
  • Power play goals: Jaromir Jagr (2005–06) — 24 [43]
  • Game-winning goals: Jaromir Jagr (2005–06), Mark Messier (1996–97) and Don Murdoch (1980–81) — 9
  • Shots on goal: Jaromir Jagr (2005–06) — 368
  • Penalty minutes: Troy Mallette (1989–90) — 305 [44]
  • Goaltending wins: Mike Richter (1993–94) — 42 [45]
  • Goaltending wins by a rookie: Henrik Lundqvist (2005–06) — 30

Franchise scoring leaders

These are the top-ten point-scorers in franchise history. Figures are updated after each completed NHL regular season. [46]

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games Played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; P/G = Points per game; * = current Rangers player''

NHL awards and trophies

The following lists the league awards which have been won by the Rangers team and its players and alumni: [47]
Stanley Cup
  • 1927–28, 1932–33, 1939–40, 1993–94
Victoria Cup
  • 2008 Victoria Cup
Presidents' Trophy
  • 1991–92, 1993–94
Prince of Wales Trophy
  • 1931–32, 1941–42, 1993–94
Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
  • Jean Ratelle: 1970–71
  • Rod Gilbert: 1975–76
  • Anders Hedberg: 1984–85
  • Adam Graves: 2000–01
Calder Memorial Trophy
  • Kilby MacDonald: 1939–40
  • Grant Warwick: 1941–42
  • Edgar Laprade: 1945–46
  • Pentti Lund: 1948–49
  • Gump Worsley: 1952–53
  • Camille Henry: 1953–54
  • Steve Vickers: 1972–73
  • Brian Leetch: 1988–89
Conn Smythe Trophy
  • Brian Leetch: 1993–94
Hart Memorial Trophy
  • Buddy O'Connor: 1947–48
  • Chuck Rayner: 1949–50
  • Andy Bathgate: 1958–59
  • Mark Messier: 1991–92
James Norris Memorial Trophy
  • Doug Harvey: 1961–62
  • Harry Howell: 1966–67
  • Brian Leetch: 1991–92, 1996–97
King Clancy Memorial Trophy
  • Adam Graves: 1993–94
Lady Byng Memorial Trophy
  • Frank Boucher: 1927–28, 1928–29, 1929–30, 1930–31, 1932–33, 1933–34, 1934–35
  • Clint Smith: 1938–39
  • Buddy O'Connor: 1947–48
  • Edgar Laprade: 1949–50
  • Andy Hebenton: 1956–57 [48]
  • Camille Henry: 1957–58
  • Jean Ratelle: 1971–72, 1975–76
  • Wayne Gretzky: 1998–99
Lester Patrick Trophy
  • William M. Jennings: 1970–71
  • Terry Sawchuk: 1970–71 [49]
  • Phil Esposito: 1977–78
  • Fred Shero: 1979–80
  • Emile Francis: 1981–82 [50]
  • Lynn Patrick: 1988–89
  • Rod Gilbert: 1990–91
  • Frank Boucher: 1992–93 [51]
  • Brian Mullen: 1994–95 [52]
  • Herb Brooks: 2001–02 [53]
  • John Davidson: 2003–04
  • Brian Leetch & John Halligan: 2006–07 [54]
Lester B. Pearson Award
  • Jean Ratelle: 1971–72
  • Mark Messier: 1991–92
  • Jaromir Jagr: 2005–06
NHL Plus/Minus Award [55]
  • Michal Rozsival: 2005–06 (shared with Wade Redden of the Ottawa Senators)
Vezina Trophy
  • Dave Kerr: 1939–40
  • Eddie Giacomin & Gilles Villemure: 1970–71
  • John Vanbiesbrouck: 1985–86

Broadcast history

See also

  • List of Stanley Cup champions
  • Curse of 1940
  • List of NHL players
  • List of NHL seasons
  • New York Americans
  • Lake Placid Roamers
  • Steven McDonald Extra Effort Award

