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.
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Buyout season is upon us and all fingers are pointed in the direction of Rangers defenseman Brendan Smith.
It is officially the offseason in the National Hockey League, despite our beloved New York Rangers being off for the last two months, but who’s counting. It is now time to dive into what this team may look like come October.
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.
After the Washington Capitals defeated the Vegas Golden Knights to capture their first Stanley Cup in franchise history, some Rangers players and prospects took to social media to congratulate their Eastern Conference foes.
We all know about the coaching change, what he is like and who can benefit from playing under David Quinn. But what about the players that will be designated and looked to as leaders under the new skipper. Obviously some of these players could have been considered as leaders last season for the New York Rangers, but their involvement will be even more crucial this upcoming season.
As we approach the off-season, another player I want to focus on is Scott Kosmachuk. Read more
With the NHL draft just a couple of weeks away, the speculation of who Jeff Gorton will draft with the ninth overall pick will pick up in intensity. As has been well-documented, the Rangers are in the process of rebuilding their roster and are focused on bringing in young talent, and this year’s NHL draft is full of skilled skaters.
After signing his first NHL contract with the Rangers just a few weeks ago, prospect Ville Meskanen talked about why he signed with the Blueshirts.