One concern many Rangers have had the last few season regarding organizational depth is the dearth of top level goaltending prospects.
Henrik Lundqvist isn't getting any younger, so the process of grooming The King's heir apparent needs to start and needs to start now.
While Cam Talbot, Scott Stajcer and Jason Missiaen have had their moments and 2013 6th round pick in Mackenzie Skapski has some upside, I don't really see any of them as the answer.
However, the Rangers made a move yesterday that may have just answered our prayers as they signed goaltender Jeff Malcolm from Yale University.
The 6-2, 185-pound four-year Yale player finished his college career this spring by backstopping the Elis to their first-ever “Frozen Four” title in school history. Malcolm posted a 36-save shutout in the Frozen Four Championship Game, in which Yale defeated in-state rival Quinnipiac, 4-0. That performance, plus a 16-save outing in a 3-2 overtime victory over U. Mass.-Lowell in ...