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LeNeveu Garners Third Straight Shutout in Wolf Pack’s 2-0 Win Over Monarchs

Manchester, NH, April 4, 2014 – David LeNeveu set a Hartford Wolf Pack franchise record with his third straight shutout Friday night at Verizon Wireless Arena, making 37 saves in a 2-0 Wolf Pack win over the Manchester Monarchs. The victory lifted the Wolf Pack to the .500 mark, 31-31-1-6 for 69 points, for the first time since November 29.  LeNeveu had also shut out Bridgeport...
Via Sox and Dawgs
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Looking at the Rangers GVT/PVT leaders

Your GVT/PVT leader (AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) For those of you who have been here a while, you know that we like to go deeper into the #fancystats and analyze how the numbers complement what we see on the ice. Most of our analysis is focused on quality of competition, puck possession (Corsi/Fenwick), and zone starts. One stat that we are also fans of is GVT (Goals Versus Threshold...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
January 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Missiaen, Powe sent to Hartford; Talbot recalled

The Rangers have returned forward Darroll Powe and goaltender Jason Missiaen to the Hartford Wolfpack. Missaen served as Henrik Lundqvist’s backup in last night’s loss to New Jersey, and Powe was a -2 in 8:30 of ice time. Cam Talbot has been recalled to serve as Hank’s backup for the time being. Tweet
Via Blue Seat Blogs
October 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Early injuries take big names from NHL lineups

With power forward Rick Nash already sidelined with post-concussion syndrome and Carl Hagelin still recovering from postseason shoulder injury, the New York Rangers could scarcely afford to lose Ryan Callahan to a broken thumb.But they did. The feisty team captain suffered the injury blocking a shot during a 2-0 victory over the Capitals. He figures to miss the next three to four...
Via Fox - The Hockey Guy
October 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Cally out 3-4 weeks; Powe/Missiaen recalled, Talbot returned to AHL

The injury bug continues to haunt the Rangers, as the club has announced that Ryan Callahan is out 3-4 weeks with a broken thumb. This is certainly terrible news for a team that appeared to be finding its groove under AV. It is assumed Cally will be placed on LTIR. Darroll Powe has been recalled from Hartford to take Cally’s spot on the roster. Goaltender Jason Missiaen has also...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
October 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Around the Farm: Kristo with a goal in Whale shootout loss

The Hartford Wolfpack kicked off their 2013-2014 season tonight, losing in a shootout to the Norfolk Admirals. Danny Kristo and Darroll Powe had the goals for the Wolfpack, with Micheal Haley, Chris Kreider, Brandon Mashinter, and captain Aaron Johnson notching assists. It is worth noting that Johnson was the captain, with Haley and Powe serving as the alternates. They may not be...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
October 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Improved depth may be the most important change this year

Darroll Powe is one of many options the Rangers have in Hartford Though the Rangers certainly can’t replace core players like Ryan Callahan and Carl Hagelin flawlessly, the organization does have substantially more quality depth this year.  Whereas last season New York was forced to call-up the likes of Kris Newbury, Benn Ferriero and Brandon Segal when AHL reinforcements were...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Bickel, Mashinter, and Powe all clear waivers

Per Bob McKenzie, defensman Stu Bickel and forwards Darroll Powe and Brandon Mashinter all cleared waivers yesterday. The trio will be assigned to the Hartford Wolfpack of the AHL. All three were cut yesterday as part of the final round of cuts, but required waivers to be sent to the AHL. Tweet
Via Blue Seat Blogs
September 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Rangers announce final cuts

Jesper Fast and J.T. Miller made the roster, while Chris Kreider, Oscar Lindberg and Marek Hrivik were assigned to Hartford The Rangers announced their final roster cuts this morning, assigning Chris Kreider, Oscar Lindberg, Marek Hrivik, Darroll Powe, Brandon Mashinter, Stu Bickel and Conor Allen to the Hartford Wolfpack.  Powe, Mashinter and Bickel must all clear waivers. The...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
September 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Rangers release roster for tomorrow

Per Andrew Gross, the Rangers have released their roster for tomorrow night’s preseason game against Calgary: Forwards: Brandon Mashinter, Marek Hrivik, Taylor Pyatt, Chris Kreider, Darroll Powe, Brian Boyle, Brad Richards, Oscar Lindberg, Arron Asham, Rick Nash, Jesper Fast and Danny Kristo. Defensemen: Michael Del Zotto, Marc Staal, Justin Falk, Anton Stralman, Stu Bickel and...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
September 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Devils drop Rangers in preseason opener

(Phillip MacCallum/Getty Images) The Rangers were in Newark tonight, and lost the preseason opener 2-1 that showcased some solid goaltending and some decent prospect play. This was likely the only preseason action for some forwards, but others earned more preseason time to see what they can bring to the lineup on a regular basis. We aren’t going to go into full goal breakdowns...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
September 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Rangers roster for tomorrow’s game announced

After tonight’s loss to the Devils, AV revealed his roster for tomorrow, per Andrew Gross: Forwards: Andrew Yogan, Taylor Pyatt, Micheal Haley, Benoit Pouilot, Darroll Powe, Oscar Lindberg, Dominic Moore, Derick Brassard, Michael Kantor, Jesper Fast, Derek Dorsett, Mats Zuccarello Defense: Dylan McIlrath, Dan Girardi, Ryan McDonagh, Danny Syvret, Anton Stralman, Connor Allen Goalie...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
September 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Jan Levine: Offseason 20+ Questions: Brassard's Play In NY: True Reality or Fools Gold?

