The Rangers snapped their season-worst six-game winless streak the last time they took the Garden ice, but there is still another drought the Blueshirts would like to see end when the Los Angeles Kings come to Broadway Thursday night. Marian Gaborik has not scored a goal since Jan. 24 at Washington, putting him one game away from tying the season-high eight-game goal drought he endured in early January. That was thought to be a shocking anomaly for the right wing who led the Rangers with 42 goals last season, but has tallied just 16 this season, with all of his goals coming in nine of the 44 games he has played. "It definitely would be nice to get some goals," Gaborik said. "I've had chances and stuff, which is good....It was good that we got those five goals last game, and hopefully we can carry it over for next game. Hopefully something can go in for me, as well."
Marian Gaborik on cusp of tying season-high, eight-game goal drought as Rangers host L.A. Kings
New York Daily News | Feb 17