Updated, 2:34 p.m.:
Rangers officially announce roster.
Defensemen Lee Baldwin and Jyri Niemi, who are not on the below roster, will also be on the team.
…h/t to Kevin Baumer of Blueshirts Bulletin for pointing that out.
Updated, 9:47 a.m.:
Jess Rubenstein at The Prospect Park takes a look at the non-roster invitees that will be heading to Traverse City for the Rangers.
Original Post, Sunday, 10:55 p.m.:
Not sure how reliable this is but someone over at HF Boards listed this as the Rangers 2011 Traverse City Tournament Roster…
Jonathan Audy-Marchessault C, 5.09, 175, Quebec (QMJHL)
Ryan Bourque LW, 5.09, 164 NYR-09 (3-80), Quebec (QMJHL)
Tommy Grant LW, 6.02, 195, Alaska (WCHA)
Carl Hagelin LW, 5.11, 176, NYR-07 (6-168), Michigan (CCHA)
Jordan Hickmott * C, 6.00, 181, Edmonton (WHL)
Tayler Jordan * LW, 6.06, 195, Portland (WHL)
Kale Kerbashian * C, 5.11, 165, Sarnia (OHL)
Shane McColgan RW, 5.11, 170, NYR-11 (5-134), Kelowna(WHL)
Randy McNaught RW, 6.05, 221, NYR-10 (7-190), Vancouver (WHL)
J.T. Miller RW, 6.01, 190, NYR-11 (1-15), US Natl Dev Team (USHL)
Michael St. Croix C, 5.11, 179, NYR-11 (4-106), Edmonton (WHL)
Christian Thomas RW, 5.09, 165, NYR-10 (2-40), Oshawa (OHL)
Jason Wilson LW, 6.02, 205, NYR-10 (5-130), Niagara (OHL)
Andrew Yogan C, 6.03, 202, NYR-10 (4-100), Erie (OHL)
Collin Bowman * D 6.02 200 — Moose Jaw (WHL)
Peter Ceresnak D 6.03 209 NYR-11 (6-172) Trencin Jr. (SLVK-Jr.)
Tim Erixon D 6.02 190 CAL-09 (1-23) Skelleftea (SEL)
Dylan McIlrath D 6.05 215 NYR-10 (1-10) Moose Jaw (WHL)
Samuel Noreau D 6.04 210 NYR-11 (5-136) Baie-Comeau (QMJHL)
Blake Parlett D 6.01 205 — Greenville (ECHL)
Jason Missiaen G 6.08 220 MON-08 (4-116) Baie-Comeau (QMJHL)
Scott Stajcer G 6.03 195 NYR-09 (5-140) Owen Sound (OHL)
Players with * are not Rangers property.
The tournament will run from September 10th thru the 14th and will be broadcast on MSG.
…too bad NCAA rules don’t allow Kreider to play because then this team would be complete.
…foaming at the mouth thinking about a defensive pairing of McIlrath and Erixon.
…h/t to reader Matt S.