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NYR AT BOS
Rangers 4, Boston Bruins 3 (OT)

4/8/2006

The Rangers left two more major milestones in their wake Saturday afternoon in Boston. The Blueshirts beat the Bruins 4-3 in overtime to reach 100 points in the NHL standings for the first time since 1993-94, and Jaromir Jagr continued his magical season by breaking Adam Graves' single-season goals record. The historic 53rd goal sparked the Rangers back from an early 2-0 deficit.

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THREE STARS OF THE GAME
1. M. NYLANDER - NYR
2. B. BOYES - BOS
3. J. JAGR - NYR

NOTES
* NHL scoring leader Jaromir Jagr's scored his 53rd goal of the season, becoming the Rangers' all-time single-season goals leader. Jagr and Adam Graves had shared the record at 52 ever since Jagr tied Graves on March 27 at home against Buffalo.

* Jagr has now broken seven Rangers single-season records in 2005-06. They are most points, most goals, most power play goals, most shots on goal, most points by a right wing, most goals by a right wing and most assists by a right wing. He has also tied the team record for game-winning goals.

* Jarkko Immonen scored his second NHL goal in his second NHL game.

* Rangers goaltender Kevin Weekes made 23 saves for his third consecutive win.

* Michael Nylander scored his 21st and 22nd goals of the season for the Rangers. His second goal was the game-winner at 0:40 of overtime. He also had the lone assist on Jagr's record-breaking goal.

* The Rangers, 8-2-2 in their last 12 games, moved five points ahead of second-place Philadelphia atop the Atlantic Division.

* There were a number of Rangers fans in the crowd and, at times, when Jagr was on the ice chants of "M-V-P, M-V-P" echoed throughout the building.

* The Rangers swept the four games versus the Bruins this season. The Rangers had not swept Boston in the regular season since 1989-90.

NEW YORK RANGERS' LINEUP AT BOSTON
FORWARD LINES
Left WingCenterRight Wing
Martin StrakaMichael NylanderJaromir Jagr
Petr PruchaJarkko ImmonenPetr Sykora
Marcel HossaBlair BettsJason Ward
Ryan HollwegDominic MooreJed Ortmeyer
DEFENSE PAIRINGS
Left DefenseRight Defense
Marek MalikMichal Rozsival
Sandis OzolinshTom Poti
Jason StrudwickFedor Tyutin
Goaltenders: Kevin Weekes, Chris Holt
Starting lineup: Weekes, Malik, Rozsival, Hollweg, Moore, Ortmeyer

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