The New York Rangers haven't owned the most points in the NHL at this juncture in a season in 16 years.
It's been a lot longer since they've won this consistently in Pittsburgh.
Marian Gaborik tries to continue his impressive scoring surge Friday night as the streaking Rangers look for their first five-game road winning streak against the Penguins in 38 years.
New York (25-9-4) has 54 points and is atop the NHL standings on this date for the first time since 1996.
The Rangers have ascended to that status by winning eight of nine as Gaborik has provided a spark with eight goals. The star right wing kept them rolling when he found the net with 1:31 left in overtime to secure a 3-2 win over Florida on Thursday.
"We have won different ways this year, and even though it was a tie game we stuck with it and didn't panic," Gaborik said. "We just kept going, and that's how we got to this point so far this season."
Gaborik is among the league leaders with 23 goals, one more than he had ...