Marian Gaborik's scoring surge has the New York Rangers leading the race for the Presidents' Trophy.
Another meeting with the struggling New Jersey Devils may keep it that way.
Gaborik attempts to find the net for a fourth consecutive game when the Rangers visit the Devils on Tuesday night at the Prudential Center.
Gaborik leads New York (42-15-7) with 32 goals and 58 points, including five goals and three assists during the Rangers' current 4-0-2 stretch. He has a goal in each of his last three games - his longest such streak since netting seven during a five-game run Dec. 17-26.
The All-Star right wing's success is one reason the Rangers have an eight-point cushion on Pittsburgh atop the Atlantic Division, and a one-point edge over Western Conference-leading Vancouver for the Presidents' Trophy.
Gaborik scored off a rebound Sunday in New York's 4-3 home victory over Northeast Division-leading Boston, currently the second seed in the East 12 points behind the Rangers.