Development Camp Begins With Conditioning (Updated)

Update, 2:27 p.m.:
Jesse Spector has more on Hagelin here, while Andrew Gross takes a further look at Erixon here.

Update, 2:08 p.m.:
Carl Hagelin says he is “two-way player with good speed…U of Michigan taught me to play both sides of the puck”

…so excited for this kid.

Update, 2:06 p.m.:
Apparently Erixon mistakenly snow showered Underhill after finishing sprints.

…that’ll get you a couple of extra sprints.

Update, 2:03 p.m.:
Barbara Underhill videotaping and critiquing each prospects skating stride.

…i hope they’re listening b/c she can do wonders for their game. Just ask Boyle.

Update, 1:26 p.m.:
For more quotes from Erixon visit Blueshirts United.

Jim Cerny adds that Erixon plans to work out back in Sweden this summer; had brief hello with Torts/Sather; and likes playing on smaller ice surface.

Update, 1:15 p.m.:
Christian Thomas watching Group II skating (via @thenyrangers)…

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Update, 1:06 p.m.:
Tim Erixon says “I am just excited about fighting for a spot” on next year’s roster.

Update, 11:50 a.m.:
Spector says 2011 5th round draft pick RW Shane McColgan is very fast, while fellow 5th rounder D Samuel Noreau not so much.

Update, 11:11 a.m.:

Jess Rubenstein at The Prospect Park has a great preview of this week’s development camp.

Original Post:
The conditioning portion of the Rangers development camp has begun this morning and prospect Calr Hagelin feels it’s not that bad. John Tortorella, who is in attendance, must be loving that quote.

Jesse Spector tweets that Dylan McIlrath looked good skating laps, while Steve Zipay adds that the 2010 first round pick looks much faster than last year.

…actual hockey!!!!!!!!!! I am loving this.

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Development Camp Begins With Conditioning (Updated)

Update, 2:27 p.m.:
Jesse Spector has more on Hagelin here, while Andrew Gross takes a further look at Erixon here.

Update, 2:08 p.m.:
Carl Hagelin says he is “two-way player with good speed…U of Michigan taught me to play both sides of the puck”

…so excited for this kid.

Update, 2:06 p.m.:
Apparently Erixon mistakenly snow showered Underhill after finishing sprints.

…that’ll get you a couple of extra sprints.

Update, 2:03 p.m.:
Barbara Underhill videotaping and critiquing each prospects skating stride.

…i hope they’re listening b/c she can do wonders for their game. Just ask Boyle.

Update, 1:26 p.m.:
For more quotes from Erixon visit Blueshirts United.

Jim Cerny adds that Erixon plans to work out back in Sweden this summer; had brief hello with Torts/Sather; and likes playing on smaller ice surface.

Update, 1:15 p.m.:
Christian Thomas watching Group II skating (via @thenyrangers)…

Update, 1:06 p.m.:
Tim Erixon says “I am just excited about fighting for a spot” on next year’s roster.

Update, 11:50 a.m.:
Spector says 2011 5th round draft pick RW Shane McColgan is very fast, while fellow 5th rounder D Samuel Noreau not so much.

Update, 11:11 a.m.:

Jess Rubenstein at The Prospect Park has a great preview of this week’s development camp.

Original Post:
The conditioning portion of the Rangers development camp has begun this morning and prospect Calr Hagelin feels it’s not that bad. John Tortorella, who is in attendance, must be loving that quote.

Jesse Spector tweets that Dylan McIlrath looked good skating laps, while Steve Zipay adds that the 2010 first round pick looks much faster than last year.

…actual hockey!!!!!!!!!! I am loving this.

Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

Kevin

About Kevin

If you have any questions e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

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