Here are the answers to yesterday’s quiz.
1. Mike Gartner was second on the team in goals, with 28, in 1993-94, even though he was traded to Toronto during the season.
2. Nick Fotiu: Born on Staten Island.
3. Nick Beverly: Traded to the Rangers for Vic Hadfield after the 1973-74 season.
4. Adam Graves: Briefly wore No. 11 before the Rangers acquired Mark Messier.
5. Troy Mallette: Racked up 305 penalty minutes in 1989-90, which is the Rangers’ single-season record.
6. Jean Ratelle: Led the NHL in even-strength goals in 1971-71, with 40.
7. Chris Drury: Chosen by the Quebec Nordiques in the third round of the 1994 draft.
8. Frank Boucher: Led the Rangers in points in their first Stanley Cup-winning season of 1927-28, with 35 (in a 44-game season).
9. Blair Betts: Led the team in playoff scoring in 2005-06, with two points in their first-round loss to the Devils.
10. Glen Sather: Traded to the Rangers from Pittsburgh for Syl Apps Jr.