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I would like to say that I personally do not believe that Zuc should be shipped off during this upcoming entry draft. But, If it were to be him, these are some situations that could arise with his departure from the New York Rangers. Read more
The 21-year-old prospect completed his first full season in the professional ranks, skating in 68 games with Hartford and tallying 18 points (9G, 9A). From what I have witnessed, the prospect has potential to become a good player for the Rangers down the road. His development is off to a good start as not everyone’s first year in the American Hockey League goes easy.
Buyout season is upon us and all fingers are pointed in the direction of Rangers defenseman Brendan Smith.
Here is the latest of what’s going on in Rangerstown.
According to CapFriendly, the first official signing of the offseason by the New York Rangers is re-signing goaltender Marek Mazanec to a one-year, two-way deal worth $650,000. Prior to the re-signing, the goalie was a restricted free agent.
There’s been a lot of speculation and talk that Lindy Ruff will remain in some capacity on David Quinn’s staff. What does that mean for the rest of the openings to assist the new coach? Let’s dig in. Read more
The end of the Stanley Cup Final is a signal for many things, such as the NHL Entry Draft and the beginning of the free agent signing period for July 1st. Another thing that is down the line is what to do with the impending RFA’s certain teams have. To explain simply, RFA stands for Restricted Free Agent, which means the player is a Free Agent and can be signed to an offer sheet but their former team can match the offer if they please. The Rangers seem to have a nice batch of RFA’s which they need to tend to, we take a look at which ones should stay and which ones should go. Read more
On this episode of the Tilted Ice Podcast, host Russell Hartman is joined by Forever Blueshirts Editor-in-Chief Zak Chiger. They welcome back the Xperience Hockey Talk’s Michael Lindenbaum to discuss the Washington Capitals Stanley Cup win and discuss Alex Ovechkin’s wild first few days as a champion. The duo then talk to NHL Network Radio host Michelle Sturino about all things hockey! Another great episode you don’t want to miss! You can follow Russell Hartman @russellhartman1, Zak @Zak4B, Mike @TXHT_Hockey, and Michelle @MichelleSturino.
The Stanley Cup Finals reinforced my belief that having a tough, physical, and punishing forward in your lineup is not just a good thing but a legit need. Tom Wilson of the Caps and Ryan Reaves of the Knights proved that no spreadsheet or formula will fully capture what they bring to a team’s feeling of security and confidence on the ice. That goes two-fold for skilled players and kids. Read more