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Top offensive seasons in New York Rangers history – Forever Blueshirts

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Artemi Panarin completed a season for the ages in 2023-24, finishing with 120 points, second-most in New York Rangers history. He is one of only seven players to reach the 100-point milestone when wearing a Rangers sweater.

Along the way he passed several NHL legends and Hall of Famers who also had magical scoring seasons with the Rangers.

Here’s a breakdown of the best individual seasons in Rangers history.

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Wayne Gretzky – 97 points (1997-98)

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Rod Gilbert – 97 Points (1971-72 & 1974-75)

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Mark Messier – 99 points (1995-96)

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Brian Leetch – 102 Points (1991-92)

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Mike Rogers – 103 Points (1981-82)

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Vic Hadfield – 106 Points (1971-72)

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Mark Messier – 107 Points (1991-92)

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Jean Ratelle – 109 points (1971-72)

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Artemi Panarin – 120 Points (2023-24)

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Jaromir Jagr – 123 Points (2005-06)

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