From June 4-20, BlueshirtsUnited.com is counting down some of the most memorable moments for several Rangers players in 2011-12. We continue today with a look back at forward Carl Hagelin's season. As a rookie out of the University of Michigan in 2010-11, Hagelin lived up to all expectations by scoring 14 goals and 38 points in 64 games after being called up from the AHL's Connecticut Whale. Hagelin's performance made such an impression on the coaching staff that the 23-year-old from Sweden managed to work his way up to the Rangers' No. 1 line alongside veterans Marian Gaborik and Brad Richards. Here is a look back at five most outstanding moments from the past season.
No. 5 -- March 13 vs. Carolina at MSG
Hagelin records career-high three points with goal and two assists in 4-2 victory.
No. 4 -- Dec. 26 vs. Isles at MSG
Hagelin scores two goals, including the game-winner in 3-0 shutout of Islanders.
No. 3 -- Dec. 10 at Buffalo
Hagelin scores his first NHL shorthanded goal, giving Rangers 1-0 second-period lead.
No. 2 -- Jan. 28 at Scotiabank Place
Hagelin beats local favorite Colin Greening to claim title of NHL's Fastest Skater.
No. 1 -- Nov. 26 vs. Flyers at MSG