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Getty ImagesProspects are the lifeblood of any organization. You have to build from somewhere, right? The New York Rangers have a plethora of young, talented players waiting in the wings for a shot with the big club on Broadway. Here are your 3 Stars of The Week, North American Prospect edition!
When drafting prospects, sometimes a team will scout players and select those who may be able to make an impact on their team down the line.
Sometimes, they scout and analyze but throw a pick at a wall and see if it sticks. The Rangers have a plethora of prospects that are brewing in the system, thrown at a wall attempting to stick somewhere. Here are the three stars of the week from the North American prospect pool!
When drafting prospects, sometimes teams scout players and select those who may be able to make an impact on their team down the line. Sometimes, they scout and analyze but throw a pick at a wall and see if it sticks. The Rangers have a plethora of prospects that are brewing in the system, thrown at the wall attempting to stick somewhere. Here are the three stars from the past week in the Rangers North American prospect pool!
With the Rangers preseason finished, the team has a lot to do in the coming days. There are roster cuts to be made, line combinations to figure out and a whole lot more. So let’s jump right in. Read more
The Rangers kicked off their 2017 Training Camp with Media Day, where the players and coaches meet with the media masses to discuss the upcoming season.
It’s here! The Rangers will open training camp today with medical tests and start skating tomorrow. So as the players and coaches prepare for the 2017-18 season, here are a few thoughts before blades touch ice. Read more
The time has finally arrived! The Rangers opened their Training Camp for the 2017-18 season on Thursday with high hopes and expectations. The Blueshirts come into camp after a rough end to the 2016-17 campaign with a second round loss to the Ottawa Senators, and will no doubt be looking to build on last season.
The Rangers opened up the Traverse City Tournament with a 3-2 win! Read more
This time last year, there was plenty of reason for optimism amongst Rangers fans. They brought their most highly regarded prospect, Pavel Buchnevich over, from Russia. They defied all of the hockey insiders by signing Jimmy Vesey to add to an already talented group of forwards. Trade acquisitions Mika Zibanejad and Nick Holden, along with a full season of another rookie, Brady Skjei, added to the intrigue of a fairly complete, and well-rounded squad. But this year feels different to me.