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Prospect Update: Pavel Buchnevich Scores Twice, Is On The Rise (VIDEO)

While we are all itching for Rangers’ training camp to get underway, the KHL is already fully immersed in regular season action. New York Rangers’ prospect Pavel Buchnevich, who was earning fringe minutes last season with Severstal Cheropovets, was give a vote of confidence by his head coach and has been vaulted to the team’s […]

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SOURCE: TV, Movie Mogul Jerry Bruckheimer In Talks To Own Las Vegas NHL Team

Quite a ripple materialized in the NHL waters yesterday when The Province’s Tony Gallagher reported that expansion to Las Vegas is “a done deal.” From the article: “Sources close to the situation have indicated Las Vegas is a done deal, the only thing to be determined being which owner will be entitled to proclaim that he brought the […]

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Danny Kristo’s Future With The Rangers Is In Doubt

I think I caught a number of people by surprise when I ranked Danny Kristo ninth in my prospect rankings back in July. Kristo came to the Rangers with a good amount of hype. He was one of the few standouts at the Traverse City tournament, showed some flashes of skill in the pre-season, and […]

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Prospect Update: Graves Traded To Quebec; Duclair Nets Hat-Trick

The only thing that saves me from smashing my head with a cinder block as the summer fades away is the coinciding emergence of hockey season. The NHL is still in hibernation mode, but other leagues are starting to kick things into gear. As such, there is some prospect news. The biggest news is that […]

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Here’s A Really Stupid Ron Duguay ‘Story’ From The New York Post

As I alluded to yesterday, early August is the hockey journalism equivalent of being stranded on a deserted island with no water, no shelter, and Janice from “FRIENDS” as your only companion. It’s boring. It’s torturous. There’s practically nothing going on of note. Thus, writers will reach for stories that probably wouldn’t make the cut […]

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Let’s Watch Chris Kreider Get Drenched With A Bucket Of Ice

The NHL offseason means a bunch of bored professional players do absurd and goofy things and a bunch of bored hockey writer post about them. Chris Kreider was summoned to complete something called the “Ice Bucket Challenge” in which he gets drenched with stupidly cold water and ice. Somehow, this is supposed to raise awareness […]

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Prospect Update: Anthony Duclair Scores Ridiculous Goal For Canada

It’s only early August, but signs of the upcoming hockey season’s arrival already exist. Countries are holding U20 summer camps in order to get in some early evaluations of players who could potentially suit up at the World Junior Championships in December, and the Rangers own the rights to a handful of prospects who have […]

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Rangers Re-Sign Zuccarello To One-Year Deal

The Rangers have re-signed restricted free agent Mats Zuccarello to a one-year deal, according to the New York Post’s Larry Brooks. Rangers and Zuccarello have reached agreement on one-year deal for $3.5M, will continue to work on long-term that cannot be signed until 1/1 — Larry Brooks (@NYP_Brooksie)

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Summer 2014 New York Rangers’ Prospect Rankings: 1-12

Today is the release of “Part Three” of my prospect rankings, with this being my opinion on the top-12 prospects within the organization. You can view players 36-25 here and players 24-13 here.   12 (N/A) Mat Bodie, Defenseman, 24 Years Old The highest-ranked newcomer to the prospect pool. Bodie was the captain of Union […]

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Summer 2014 New York Rangers’ Prospect Rankings: 13-24

This is “Part Two” of my ranking of the New York Rangers’ prospects. You can view “Part One,” which included players ranked 36th through 25th, via this link. Today is the release of players I’ve ranked 24th through 13th.   24 (16). Marek Hrivik, Winger, 22 Years Old He was underwhelming for majority of last […]

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Summer 2014 New York Rangers’ Prospect Rankings: 36-25

I published my version of the New York Rangers’ prospect rankings in early January, which you can view here. A lot has changed since then. The prospects have since played for four-to-six months, depending on their schedule, and thus all have developed (or failed to) in different ways over that time. Aside from that, the Rangers […]

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