Found September 03, 2012 on NY Rangers Blog:
Lately, The New York Rangers Blog has been reporting about young Rangers prospects participating alongside NHL players in camps this offseason to take their games to the next level. Chris Kreider on the other hand has decided to stick with the weight room...Earlier this summer video surfaced of Kreider doing don't get as fast as Kreider is by sitting on the couch all off season. Assuming Kreider is doing more than enough on-ice workouts as well, but it's great seeing a young guy strengthening himself in the gym in an effort to keep up physically with the men in the NHL.Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at

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