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A Look Back: Scoring leaders, by year, among forwards and defensemen

I'll be doing this by era. I've listed -- for each season -- the Rangers leading scorer for forwards and defensemen.

Next to their names are their ages during that season, the factor by which they outscored the second-best forward or defenseman on their team (RelTeam), and the factor by which they finished behind the first-best league-wide forward or defenseman (RelLeague) (1+ indicates they led the entire league). Excluded are Howe, Orr, Gretzky and Lemieux.

You can't really draw any conclusions simply by looking at the numbers. But it's interesting to see who's names came up over the years, and some numbers do stand out and make for good starting points in research. I'll add my notes later.

Pre-War Years

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
1927 Bill Cook 30 1.32 1.03
1928 Frank Boucher 26 1.25 0.68
1929 Frank Boucher 27 1.13 0.81
1930 Frank Boucher 28 1.05 0.85
1931 Bill Cook 34 1.08 0.82
1932 Bill Cook 35 1.26 0.91
1933 Bill Cook 36 1.35 1.14
1934 Frank Boucher 32 1.13 0.85
1935 Frank Boucher 33 1.25 0.79
1936 Cecil Dillon 27 1.1 0.71
1937 Cecil Dillon 28 1.11 0.67
1938 Cecil Dillon 29 1.05 0.75
1939 Clint Smith 25 1.11 0.87
1940 Bryan Hextall 26 1.03 0.75
1941 Lynn Patrick/Bryan Hextall 28/27 1 0.71

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
1927 Clarence Abel 26 1.5 0.6
1928 Ching Johnson 29 2.29 0.94
1929 Leo Bourgeault 26 1.25 0.26
1930 Leo Bourgeault 27 2.17 0.33
1931 Joe Jerwa 24 1.36 0.35
1932 Ching Johnson 33 1.3 0.52
1933 Ching Johnson 34 1.42 0.4
1934 Earl Seibert 22 2.88 0.7
1935 Earl Seibert 23 1.79 0.76
1936 Ott Heller 25 1.63 0.36
1937 Ott Heller 26 1.13 0.59
1938 Babe Pratt 22 1.19 0.45
1939 Ott Heller 28 1.1 0.85
1940 Ott Heller 29 1.12 0.68
1941 Babe Pratt 25 1.11 0.77


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War Years

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
1942 Bryan Hextall 28 1.04 1.04
1943 Lynn Patrick 30 1.03 0.84
1944 Bryan Hextall 30 1.35 0.66
1945 Ab DeMarco 28 1.29 0.68

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
1942 Babe Pratt 26 1.65 0.74
1943 Ott Heller 32 1.2 0.41
1944 Ott Heller 33 2.19 0.61
1945 Ott Heller 34 1.36 0.46

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Original Six Years

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
1946 Ab DeMarco 29 1.27 0.77
1947 Tony Leswick 23 1.03 0.57
1948 Buddy O'Connor 31 1.28 0.98
1949 Buddy O'Connor 32 1.13 0.51
1950 Tony Leswick/Edgar Laprade 26/30 1 0.56
1951 Reg Sinclair/Don Raleigh 25/24 1 0.59
1952 Don Raleigh 25 1.42 0.88
1953 Wally Hergesheimer 26 1.09 0.83
1954 Paul Ronty 25 1.02 0.69
1955 Danny Lewicki 23 1.33 0.71
1956 Andy Bathgate 23 1.29 0.75
1957 Andy Bathgate 24 1.75 0.91
1958 Andy Bathgate 25 1.39 0.93
1959 Andy Bathgate 26 1.4 0.92
1960 Andy Bathgate 27 1.12 0.91
1961 Andy Bathgate 28 1.43 0.81
1962 Andy Bathgate 29 1.4 1
1963 Andy Bathgate 30 1.35 1.07
1964 Phil Goyette 30 1.02 0.73
1965 Rod Gilbert 23 1.33 0.7
1966 Bob Nevin 27 1.48 0.64
1967 Phil Goyette 33 1.33 0.63

