PAVEL BUCHNEVICH NEWS

Buchnevich, Graves Had A Decent Weekend

With all our eyes on the NHL All Star festivities, I wanted to pass along some highlights from over the weekend. Last time we heard from Pavel Buchnevich a month and a half ago, he was traded from his hometown Severstal team to the bright lights with SKA in Saint Petersburg, Russia. There hasn’t been a whole lot to pass along, because well, he’s been healthy scratched or rode...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Will Pavel Buchnevich’s development impact the Rangers deadline approach?

There are a whole load of questions (and moving parts) when it comes to how the Rangers approach the trade deadline in February. One player who could have an indirect impact is top prospect Pavel Buchnevich. The Rangers top forward prospect has developed incredibly well over the past two seasons in the KHL. Buchnevich quickly […] The post Will Pavel Buchnevich’s development impact...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Buchnevich among top NHL prospects

Corey Pronman, one of the best in evaluating prospects, released his updated top-50 prospects, and Pavel Buchnevich sits at #7 on the list, up seven spots from last year. Buchnevich was taken by the Rangers in the third round of the 2013 draft, and has put together a marvelous age-19 season in the KHL. His […] The post Buchnevich among top NHL prospects appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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24 days ago  |  Discuss

NYR With 3 Prospects At WJC’s Starting Today

The U-20 World Junior Championships begin today over in Helsinki, Finland and the Rangers have 3 prospects going this year. Goalies Adam Huska (7th- 2015) who will be in a time share for Team Slovakia and Brandon Halverson (2nd-2014) should be the starter in the tournament for the Americans as they take on Team Canada first later today at 1 pm. Huska playing in the USHL playing for...
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December 26, 2015  |  Discuss

Buchnevich Traded

#Severstal traded Pavel Buchnevich to #SKA of the #KHL #NYRangers — Igor Eronko (@IgorEronko) December 20, 2015 SKA features several former NHL’ers including Ilya Kovalchuk, Slava Voynov and former NYR Sergei Zubov as head coach. SKA as defending Gagarin Cup champions could be looking at another deep run this spring. As far as any move by Buchnevich to New York will likely...
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December 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Four Thoughts: 11/17

1. Trying to make sense of the Rangers hot start which has understandably generated conversations in the analytics community as to whether what the Rangers are doing is “sustainable.” What Corsi/Fenwick doesn’t measure is goaltending, which in my opinion, causes the Rangers to become the control group currently in the grand experiment of advanced statistics. My argument for...
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November 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Buchnevich Solid in 4-2 Loss

NYR Blog reader Medvyed004, had the opportunity to check out Pavel Buchnevich when the Severstal Cherepovets flew to Croatia to take on Medvescak Zagreb. Here’s his report from the game: Yesterday I was at the game against Severstal where Pavel Buchnevich plays so I will try to write my observations and thoughts for you fellow Rangers fans about our prospect.  Medvescak won...
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November 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Buchnevich Saves The Day For Severstal

Another big game for Ranger prospect Pavel Buchnevich yesterday, as he scored the tying goal in the second period, as well as the game winner in the shootout. Buchnevich is 7-12-19 through 26 games this season.
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November 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Baby Rangers Finish 1-3 At Traverse City; Buchnevich Leads Severstal To Win

The Rangers dropped a 5-2 decision to the Blackhawks prospects on Tuesday afternoon completing the Traverse City tournament in 8th (last) place. Keegan Iverson and Adam Tambellini scored for the Rangers as they watched a 1-0 first period lead vanish to the tune of 3 Blackhawk goals in a 2:41 span in the second period. Brady Skjei was reportedly held out of this one for precautionary...
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September 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Prospect Update: 9/15

Yesterday afternoon, the baby Rangers were victorious against the Columbus Blue Jackets prospects in a 4-0 win. Ranger draftees Adam Tambellini and Calle Andersson had a goal and an assist each while UFA signing Petr Zamorsky and invitee Hayden Hodgson each had a goal apiece. Watch all 4 goals from today’s #NYR win over CBJ in Traverse. #NYRTCT (Tambellini, Zamorsky, Andersson...
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September 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Four Thoughts: 9/11

1. It’s hard to fathom that 14 years have now passed since 2001. We will never forget what happened on that day and we’ll always continue to honor the victims as well as the actions of those who saved lives in the World Trade Center and Flight 93. 2. The unofficial start to the Rangers season begins today as the Traverse City Tournament gets underway, with the Rangers and Wild...
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September 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Updates on Rangers prospects overseas

The NHL season is finally only a few weeks away, and with Traverse City starting in a few days we will be getting substantial hockey news sooner rather than later. While pretty much all of the prospects playing in North America will be taking place in Traverse City, Pavel Buchnevich, Igor Shesterkin (Shestyorkin), Robin Kovacs, Aleksi […]
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September 10, 2015  |  Discuss

KHL Change Could Mean Tough Times For Russian NYR Prospects

Expanding a bit from my thoughts yesterday on Pavel Buchnevich, a potential change in the KHL’s leadership group could mean that any Russian players that wanted to come to North America could face tough challenges if the proposed changes were to go through. Again, from what I know, the expected move is Chernyshenko gets kicked upstairs to Minister of Sport, Fetisov takes over...
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September 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Four Thoughts: 9/2

