New York Rangers Stats

Welcome to the New York Rangers Stats page.  The stats pages on are meant to list what we as hockey fans associate with each particular team.  Our stats pages will include our version of the all-time New York Rangers team as well as obscure stats about the team.  Notes stats are as of the start of the 2011-12 season (unless otherwise indicated).

Did You Know?  The New York Rangers joined the NHL in 1926 and became the first American team to win the Stanley Cup.

New York Rangers StatisticsNew York Rangers Statistics

Debut Season:  1926-27
# of Stanley Cups: 4 (1994)
Longest Playoff Streak: 10 years (1978-1987)
Most Wins in a Season: 52 – 1993-94
# of captains in team history: 26
# of coaches in team history: 33
Most Coaching Wins: Emile Francis 342
Most Goals in a Season: 321 – 1991-92
Most Points All Time: Rod Gilbert– 1,021
Toughest New York Rangers player of all-time (penalty minutes): Ron Greschner
# of retired jerseys: 8
Most Games Played:  Harry Howell – 1,160
Most Goalie Wins: Mike Richter – 301
Most Popular Player of All-Time:  Mark Messier

New York Rangers All-Time Team

Coach:  Emile Francis

Goalie:  Mike Richter

Defenseman: Brad Park

Defenseman:  Brian Leetch

Left-wing:  Vic Hadfield

Center:  Mark Messier

Right-wing:  Andy Bathgate

Enforcer:  Nick Fotiu

Top 25 All-Time Most Popular New York Rangers

  1. Mark Messier
  2. Rod Gilbert
  3. Brian Leetch
  4. Ron Greschner
  5. Jean Ratelle
  6. Brad Park
  7. Andy Bathgate
  8. Mike Richter
  9. Dave Maloney
  10. Ron Duguay
  11. Adam Graves
  12. Vic Hadfield
  13. Ed Giacomin
  14. Phil Esposito
  15. Wayne Gretzky
  16. Walt Tkaczuk
  17. Harry Howell
  18. Henrik Lundqvist
  19. Nick Fotiu
  20. Barry Beck
  21. Gump Worsley
  22. Steve Vickers
  23. John Vanbiesbrouck
  24. Bill Cook
  25. Mike Gartner