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Chris Peters at the United States of Hockey feels Rangers prospects J.T. Miller (2011 - 1st) and Steven Fogarty (2011 - 3rd) have great chances of making the cut during U.S. National Junior Evaluation Camp which starts this morning in Lake Placid...On Miller, who played on last year's squad which failed to qualify for the medal round for the first time since 1999..."Miller will have to show the way in camp and should be counted on to be both productive and physical. Returnees are almost never kept home from the tournament and I would not expect Miller to be an exception."On Fogarty..."He has a big body at 6-2, 194. By most accounts, his development took a big step forward after moving on from Minnesota high school where his size allowed him to dominate. Fogarty can play well at both ends of the ice and if his two-way game from the BCHL translates to the jump in competition at the Junior camp, he could find himself in the conversation in December."For more on ...
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Rangers prospect Steven Fogarty (2011 - 3rd) scored the game winner as Blue defeated White 4-3 during a scrimmage on the Day 2 of Team USA National Junior Evaluation Camp at Lake Placid.Steve Fogarty uncorks a heavy wrister from between the dots to give Blue a 4-3 lead. 1:26 left in 2nd.— Kris Baker (@SabresProspects) August 5, 2012
J.T. Miller (2011 - 1st) tallied his second...
Day 2 of the USA Hockey's Summer Evaluation Camp saw 2 New York Ranger prospects do what Ranger fans hope to see when they are wearing Broadway Blue.
Steven Fogarty (2011 3rd) scored what proved to be the game winning goal and J.T. Miller (2011 1st) showed off some nice passing skills as Team Blue defeated Team White 4-3.
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Forgive me if I sound a bit giddy but my off-season is over as 3 New York Ranger, 1 New York Islander and 2 personal favorite prospects begin their quest to earn spots on the 2013 Team USA Under-20 squad. This is the beginning of the process that will help determine which players will represent the USA at the 2013 World Under-20 championships.
Yesterday, the NJEC for USA began up in Lake Placid, NY to determine the roster for USA in the 2013 IIHF World Junior Championship that starts December 26, 2012 (assuming the world doesn't end on December 21 if you believe such things).The Rangers have three representitives in camp as J.T. Miller, Brady Skjei and Steven Fogarty are all vying to make the cut. Team USA had their...