List of rosters, game information, location details and live stream


The 2016/17 National Hockey League Centennial Event kicked off on October 12, with 30 teams from the United States and Canada participating, including 23 from the United States and 7 from Canada. The Ottawa Senators and New York Rangers are the top contenders out of 30 participants. Both teams consistently perform amazingly, but overall the New York Rangers are just one step ahead of Ottawa. In addition, the NY Rangers have won four Stanley Cup championship titles while Ottawa has yet to claim any trophies from this powerful tournament. However, the upcoming match will be their first one-on-one fight in this centennial event. On the other side, Ottawa from the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference and the New York Rangers from the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference. So, their next match will be on November 27, 2016. Here we present the details of their next one-on-one fight below.

# Short data of the next competition:

  • Play between the Ottawa Senators against the New York Rangers
  • Competition date – November 27, 2016
  • Kick-off – 7:00 p.m. (ET)
  • Day – Sunday
  • Event – National Hockey League (NHL) 2016/17
  • Episode n ° – 99th of game / 100th of operation

Ottawa Senators vs. New York Rangers

# Details of the accommodation: The next game between the Ottawa Rangers and the NY Rangers will be at Madison Square Garden, one of the most renowned multi-purpose indoor stadiums in New York City, New York. MSG is the short form of the arena but simply known as the garden. The garden was founded on February 11, 1968 and nearly $ 123 million was spent on construction. The garden has a capacity of approximately 18,006 seats and is also the current residence of the New York Rangers.

# Television networks: TSN 5, MSG, TVAS, NHLN – US

# Current Ottawa Senators and New York Rangers rosters:

S / N.

Position Ottawa Senators New York Rangers
1. Goalkeepers Craig Anderson (United States), Mike Condon (United States)

Henrik Lundqvist (Sweden), Antti Raanta (End)


Defender Mark Borowiecki (Can), Cody This (Can), Fredrik Claesson (Sweden), Erik Karlsson (Sweden), Marc Methot (Can), Dion Phaneuf (Can), Chris Wideman (USA) Adam Clendening (USA), Dan Girardi (Can), Nick Holden (Can), Kevin Klein (Can), Ryan McDonagh (USA), Brady Skjei (USA), Marc Staal (Can)
3. Center Derick Brassard (Can), Jean Gabriel Pageau (Can), Tom Pyatt (Can), Kyle Turris (Can)

Kevin Hayes (United States), Josh Jooris (Can), Oscar Lindberg (Sweden), Derek Stepan (United States), Mika Zibanejad (Sweden)


Winger Ryan Dzingel (USA), Mike Hoffman (Can), Chris Kelly (Can), Curtis Lazar (Can), Clarke MacArthur (Can), Max McCormick (USA), Chris Neil (Can), Bobby Ryan (USA), Zack Smith (May), Mark Stone (May)

Pavel Buchnevich (Rus), Jesper Fast (Sweden), Michael Grabner (Aus), Chris Kreider (USA), JT Miller (USA), Rick Nash (Can), Matt Puempel (Can), Mats Zuccarello (Now), Jimmy Vesey (United States), Brandon Pirri (Can)

# Prediction: The New York Rangers would likely win their next game against the Ottawa Senators because of their recent performance and also gain an additional home ground advantage.

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