Player: Brian Leetch
Achievement: 80 assists and 102 points
It is fair to say that Jaromir Jagr's 2005-06 season in which he set three New York Ranger single-season records was better than Leetch's 91-92 campaign, but there are a few reasons why Leetch gets the nod.
Jaromir Jagr was a very dynamic player, but his 2005-06 season wasn't the greatest of his career, and he also missed out on the Rocket Richard and Art Ross Trophies that season.
Brian Leetch is the greatest defenseman in Rangers' history, and his 91-92 season was one of the most dominant in NHL history amongst defenseman.
Leetch was recognized for his efforts with a Norris Trophy and First-Team All-Star selection in 1992, and for that reason his 91-92 season was the most impressive season performance in team history.