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233 Rangers prospect report: Feb. 16-22

Courtesy of the NYR: NEW YORK RANGERS PROSPECT REPORT: FEB. 16 – FEB. 22 1. Anthony Duclair, LW, Quebec Remparts (QMJHL) – Duclair tallied five points (one goal, four assists) in three games with Quebec over the past week. He established a QMJHL season-high with three assists and tied season-highs…

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172 Rangers prospect report Feb. 9-15

Courtesy of the New York Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS PROSPECT REPORT FEB. 9-15 1. Brandon Halverson (photo above), G, Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds (OHL) – Halverson posted a 3-0-0 record, along with a 1.00 GAA, a .965 SV% (82 saves on 85 shots), and 1 SO in three appearances…

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138 Rangers prospect report: Feb. 2-8

Courtesy of the Rangers: NEW YORK RANGERS PROSPECT REPORT: FEB. 2 – FEB. 8 1. Anthony Duclair, LW, Quebec Remparts (QMJHL) – Duclair tallied five points (two goals, three assists), posted a plus-two rating, and registered 13 shots on goal over three games this past week. He recorded two…

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368 Rangers prospect report Dec. 1-7

Sorry for the delay with this … that obviously happens from time to time, especially when there are games on Mondays. From the NYR: THREE STARS OF THE WEEK: 1. Adam Tambellini, C, Calgary Hitmen (WHL) – Tambellini (photo, right) began this past week by registering three points (one goal,…

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172 Rangers’ weekly prospects report

Sorry this is a few days late this week. From the NYR: EMERGING FROM THE PACK The Wolf Pack entered this past week with a 2-0-1-0 record. Hartford continued its strong start to the season on Oct. 21 in a road contest against Worcester. Ten different skaters registered a point…

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87 Rangers make nine cuts, no big surprises … 34 remain in camp

From the NYR: RANGERS REASSIGN NINE PLAYERS 34 Players Remain in NHL Camp   NEW YORK, October 1, 2014 – New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the team has reassigned nine players from its training camp roster to the Hartford Wolf Pack.             The…

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175 Rangers-Flyers in review (again)

Thoughts: 1) Happy October. Gotta tell you, that’s enough preseason for me. If they stopped right now, I’d be happy. The last two games, at least, will pretty much be the Rangers’ opening-night roster with a few players battling for the last two or three jobs. And they’ll be playing…

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197 Rangers-Devils in review

Thoughts: 1) Click here to read my story about the competition in training camp, albeit a lot of competition for not too many jobs, from lohud.com. Or scroll to the previous thread to read the story there. 2) So, at the suggestion of our friend jpp, here’s a little contest.…

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5 Roster competition in camp, but for not many spots

Here’s my story from The Journal News and lohud.com: By Rick Carpiniello NEW YORK – You do the math and you realize that, as much as coach Alain Vigneault and the Rangers organization want some young players to make the roster, there won’t be a lot of room. So there…

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150 Rangers-Oilers in review

Thoughts: 1) Unrelated to this game, but there was a lot of chatter about helmets and fights and head injuries this week, and Gary Bettman talked about “player safety” again, and it always makes me wonder. Why in Holy Hell does the league allow players to wear their chinstraps down…

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3 Flames 4, Rangers 1 … post-game notes

Post-game notes courtesy of the New York Rangers: Flames 4, Rangers 1 Click here for box score. Team Notes: –      The Rangers opened a three-game Western Canada road trip with a 4-1 defeat against the Calgary Flames tonight at Scotiabank Saddledome. –      New York is now 1-2-0 overall in preseason…

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269 It’s Go Time! … Rangers at Flames

Game 3 of this 15-game trip. First of four in five nights out West to close the preseason. Then ya boys come home for a few days of practice before heading to Phoenix. Henrik Lundqvist is scheduled to play the entire game tonight at the Saddledome that changes sponsor names…

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224 Big week for a number of youngsters, starting tonight

The Rangers get back to work tonight in Calgary, to start a preseason-closing week in which they play four games in five nights. It’s a crucial week for some of the young players trying to make Alain Vigneault’s team, especially if Derek Stepan remains unsigned on opening night (doubtful). Expected…

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