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The New York Rangers development camp begins on Monday and runs through this Friday. Here’s who is set to attend.
Forwards: Andy Bathgate, Luke Esposito, Jesper Fast, Ben Foster, Dane Fox, Barclay Goodrow, Marek Hrivik, Kyle Jean, Tomas Klima, Oscar Lindberg, Shane McColgan, JT Miller, Boo Nieves, Alex Rauter, Michael St. Croix, Christian Thomas, Andrew Yogan.
Defensemen: Calle Anderson, Myles Bell, Peter Ceresnak, Brandon Devlin, Igor Glovko, Kyle Hope, Dylan McIlrath, Brady Skjei, Nikita Zaytsev.
Goalies: Troy Groesnick, Gabe Grunwald, Jason Missiaen, and Scott Stajcer
Source : NY Rangers Website
BEST OF MAXIM
During Day Two of the draft yesterday, Brandon Prust tweeted that he appears to be parting ways with the Rangers organization, and will sign elsewhere on July 1:
I wish management wanted me back as much as the fans.. Thanks for the love everyone
Per Larry Brooks, the disagreement between Prust and Rangers brass is about $400,000 annually:
The 28-year-old winger, who is coming off...
The New York Rangers will be holding their annual prospect development camp beginning today and on through Friday, in which a large group of the organization's prospects attend to be analyzed by the coaching staff and management.
Below is the 2012 roster for the camp....
Forwards: Andy Bathgate, Luke Esposito, Jesper Fast, Ben Foster, Dane Fox, Barclay Goodrow, Marek Hrivik...
This past year the Rangers took another step towards their goal of challenging for the Cup with a core built upon homegrown talent. Some of those core players continued their development and showed us all the great promise of what’s to come, while others left us wanting a little more.
Despite a few media reports saying otherwise, we probably won’t see any major roster upheaval...
Over the weekend, New York Post mentioned that New York Rangers’ general manager Glen Sather said that the team is unlikely to re-sign forward Brandon Prust.
Sather said the following about Prust:
“I don’t think we’re going to get that one done,” said Sather during the first round of the NHL Draft on Friday. “I like him, the team likes him, everybody likes him ... but...
Whether you’re thrilled with the selections of Brady Skjei, Cristoval Nieves, Calle Andersson and Thomas Spelling or not, draft weekend 2012 has to be considered a tremendous success.
GM Glen Sather stuck to his firm declaration following the season: “we don’t trade kids.”
Sather has taken runs at acquiring Rick Nash, Bobby Ryan and Jordan Staal over the last week. Though...
Jess Rubenstein of The Prospect Park was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to give us his thoughts on how the New York Rangers did at the 2012 NHL Entry Draft.
PH: With their first pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, the Blueshirts took defenseman Brady Skjei. Tell us what you know about him and if you think this was a good pick or not?
JR: Good skater and is a product...
The New York Rangers selected center Cristoval Nieves in the second round of the NHL draft on Saturday.
The 6-foot-3, 184-pound Nieves, taken 59th overall, split time last year with Kent prep school in Connecticut and Indiana of the United States Hockey League. He finished with eight goals and 36 assists in 33 combined games for the two teams.
The Rangers picked Swedish defenseman...
Impending free agent Brandon Prust is likely in his final days as a Ranger, general manager Glen Sather said before the first round of the NHL Draft.
"I don't think we're going to get that one done," according to the GM, whose club selected defenseman Brady Skjei from the USA Under-18 Development Team with the 28th overall pick in the draft. "I like him, the...
It should come as no surprise that the Rangers again dipped into the ever-improving talent pool of American-born prospects to make their first-round selection. With the 28th pick in the draft, Gordie Clark announced the selection of defenseman Brady Skjei, a Minnesota native out of the U.S. National Team Development Program, from which the Blueshirts selected J.T. Miller a year...
from Larry Brooks of the NY Post, Impending free agent Brandon Prust is likely in his final days as a Ranger, general manager Glen Sather told The Post last night before the first round of the Entry Draft.
“I don’t think we’re going to get that one done,” said the GM, whose club selected defenseman Brady Skjei from the USA-Under 18 Development Team with the 28th overall...