Found October 15, 2013 on Blue Seat Blogs:
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In the worst kept secret of the 2013-2014 season so far, the Rangers have officially called up goalie Cam Talbot and forward J.T. Miller (per the AHL Transaction Log). This was originally revealed by Melissa of Black & Blueshirts, as she attended a Hartford Wolfpack meet and greet in which only Talbot and Miller were absent. The moves were expected, although some may find it interesting that the Rangers only called up one forward. It looks like they will roll 11 forwards and 7 defensemen for the time being. A pair of roster spots opened when the Rangers waived Martin Biron and Arron Asham yesterday. Tweet
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