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
1946 Neil Colville 31 1.13 0.36
1947 Neil Colville 32 1.43 0.8
1948 Frank Eddolls 26 1.19 0.66
1949 Allan Stanley 22 1.11 0.42
1950 Pat Egan 31 1.6 0.4
1951 Allan Stanley 24 1.4 0.39
1952 Hy Buller 25 1.84 0.74
1953 Hy Buller 26 1.32 0.54
1954 Hy Buller 27 1.06 0.35
1955 Harry Howell 22 1.07 0.33
1956 Bill Gadsby 28 2.83 1.02
1957 Bill Gadsby 29 2.73 0.82
1958 Bill Gadsby 30 3.83 1.12
1959 Bill Gadsby 31 3.64 1.31
1960 Bill Gadsby 32 2.38 0.69
1961 Bill Gadsby 33 2.06 0.5
1962 Doug Harvey 37 1.2 0.61
1963 Doug Harvey 38 1.56 0.65
1964 Harry Howell 31 1.24 0.68
1965 Rod Seiling 20 1.18 0.44
1966 Harry Howell 33 1.43 0.92
1967 Harry Howell 34 2.67 0.77

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Expansion Years

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
1968 Jean Ratelle 27 1.01 0.9
1969 Jean Ratelle 28 1.01 0.62
1970 Walt Tkaczuk 22 1.04 0.78
1971 Walt Tkaczuk 23 1.04 0.49
1972 Jean Ratelle 31 1.03 0.82
1973 Jean Ratelle 32 1.12 0.72
1974 Rod Gilbert 32 1.1 0.53
1975 Rod Gilbert 33 1.07 0.76
1976 Rod Gilbert 34 1.04 0.69
1977 Phil Esposito 34 1.07 0.59
1978 Phil Esposito 35 1.11 0.61
1979 Anders Hedberg/Phil Esposito 27/36 1 0.58
1980 Phil Esposito 37 1.07 0.57
1981 Anders Hedberg 29 1.03 0.52
1982 Mike Rogers 27 1.36 0.7
1983 Mike Rogers 28 1.01 0.61
1984 Mark Pavelich 25 1.01 0.68
1985 Mike Rogers 30 1.07 0.47

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
1968 Jim Neilson 27 1.21 0.74
1969 Jim Neilson 28 1.69 0.79
1970 Brad Park 21 1.03 0.89
1971 Brad Park 22 1.36 0.7
1972 Brad Park 23 1.78 1.28
1973 Brad Park 24 1.26 0.98
1974 Brad Park 25 2.73* 1.39
1975 Brad Park 26 1.27 0.75
1976 Carol Vadnais 30 1.85 0.58
1977 Carol Vadnais 31 1.02 0.56
1978 Ron Greschner 23 1.57 0.77
1979 Mike McEwen 22 1.09 0.57
1980 Barry Beck 22 1.02 0.81
1981 Ron Greschner 26 1.45 0.82
1982 Reijo Ruotsalainen 21 1.14 0.63
1983 Reijo Ruotsalainen 22 1.38 0.72
1984 Reijo Ruotsalainen 23 1.05 0.47
1985 Reijo Ruotsalainen 24 1.62* 0.6

* Led the entire team -- including forwards -- in scoring

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Modern Years

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
1986 Mike Ridley 22 1.2 0.5
1987 Walt Poddubny 26 1.18 0.81
1988 Walt Poddubny 27 1.13 0.67
1989 Tomas Sandstrom 24 1.38 0.57
1990 John Ogrodnick 30 1.09 0.57
1991 Bernie Nicholls 29 1.06 0.56
1992 Mark Messier 31 1.32 0.87
1993 Mark Messier 32 1.2 0.61
1994 Mark Messier 33 1.06 0.7
1995 Mark Messier 34 1.71 0.76
1996 Mark Messier 35 1.21 0.66
1997 Wayne Gretzky 36 1.15 0.8
1998 Wayne Gretzky 37 1.45 0.88
1999 Wayne Gretzky 38 1.13 0.49
2000 Petr Nedved 28 1.06 0.71
2001 Petr Nedved 29 1.05 0.64
2002 Eric Lindros 28 1.16 0.76
2003 Petr Nedved 31 1.09 0.55
2004 Bobby Holik 33 1.3 0.6

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
1986 Reijo Ruotsalainen 25 1.23 0.43
1987 James Patrick 23 1.36 0.58
1988 James Patrick 24 1.88 0.68
1989 Brian Leetch 20 1.51 0.63
1990 James Patrick 26 1.02 0.55
1991 Brian Leetch 22 1.49* 0.85
1992 Brian Leetch 23 1.44 1.19
1993 Brian Leetch 24 1.16 0.37
1994 Sergei Zubov 23 1.13* 0.98
1995 Brian Leetch 26 1.14 0.71
1996 Brian Leetch 27 2.3 1.04
1997 Brian Leetch 28 2.05 1.15
1998 Brian Leetch 29 2.5 0.85
1999 Brian Leetch 30 1.62 0.89
2000 Mathieu Schneider 30 1.15 0.41
2001 Brian Leetch 32 3.04* 1.11
2002 Brian Leetch 33 1.96 0.93
2003 Tom Poti 25 1.6 0.71
2004 Brian Leetch 35 1.5 0.88

