Inside the Numbers: NYR/WSH (March 10)

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Nash Sets Career High

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With his second period assist on Ryan Callahan's power play goal, Rick Nash extended his point streak to 10 games, setting a career high. During the streak, Nash has registered seven goals and nine assists for 16 points.

Mac Truck Continues to Produce

Defenseman Ryan McDonagh continues to impress in the offensive zone. He finished Sunday's game with two assists, including Brian Boyle's game-winner. He finished with three hits and a plus-2 rating in a team-high 25:58 of ice time. The assists gave McDonagh 10 points in his last 14 games, including five assists in the last six contests.

 

It's a Power Play Goal

Ryan Callahan registered his team-leading fifth power play goal of the season in Sunday's win over Washington. He finished with five hits and three blocked shots in 20:26 of ice time. Over his last nine games, the captain has five goals and two assists.

 

Lucky 13

Over his last 14 games, Carl Hagelin has 13 points, including six goals. He finished Sunday's game with two assists and was credited with three hits in 16:01 of ice time.

 

Boyling Point

After 19 games this season, Brian Boyle found his way into the goal column with his game-winning tally in the second period. 

 

Back-to-Back for Brad

After missing two games with an injury, Brad Richards has scored goals in back-to-back games. He now has four points in his last four games.

 

Step Adds Another

Despite being known more as a set-up man, Derek Stepan now has three goals in his last six games. He also has four assists during that span.

 

MDZ's Chase to 100

Michael Del Zotto registered an assist on Callahan's goal, and finished with 22:33 of ice time. He now has three assists in his last five games, and find himself one point shy of 100 for his NHL career.

 

Shot Blocker

Although he did not show up on the scoresheet, Dan Girardi finished with a team-high five blocked shots and three shots on goal in 24:03 of ice time.