1. Am I the only one that is becoming a tad bit nervous about the possibility of Rangers top offensive prospect Pavel Buchnevich opting to stay in Russia for the forseeable future? What’s turned from ‘likely 2015′ to ‘almost definitely 2016′ to now what he says “only time will tell,” according to a recent interview out of Russia. It also seems like his grasp of the...
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September 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Pronman: Buchnevich #14 prospect; Rangers #29 prospect system

Per Corey Pronman (please note that while he writes for ESPN, Pronman is one of the best in the business at ranking prospects, and ESPN’s Insider hockey writers are top notch), Pavel Buchnevich is the #14 ranked skater prospect heading into this season. Buchnevich is clearly the Rangers’ top prospect, and he should come to […]
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August 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Buchnevich Staying In Russia… For Now

Pavel Buchnevich to @GazetaBOsport: ‘It’s too hard to make the #NYRangers roster now, so I decided to develop in the #KHL for one more year’ — Igor Eronko (@IgorEronko) June 19, 2015 While this news is somewhat disappointing I can’t say I’m in the least bit surprised, given Buchnevich will want to stay in NY and not bounce around in Hartford waiting to be given a...
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June 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Brooks: Pavel Buchnevich stays in Russia

Per Larry Brooks, highly touted winger Pavel Buchnevich has signed a one-year contract extension to stay in the KHL for next season. Many fans were counting on Buchnevich not only coming over to North America, but competing for an NHL roster spot next year. With Anthony Duclair gone, Buchnevich is the highest rated prospect in Read more → The post Brooks: Pavel Buchnevich stays...
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May 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Open Thread 4/3: Four Thoughts

1) One additional thing I noticed during last night’s game… how Scott Arniel deploys the power play. Earlier this season, the Rangers used a 1-3-1 strategy inside the offensive zone. I think the Rangers got away from this method somewhat because the Rangers are chock full of left handed shots and it left the Rangers vulnerable defensively. In fact, Stepan is currently the only...
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April 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Midseason Grades: The Offense Part 2

Kevin Hayes: (40 GP; 5G, 10A, 15 PTS) Surprising rookie has stepped right in and hasn’t looked out of place. Probably better suited long term on the wing rather than center. Inevitable “rookie wall” is likely coming due to longer, more condensed schedule in the pro game as compared to the NCAA. Grade: B Carl Hagelin: (43 GP: 8G, 8A, 16 PTS) For the speed and skating prowess...
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January 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Duclair, Buchnevich in top-15 of ESPN’s Top-50 Prospects

ESPN runs their top prospects lists a few times per year, and this time around they rectified something that was perceived as a slap in the face to Ranger fans. The rankings –written by Corey Pronman, who is one of the best prospect evaluators around, so no lazy ESPN comments please– ranked Pavel Buchnevich at Read more → The post Duclair, Buchnevich in top-15 of ESPN’s Top...
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January 16, 2015  |  Discuss

2015 World Juniors: Canada, Duclair win gold

Anthony Duclair and Canada defeated Igor Shesterkin, Pavel Buchnevich, and Russia last night by a score of 5-4 to take gold at the 2015 World Junior Championship. Duclair scored Canada’s first goal of the game on Shesterkin 23 seconds into the game. Shesterkin faced two more shots, allowing another goal, before being pulled. Buchnevich recorded Read more → The post 2015 World...
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January 06, 2015  |  Discuss

WJC Roundup: Duclair Wins Gold, Back to QMJHL

Team Canada defeated Team Russia in the 2015 WJC Gold Medal Game by score of 5-4. Pavel Buchnevich had an assist and finished the WJC with a goal and 5 assists. Igor Shesterkin was chased from the Russian net just 2:32 into the first period after allowing two Canadian goals, one by Anthony Duclair just 23 seconds in and Nick Paul. Confirmé par Philippe Boucher – Anthony Duclair...
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January 06, 2015  |  Discuss

2015 World Juniors: Canada faces Russia in finals

Three Rangers prospects will square off gold at the 2015 World Junior Championships, as Anthony Duclair and Canada will take on Igor Shesterkin, Pavel Buchnevich, and Russia. Canada defeated Slovakia 5-1 in the semifinals, with Duclair notching a goal and an assist. Shesterkin stopped 26 of Sweden’s 27 shots in Russia’s 4-1 victory. Buchnevich was Read more → The post 2015...
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January 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Open Thread 1/5: NYR Prospects At Center of WJC Final

The inevitable has arrived. Tonight, Anthony Duclair and Team Canada will go for gold and Pavel Buchnevich, Igor Shesterkin and Team Russia. Yesterday, Duclair had a goal and an assist in Canada’s 5-1 win over Slovakia. Duclair’s very crafty goal actually came from below the goal-line, banking the puck into the net off Slovakian goalie Denis Godla’s pad as you can see in this...
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January 05, 2015  |  Discuss

2015 World Juniors: Buchnevich/Shesterkin send USA home

Igor Shesterkin continued his sensational 2015 World Juniors tournament yesterday, stopping 39 of 41 shots as Russia sent Brandon Halverson and Team USA home in the quarterfinals. Pavel Buchnevich notched an assist in the first period of the win. Halverson did not play in the contest. Anthony Duclair and Canada destroyed Denmark in their game, sending Read more → The post 2015...
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January 03, 2015  |  Discuss
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