* Led the entire team -- including forwards -- in scoring

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Salary Cap Years

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
2006 Jaromir Jagr 33 1.56 0.98
2007 Jaromir Jagr 34 1.16 0.8
2008 Jaromir Jagr 35 1.01 0.63
2009 Nikolai Zherdev/Scott Gomez 24/29 1 0.51
2010 Marian Gaborik 27 1.48 0.77
2011 Brandon Dubinsky 24 1.13 0.52
2012 Marian Gaborik 29 1.15 0.7
2013 Derek Stepan 22 1.05 0.73

YearPlayerAgeRelTeamRelLeag
2006 Michal Rozsival 27 1.2 0.38
2007 Michal Rozsival 28 1.54 0.58
2008 Michal Rozsival 29 1.36 0.54
2009 Michal Rozsival 30 1.15 0.41
2010 Michael Del Zotto 19 1.37 0.49
2011 Dan Girardi 26 1.07 0.46
2012 Michael Del Zotto 21 1.28 0.53
2013 Michael Del Zotto 22 1.11 0.55

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Ott Heller is such an underrated player in Rangers history.

I would argue he is in the discussion for 2nd 'best' defenseman in Rangers history.

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Rozsival lead the defense men in points on this team for four years, and got nothing but grief. Found his place on a Stanley Cup contending team, has a solid role on that team, but wasn't good enough for New York...

Del Zotto lead the defense men in points on this team three out of four years, got nothing but criticism.

Gaborik lead the team in points two out of four years, with two top-10 goal appearances. Fans were thrilled to be rid of him, and thought Nash was the superior player. Although, this will be Nash's second season in a row he doesn't lead the team in points.

Jagr lead the team in points for three consecutive years, got this team back in the playoffs, carried the load and made the Rangers relevant again, and was criticized for holding the team back from high draft picks (much like Lundqvist is today). Fans booed him in his first return to the Garden, even though he wanted to re-sign there (but Sather decided to delegate those funds to Redden/Naslund).

Interesting to see how every leading point producer is always under appreciated by fans.

Great list though. Was definitely interesting to look at.

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Completely OT but it always throws me when the 'war years' get referred to as '42-45. I know that's when the US decided to get involved, but everywhere else you go the years for WW2 are '39-45.

Fataldogg, I disagree that Roszival got nothing but grief, I think most fans appreciated him, they just didn't believe his defensive play was worth $5m a year and that a lot of his points were from being part of a JJ lead PP (nothing wrong with that).

Ditto MDZ, it's great that he lead D-men in pts but his defense wasn't up to scratch.

Anyone who thought Nash would lead the team in pts has obviously never watched him play. Goals yes, but not points.

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A little scary that Leetch managed over a 3 as a defenseman in 2002.

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Completely OT but it always throws me when the 'war years' get referred to as '42-45. I know that's when the US decided to get involved, but everywhere else you go the years for WW2 are '39-45.
Not completely off-topic. I use '42-'45 because in those years (only), the NHL was noticeably impacted by the presence of the war. "War Years" is meant to earmark the stretch of seasons in which the league saw significant talent leave for service.

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Not completely off-topic. I use '42-'45 because in those years (only), the NHL was noticeably impacted by the presence of the war. "War Years" is meant to earmark the stretch of seasons in which the league saw significant talent leave for service.
Including one of our own greats, Lynn Patrick. I'm sure there were others but he is the one i can name off the top of my head.

I know a lot of the Amerks served, and it effected them.

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A little scary that Leetch managed over a 3 as a defenseman in 2002.
2001. And yeah, he was the team that year.

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2001. And yeah, he was the team that year.
Him and Fleury until rehab. That team had the #1 PP and #1 offense for a while and then the wheels fell off. Horrible horrible defense though. I mean horrible. That team also had a knack for teasing us. Going down 5-1 and scoring 3 goals in the 3rd period. Padded the stats with a bunch of meaningless goals. What a frustrating team. The first year I was watching so I remember that team better than any other pre-lockout team. I still love them though, they were my first team. They were really really bad. They had some fun moments though.

