McD a Top 50 Prospect

mcdonagh4Hockey’s Future begins their look at the NHL’s Top 50 prospects with numbers 41-50…

Starting at #50, New York Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh makes his return to this list after last appearing at #39 in the Fall, 2009 version of the rankings. McDonagh has changed teams since that last Top 50 appearance, having been traded by the Montreal Canadiens to the Rangers in the interim. The heady McDonagh has impressed during his time with the Rangers this season, and seems poised to move his career to another level.

…how in the world does McD drop from #39 to #50 when he’s now excelling in the NHL? Shouldn’t he have moved up?

…as far as McD goes, he is playing with composure far beyond his years and I’m looking forward to him being a staple on the Rangers blueline for years to come. Hoping he’ll work on his offense in the offseason to help him become a more complete player.

The Hockey’s Future also takes a look at how Rangers prospect Christian Thomas (2010 – 2nd) has stepped up his game in the OHL playoffs.

…considering Thomas scored 54 goals in 66 regular season games that’s very impressive.

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McD a Top 50 Prospect

mcdonagh4Hockey’s Future begins their look at the NHL’s Top 50 prospects with numbers 41-50…

Starting at #50, New York Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh makes his return to this list after last appearing at #39 in the Fall, 2009 version of the rankings. McDonagh has changed teams since that last Top 50 appearance, having been traded by the Montreal Canadiens to the Rangers in the interim. The heady McDonagh has impressed during his time with the Rangers this season, and seems poised to move his career to another level.

…how in the world does McD drop from #39 to #50 when he’s now excelling in the NHL? Shouldn’t he have moved up?

…as far as McD goes, he is playing with composure far beyond his years and I’m looking forward to him being a staple on the Rangers blueline for years to come. Hoping he’ll work on his offense in the offseason to help him become a more complete player.

The Hockey’s Future also takes a look at how Rangers prospect Christian Thomas (2010 – 2nd) has stepped up his game in the OHL playoffs.

…considering Thomas scored 54 goals in 66 regular season games that’s very impressive.

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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