The Rangers showed Evgeni Malkin and the Penguins just how dangerous they can be.
Caution tape should’ve lined the Rangers bench Saturday night at Madison Square Garden, where the home team rolled over the Penguins in a 6-0 win that inflated their lead on Pittsburgh to 12 points.
Every Rangers unit that jumped over the boards and onto the ice did well.
That included both power-play units, which went 1-for-4 on the night, and the penalty kill, which was a perfect 5-for-5.
And the same could be said for goalie Igor Shesterkin, who recorded his first shutout in more than four months and has been dialed in for a handful of games now.
The Rangers are finally putting it all together. They even ran Pittsburgh’s starting netminder, Tristan Jarry, off the ice less than halfway through the second period.