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Him and Fleury until rehab. That team had the #1 PP and #1 offense for a while and then the wheels fell off. Horrible horrible defense though. I mean horrible. That team also had a knack for teasing us. Going down 5-1 and scoring 3 goals in the 3rd period. Padded the stats with a bunch of useless goals. What a frustrating team. The first year I was watching so I remember that team better than any other pre-lockout team. I still love them though, they were my first team. They were really really bad. They had some fun moments though.
That 2001 season was funny. The Fleury-Lindros-York line came out flying out like a bat out of hell. By December, there was serious talk about a Rangers/Islanders conference final. Both teams just sank like rocks. Injuries piled up. I remember limping home with Guy Hebert. Rough year to be a Rangers fan.

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That 2001 season was funny. The Fleury-Lindros-York line came out flying out like a bat out of hell. By December, there was serious talk about a Rangers/Islanders conference final. Both teams just sank like rocks. Injuries piled up. I remember limping home with Guy Hebert. Rough year to be a Rangers fan.
Are you sure about the Islanders? I believe they were the worst team in the league that year.

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Oh, that was the 01-02 season. Lindros wasn't there in 01.

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Oh, that was the 01-02 season. Lindros wasn't there in 01.
There you go. My memory sometimes blends bits and pieces of seasons together.

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Which makes me wonder if Fleury didn't go into rehab in 02 or if he came back from rehab in 02. But yeah the FLY line was 02. That team was very good to start the year. Were like 7 games over .500 at one point early in the season. For comparison sake that team was better than this one early.

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Which makes me wonder if Fleury didn't go into rehab in 02 or if he came back from rehab in 02. But yeah the FLY line was 02. That team was very good to start the year. Were like 7 games over .500 at one point early in the season. For comparison sake that team was better than this one early.
IIRC, there was a point early on in that season (around 30 games in) where the Rangers were 1st in the league.

Granted, I'm pretty sure they had played 4 or 5 more games than any other team to that point...

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IIRC, there was a point early on in that season (around 30 games in) where the Rangers were 1st in the league.

Granted, I'm pretty sure they had played 4 or 5 more games than any other team to that point...
That team had so many hole though. No D, no depth, no goalie. I still thought they'd make the playoffs.

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Yeah, my memory of the 01-02 was that the Rangers came out pretty strong and a match up against the Isles in late Oct/early Nov was 1st v 2nd in the conference. I was at basic training during that time and it was really annoying having to follow results via the occasional newspaper.

The FLY line was playing well and Richter was in good in form prior to the Olympics and despite a terrible January we were looking ok going into the Olympic break with Lindros, Fleury, York, Leetch and Richter named to play.

After the US/Canada gold medal game which saw Marty square off against Richter in goal we faced the Devs first game back in goalie re-match. The Devs destroyed us and the wheels fell off big time. Fleury went off the rails, York got traded for Poti, Richter was starting to break down and we traded a fair bit for a one legged Bure.

About the only bright spot to come out of that season was the play of Blackburn.

Jeez those pre lockout teams make me depressed...

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I would argue he is in the discussion for 2nd 'best' defenseman in Rangers history.
Sorry, but IMO Leetch-Park have monopoly on top pair.

Surely is in our all time 6 D though?

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Rozsival lead the defense men in points on this team for four years, and got nothing but grief. Found his place on a Stanley Cup contending team, has a solid role on that team, but wasn't good enough for New York...

Del Zotto lead the defense men in points on this team three out of four years, got nothing but criticism.

Gaborik lead the team in points two out of four years, with two top-10 goal appearances. Fans were thrilled to be rid of him, and thought Nash was the superior player. Although, this will be Nash's second season in a row he doesn't lead the team in points.

Jagr lead the team in points for three consecutive years, got this team back in the playoffs, carried the load and made the Rangers relevant again, and was criticized for holding the team back from high draft picks (much like Lundqvist is today). Fans booed him in his first return to the Garden, even though he wanted to re-sign there (but Sather decided to delegate those funds to Redden/Naslund).

Interesting to see how every leading point producer is always under appreciated by fans.

Great list though. Was definitely interesting to look at.
Roszival was good in the beginning but towards the end he had lost all confidence. At the end he was fumbling the puck on the pp and afraid to shoot.

Did Jagr really want to re-sign? I remember him criticizing the front office for bringing in two centers that he didn't want to play with resulting in him on a line with Dubi. I thought he was just fed up with the Rangers after the playoff loss to the Pens and that's why he left the NHL.

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