The goalkeeper was between the posts for the 12th game in a row, the same number of back-to-back appearances he made at the end of the 2007/08 season.
Once again the 34-year-old was an important player as he made a crucial save in the second half of the 1-0 Scottish Cup win at Forres to deny Kyle Scott.
The stop was a true reflection of the way Alexander has played this term and he has been extremely consistent in the last few weeks.
Of course, the former Cardiff and Ipswich player has spent much of his near five-year stay at Ibrox playing second fiddle to Allan McGregor.
But with the Scotland cap now plying his trade at Besiktas, an opening has appeared for Alexander and he has taken it with both hands.
He told RangersTV: “I’m very pleased with the way things have been going for me and I’m really happy to be getting a run in the team.
“I’m happy with my form at the moment too. I’m feeling really good and sharp, I’m making saves and I’m keeping clean sheets.
“On a personal level, the season is panning out really well so far and as long as the boys can keep winning I’ll be happy.”
Alexander kept his sixth clean sheet of 2012/13 in that single-goal success against Mechanics at Mosset Park.
While it was a frustrating afternoon in many ways for the visitors, it was still one the keeper feels Gers can benefit from.
Having been heavily criticised at first, the Ibrox defence is starting to find its feet and Alexander can see progress being made on that front.
He added: “I think we are getting there. The centre halves were good at the weekend and I thought Emilson had another very good game.
“He is starting to settle into things and there’s a bit of stability there now which is great for him.
“The defence as a whole is gelling and while it’s difficult to go to places such as Forres, it coped with that.
“We might be getting there slowly but another clean sheet was another positive for us and it gives us something to build on.”