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The Rangers prospects took the ice for the first of four games this afternoon in Traverse City, losing to the baby ‘Canes 4-3. The baby Blueshirts scored twice on the powerplay (Josh Nicholls, Oscar Lindberg) and once at even strength (team captain Andrew Yogan). Assists were registered by Jimmy Oligny, Danny Kristo, Jesper Fast, and Michael St. Croix.
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Oscar Lindberg notched a hat trick this afternoon, increasing his goal total to four as the Rangers fell to the Sabres in overtime by a score of 6-5. Danny Kristo added a goal and two assists as well, increasing his line to 1-3-4 in two games. The 5-3-8 line between Kristo and Lindberg is more goals and points than everyone else on the baby Blueshirts roster combined.
Per Steve Zipay, the forward lines for the Traverse City tournament are below:
Danny Kristo, Oscar Lindberg, Jesper Fast
Kyle Jean, Michael St. Croix, Thomas Spelling
Josh Nicholls, Andrew Yogan, Anthony Duclair
Klarc Wilson, Michael Kantor, Paxton Leroux
That top line is not going to be fun for the opposition to play against. It’s truly a shame that these won’t be televised...
The Rangers prospects need more seasoning
Oscar Lindberg and Danny Kristo are clearly ready for more demanding challenges. With four goals in two games, Lindberg has continued his offensive production from Sweden and at this stage is well beyond the average prospect considering his experience in the SEL. Kristo too – being older, physically ready and with a senior world championship...
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A goaltender actually worth his salary: The King
Corey Crawford got $6m per year long term? I think it’s clear at this stage that Henrik Lundqvist is going to get a serious pay rise. Some goaltenders are products of great teams (Crawford, a good but not great goalie may be exhibit A here) and some are great goaltenders who make teams better – a la Lundqvist. Unless he signs a...
No one, not even the most optimistic Ranger fan, would argue that Henrik Lundqvist isn’t and hasn’t been the Blue Shirts most important player since he made his Manhattan debut back in 2005. He is arguably the best player in the league at what is considered by many to be the most important position in […]
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As the offseason wears on, us and Matt Josephs of Blue Line Station (Twitter: 11Matt_Josephs8) will be running a tournament for the Best Ranger since the 2005 lockout. Today’s matchup is #2 Martin Straka vs #3 Marian Gaborik, with the winner taking on #1 Ryan Callahan in the John Tortorella bracket finals.
Martin Straka (acquired – 2005 unrestricted free agent)
Many laughed when...
If you are ready for some live hockey then the New York Ranger prospects will be taking the ice at the annual Traverse City Prospect Tournament starting on Thursday when the Baby Rangers will take on the Carolina Baby Hurricanes starting at 3:30 EDT. Wish I could tell you that there would be some live coverage of the event but that sadly will not be the case.
As the offseason wears on, us and Matt Josephs of Blue Line Station (Twitter: 11Matt_Josephs8) will be running a tournament for the Best Ranger since the 2005 lockout. Today’s matchup is #2 Dan Girardi vs. #6 Petr Prucha and his myriad of rabid fans. The winner will face #1 Jaromir Jagr in the finals of the Glen Sather Bracket.
Dan Girardi (acquired – 2006 undrafted free agent...