JT Miller made his NHL debut on Tuesday and coach John Tortorella was impressed with his play.
The 19-year-old received 14:25 of ice time, including 4:35 on the power play. He concluded the contest with two shots, one hit and a plus-1 rating. The started the game alongside Chris Kreider and newcomer Darroll Powe, but he also saw action with Brad Richards as the match reached the latter stages. Kreider had a good game of his own, with his first goal of the year, as the Rangers' rookies were the bright spots of the game in a 3-1 loss to New Jersey.