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ANTHONY DUCLAIR RUMORS

Open Thread 12/12- Duclair, 2016 Winter Classic

At this morning’s skate with the Team Canada junior team, the Rangers 19 year old rookie forward Anthony Duclair skated on a line with Sam Reinhart (2014 1st- BUF) and Max Domi (2013 1st- ARI) per Stephane Leroux. Duclair a propos des @quebec_remparts “as tu eu l’assurance de retourner a NY après le CMHJ? / Moi je ne pose pas de question je joue” #RDS — Stephane Leroux...
Via NY Rangers Blog
6 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Rangers Loan Anthony Duclair to Team Canada

The New York Rangers announced on Tuesday that forward Anthony Duclair would be loaned to the Team Canada Junior Team for the upcoming World Junior tournament. This won’t be the first time Duclair has worn the maple leaf in an international competition. Duclair, who was selected by the Rangers in the 3rd round (80th overall) 2013 NHL Entry Draft, represented Quebec in the 2011...
Via The Hockey House
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Rangers loan Anthony Duclair to World Juniors

Per Steve Zipay, the New York Rangers have loaned winger Anthony Duclair to Team Canada for the upcoming World Junior Championships. This was expected, as Duclair had been a healthy scratch for a few games in a row now, and it looked like he had lost his spot in the top-nine. Duclair will be with […] The post Rangers loan Anthony Duclair to World Juniors appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
Via Blue Seat Blogs
9 days ago  |  Discuss

AV: NYR Contemplating Duclair’s WJC Status

Yesterday, Team Canada released its tryout roster for the World Junior Championships coincidentally on the same day that Anthony Duclair was a healthy scratch for the 6th game this season. Unlike if the Rangers were to send Duclair back to the Quebec Remparts, the Rangers can allow Duclair to play for his country during the WJC’s, which runs from December 26th to January 5th and...
Via NY Rangers Blog
16 days ago  |  Discuss

BREAKING NEWS: Anthony Duclair Only Owns One Shirt

Let’s get this out of the way. I’m not one for conspiracy theories. However, something strange is going on in terms of Anthony Duclair’s wardrobe. Above is a picture of him from last night with The Broadway Hat and the puck from his first NHL goal. Good for him.   That’s all besides the point, though, because there is something bigger developing here. Notice the shirt Duclair...
Via NY Rangers Blog
October 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Logjam at wing may spell end of Duclair (temporarily)

Anthony Duclair was a healthy scratch as the Rangers beat the Sharks 4-0 yesterday. When the initial news broke, there was some serious outrage over scratching Duke, some of it was rational and warranted, most was irrational. The Duke has three assists on the season, but has yet to put one in the net. That […] The post Logjam at wing may spell end of Duclair (temporarily) appeared...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
October 20, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Rangers keys to the season

It’s an exciting day for the New York Rangers as the opening day roster is just about finalized, with 19-year-old Anthony Duclair making the team, along with J.T. Miller and Jesper Fast. It appears Kevin Hayes has also earned a spot on the team, but he is currently dealing with a shoulder injury so it remains to be seen how he will be dealt with. The regular season is just three...
Via isportsweb.com
October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Friedman: Rangers trying to move a contract

Per Elliotte Friedman, the Rangers are trying to dump a contract via trade to make room for Anthony Duclair, should he make the club out of camp. Duclair is playing incredibly well, and the Rangers have nothing to lose by keeping him around as long as he earns it (his ELC clock starts this year […] The post Friedman: Rangers trying to move a contract appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
Via Blue Seat Blogs
October 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Rangers Must Make Roster Move To Keep Duclair in NHL Longer Than Ten Games; No Penalty If Demoted Afterwards

According to the NHL’s CBA, a junior-aged player with a contract can play up to nine NHL games as a trial period. If he is returned to his junior team before the tenth game, he will not burn a year of his three-year entry level contract. Once the player appears in his tenth NHL game, his contract kicks in. He can still be returned to his junior club after that, but a full contract...
Via NY Rangers Blog
September 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Anthony Duclair doesn’t disappoint in Rangers debut

So Anthony Duclair is winning the Calder this year, right? Okay, let’s not get too carried away. But Duclair did not miss a beat in his NHL pre-season debut against a largely intact Blackhawks squad. His goal aside (what a filthy saucer by Nash), he was consistently involved in the play and showed the speed continue reading...
Via Save By Richter
September 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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