Twenty-two to 25 minutes a night. First-unit power-play responsibility.

Keith Yandle being Keith Yandle.

“That’s probably a pretty good way to put it,” Yandle, who has risen to the occasion in Ryan McDonagh’s absences, told The Post following Monday’s practice in advance of Tuesday’s match in New Jersey against the Devils. “I’m sure everyone feels this way, but I feel I’m at my best when I’m playing more minutes.

“The more I have the puck on my stick, the more confident I am with it and the better I see the ice,” he said. “I don’t know how to describe it exactly, but when you’re on for about every other shift, it’s a different feeling and it’s a good feeling.”

For the first time since arriving in a much-celebrated trade with Arizona last March 1, Yandle resembles the dynamic player he was as a top-minutes guy for the Coyotes. The risk-reward quotient inherent in his game has flipped dramatically to the right side of the equation.