While we wait for training camp to open in September 12, not much is going on in Rangers land. Based on that, I wanted to get back to the 20+ offseason questions. As a reminder here is a link to the 20+ questions initially raised, I have explicitly covered questions 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12 and 14 previously. Implicitly, we covered 16. Is Darroll Powe brought back for depth...
Via HockeyBuzz
August 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Projecting the penalty killing forwards

Derek Dorsett, penalty killing machine (Image Credit: Getty Images) September is almost upon us, which means that we are getting closer and closer to hockey season. The Rangers didn’t make any major overhauls this offseason, so what you saw last year is pretty much the same team you will get this year. Some much-needed depth was added, which absolutely makes this team better, but...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
August 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Who will be the first injury call ups?

Think Miller is the first call up? Think again (Seth Wenig/AP) One thing that we can be sure about next season is that there will be injuries. If we learned anything from this postseason, it’s that you can never have enough depth, because you never know when the injuries will begin to mount. It was one area that Slats worked very diligently to address this offseason, and he did...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
August 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Despite high cap number, Rangers are not going over the ceiling

Don’t worry, there’s enough room to sign him (Photo credit: Christopher Pasatieri). When the Rangers re-signed Mats Zuccarello the other day, the attention rightfully shifted to Derek Stepan. Many went to Capgeek and saw that the Rangers had a shade over $2 million of cap space, and began to instantly panic. After all, if Stepan’s market value is the $3.75 million that Claude...
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August 05, 2013  |  Discuss

Stepan Signing Will Likely Leave Deserving Players Off Roster

After the Rangers re-signed Mats Zuccarello yesterday to a one-year, $1.15 million deal, it left them with just $2.18 million of cap space to re-sign Derek Stepan. While sending Arron Asham and Darroll Powe to Hartford would open up an additional $1.9 million of space, it will leave the Rangers with virtually no room to make another move and might keep young players who deserve...
Via NY Rangers Blog
July 31, 2013  |  Discuss

New signings add depth, but don’t necessarily mean trades are brewing

Don’t just assume trades are coming (AP Photo/Seth Wenig). When the Rangers made their depth moves on July 5, signing Benoit Pouliot (one-year, $1.3 million) and Dominic Moore (one-year, $1 million), many looked to the current RFAs and wondered if the Rangers had room for all of them. Capgeek currently has 12 forwards listed, which does not include the three RFAs, and does not...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
July 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Zuccarello Still Expects to Re-Sign With Rangers

Larry Brooks at the New York Post says that even with Ryan McDonagh signing a contract close to $5 million per year, Mats Zuccarello's agent still expects his client to be playing with the Rangers this fall... “As of now, our expectation is that we will re-sign with NY [rather than sign in Europe].” The Rangers have $6.55 million in cap space remaining. That number...
Via NY Rangers Blog
July 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Jan Levine: Asham and Powe Placed on Waivers, What Does It Mean?

First of all, happy and a safe 4th of July. The Rangers continued their string of minor moves on Thursday, placing Aaron Asham and Darroll Powe on waivers, hoping to clear $2 million in cap room prior to the official start of the silly season, known as NHL free agency Friday. Asham signed a two-year deal as a free agent last July. He was limited by injuries to 27 games, but...
Via HockeyBuzz
July 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Asham, Powe Placed on Waivers

Darrel Powe, Johan Hedberg, Aaron Asham, also on waivers — Ryan Rishaug (@TSNRyanRishaug) July 4, 2013 Today, the Rangers placed forwards Arron Asham and Darroll Powe on regular waivers (not unconditional waivers required for buyout.) Asham has 1 year and 1 million dollars left on his contract that he signed with the Rangers last July 1st. Powe, acquired in a midseason...
Via NY Rangers Blog
July 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Asham and Powe on Waivers

Aaron Asham and Darroll Powe’s time as New York Rangers’ may be over. Both bottom six forwards have been placed on regular waivers (not buyout waivers) and could be snapped up by other clubs or sent down to the AHL, eventually. These moves may be to clear cap space as the Rangers look to enter free agency with more cap room but regardless, both almost certainly signal that Alain...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
July 04, 2013  |  Discuss

30 Teams In 30 Days-New York Rangers

The Rangers looked like they were going to make a serious run at contending for a Stanley Cup until they ran into Boston in the Eastern semis. Henrik Lundqvist led the team from between the pipes but a lack of offense and a poor power play kept the Rangers from going deeper into the playoffs. Let’s take a look back at the Broadway Blueshirts. Team Name:New York Rangers Record...
Via Razzball Hockey
June 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Kreider Given Maintenance Day; McD on Power Play; Same Line-up Likely

Hank Winnick/Newsday Andrew Gross at the Bergen Record reports that Chris Kreider was given a maintenance day from the team's optional practice today. ...reward for the game winner? lol Meanwhile, Pat Leonard at the Daily News says that Ryane Clowe, Brad Richards, Darroll Powe and Marc Staal all skated with the taxi squad players before the optional. Anton Stralman...
Via NY Rangers Blog
May 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Stralman Likely Out for Game 4; Kreider Doesn't Practice; Clowe, Powe & Staal Skate

Anton Stralman did not participate in the Rangers optional practice a day after being forced to leave Game 3 due to a crushing hit he received along the boards from Milan Lucic. Andrew Gross at the Bergen Record adds that it's not likely that he'll play in Game 4 and that Matt Gilroy or Roman Hamrlik are the likely replacements. No word if Marc Staal, who skated again...
Via NY Rangers Blog
May 22, 2013  |  Discuss

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