Notes

  1. F.Y.I.
  2. Boucher, pg. 74
  3. Sports of The Times; The Original Ranger, Murray Murdoch, Turns 90
  4. NHL Standings
  5. 1926-27 NHL Playoff Results
  6. The Hockey News: Century Of Hockey
  7. Stanley Cup history
  8. Injuries sideline players only rarely
  9. Title Unavailable
  10. Team History
  11. Sports of The Times; Houston Finally Has an Edge
  12. Hockey Night in Canada: My Greatest Day
  13. Babcock was coach of the Anaheim Mighty Ducks when they lost to the New Jersey Devils in 2003.
  14. The Curse
  15. Rangers Hire Sather
  16. Theo Fleury signs with Rangers
  17. Lindros joins Rangers nine years after first trade
  18. Panthers trade Pavel Bure to Rangers
  19. Dan Blackburn Selected to 2001-02 NHL All-Rookie Team
  20. Dan Blackburn to Retire
  21. Sports Illustrated's NHL Preview – New York Rangers
  22. Box Score – Rangers 5, Islanders 1
  23. Game Notes – Rangers 5, Islanders 1
  24. Game Notes – Rangers 4, Boston Bruins 3 (OT)
  25. Game Notes – Rangers 3, Philadelphia Flyers 2 (SO)
  26. Game Notes – Rangers 1, Ottawa Senators 5
  27. Jagr named 24th captain in Rangers history
  28. SI's 2006–07 NHL Preview: Atlantic Division
  29. Rangers Rebuild While Winning
  30. Rangers have high hopes for top pick Cherepanov
  31. Rangers sign top tier centers Drury, Gomez
  32. Peca Would Complete Renovation of Ranger Offense
  33. Rangers Seek Pick for Late Prospect Cherpanov
  34. The Internet Hockey Database – New York Rangers
  35. Rangers Records – Captains
  36. Leetch's number headed for Garden rafters
  37. Rangers Will Honor 3 Greats in February
  38. Graves No. 9 to be retired in 2008-09
  39. Rangers hoist Messier's No. 11 to Garden rafters
  40. Goalie won 301 games with New York
  41. Rangers Records – Single-Season Leaders
  42. Jagr Continues Assault on Rangers' Records
  43. Jaromir Jagr Official Player Page
  44. Mallette Gives Rangers More Than A Rough Edge
  45. New York Rangers goaltending records
  46. Rangers All-Time Roster – Career Leaders
  47. NHL Award Winners
  48. Andy Hebenton's profile at hockeydb.com
  49. Terry Sawchuk – Career Statistics
  50. Emile Francis – Biography
  51. Frank Boucher – Biography
  52. Brian Patrick Mullen
  53. Herb Brooks – Biography
  54. Leetch, Cammi Granato among 4 winners of Lester Patrick Award
  55. NHL Plus Minus Award Winners


References

  1. F.Y.I.
  2. Boucher, pg. 74
  3. Sports of The Times; The Original Ranger, Murray Murdoch, Turns 90
  4. NHL Standings
  5. 1926-27 NHL Playoff Results
  6. The Hockey News: Century Of Hockey
  7. Stanley Cup history
  8. Injuries sideline players only rarely
  9. Title Unavailable
  10. Team History
  11. Sports of The Times; Houston Finally Has an Edge
  12. Hockey Night in Canada: My Greatest Day
  13. Babcock was coach of the Anaheim Mighty Ducks when they lost to the New Jersey Devils in 2003.
  14. The Curse
  15. Rangers Hire Sather
  16. Theo Fleury signs with Rangers
  17. Lindros joins Rangers nine years after first trade
  18. Panthers trade Pavel Bure to Rangers
  19. Dan Blackburn Selected to 2001-02 NHL All-Rookie Team
  20. Dan Blackburn to Retire
  21. Sports Illustrated's NHL Preview – New York Rangers
  22. Box Score – Rangers 5, Islanders 1
  23. Game Notes – Rangers 5, Islanders 1
  24. Game Notes – Rangers 4, Boston Bruins 3 (OT)
  25. Game Notes – Rangers 3, Philadelphia Flyers 2 (SO)
  26. Game Notes – Rangers 1, Ottawa Senators 5
  27. Jagr named 24th captain in Rangers history
  28. SI's 2006–07 NHL Preview: Atlantic Division
  29. Rangers Rebuild While Winning
  30. Rangers have high hopes for top pick Cherepanov
  31. Rangers sign top tier centers Drury, Gomez
  32. Peca Would Complete Renovation of Ranger Offense
  33. Rangers Seek Pick for Late Prospect Cherpanov
  34. The Internet Hockey Database – New York Rangers
  35. Rangers Records – Captains
  36. Leetch's number headed for Garden rafters
  37. Rangers Will Honor 3 Greats in February
  38. Graves No. 9 to be retired in 2008-09
  39. Rangers hoist Messier's No. 11 to Garden rafters
  40. Goalie won 301 games with New York
  41. Rangers Records – Single-Season Leaders
  42. Jagr Continues Assault on Rangers' Records
  43. Jaromir Jagr Official Player Page
  44. Mallette Gives Rangers More Than A Rough Edge
  45. New York Rangers goaltending records
  46. Rangers All-Time Roster – Career Leaders
  47. NHL Award Winners
  48. Andy Hebenton's profile at hockeydb.com
  49. Terry Sawchuk – Career Statistics
  50. Emile Francis – Biography
  51. Frank Boucher – Biography
  52. Brian Patrick Mullen
  53. Herb Brooks – Biography
  54. Leetch, Cammi Granato among 4 winners of Lester Patrick Award
  55. NHL Plus Minus Award Winners
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