New York Rangers: Top 20 Goal-Scorers in Franchise History

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Rod Gilbert (R), with linemates Jean Ratelle and Vic Hadfield, the “G.A.G” line.

Being one of the NHL’s Original Six franchises, it is highly likely your team will have more than a handful of notable scorers permeating your all-time lists.

The Montreal Canadiens have some of the all-time greatest names, period. Names like Maurice “Rocket” Richard, Guy Lafleur and Jean Beliveau. The Boston Bruins have names like Phil Esposito, Raymond Bourque and the legendary Bobby Orr on theirs. You’ll find names like Ted Lindsay, Gordie Howe and Steve Yzerman over in Motown. Chicago features the “The Golden Jet” Bobby Hull, Stan Mikita and Jeremy Roenick. The Leafs? Well the Leafs are the Leafs and no one really cares about them, right?

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But for all of their years in the NHL, the New York Rangers might have the list with the fewest big names on them. That’s not to say they haven’t had some good ones, but it isn’t quite as easy a task to come up with the top 20 goal scorers in New York Rangers history as it is for the other Original Six franchise. There has definitely been more overturn for the Rangers, a franchise with long gaps between championships. Not everyone can string together dynastic runs like Montreal, you know.

Thankfully for you, we’re here to do it for you. So without further ado, here are the top 20 goal-scorers in New York Rangers history.

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