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St. Croix among 14 cut from Wolfpack camp

The Hartford Wolfpack have cut 14 players from AHL camp. They have assigned four players to the ECHL’s Greenville Road Warriors (these are guys that are signed to ELC’s by the Rangers), they loaned another four to Greenville (AHL contracts, sent to ECHL), released another three from  tryouts (and joining Greenville), and outright released another three. From the press release...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
September 30, 2013  |  Discuss

Hartford Wolfpack announce training camp roster

The Hartford Wolfpack have announced their training camp roster, with camp set to begin tomorrow (on-ice on Friday). There are currently 30 players (18 forwards, 9 defensemen, 3 goalies) in camp for the Pack, but that number will change as players get cut by the Rangers and cut by the Pack. The training camp roster as of today: Forwards: Sean Ambrosie, Scott Arnold, J.T. Barnett...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
September 18, 2013  |  Discuss

First cuts made, 14 reassigned to Hartford or Juniors

As expected, the Rangers made their first cuts after today’s scrimmage. The cuts were all players that did not partake in the intra-squad game. Generally speaking, the first round of cuts is usually CHL players bound for Juniors anyway, and AHL players that likely just didn’t make the cut during camp this year. Those that were reassigned to their respective Juniors teams: Forwards...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
September 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Ryan Graves (QMJHL) Friday night hockey and neither of the 2 New York Ranger prospects saw action for their respective teams. So instead I have a couple of articles to link to that talk about each prospect. First Ryan Graves (2013 4th) is looking for more minutes for the Charlottetown Islanders in a feature right here. Graves says all the right things but it is still nice to...
Via The Prospect Park
August 17, 2013  |  Discuss

The Viking Ship are back

Baie-Comeau Drakkar The 2013-2014 CHL season got underway with a game in the QMJHL featuring the Baie-Comeau Drakkar taking on the Chicoutimi Sagueneens. The Drakkar are the team of New York Ranger prospect Samuel Noreau (2011 5th) and is the case the prospects if they have junior eligibility remaining are supposed to at least report (unless the NHL teams asks the junior team)....
Via The Prospect Park
August 16, 2013  |  Discuss

How does it happen?

Jordan Boyd (Acadie-Bathurst Titan) These are the stories that none of us like to read or write as hockey once again loses a young player leaving the rest of us to try to figure out how it happens. While there never is a "good time" for something like this to happen, it is a very sad way to begin the 2013-2014 prospect hockey season. If you had not heard then here is...
Via The Prospect Park
August 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Rangers announce 2013 Prospect Development Camp roster

Just prior to the start of the draft, the Rangers announced their roster for the 2013 Prospect Development Camp, which will begin tomorrow and run through Friday at the MSG Training Center. Draft picks today will likely participate in the camp, as well as: Forwards: J.T. Barnett, Patrick Brown, Luke Esposito, Steven Fogarty, Alex Gogolev, Marek Hrivik, Kyle Jean, Michael Kantor,...
Via Blue Seat Blogs
June 30, 2013  |  Discuss

The Annual Why Grading Prospects Makes No Sense

In many ways this is the more frustrating time of the year when it comes to New York Ranger prospects as everyone and their mother comes out with some sort of grading system to try to rank the Ranger prospects. And every year at this time I wind up explaining how silly it is to try to grade prospects. It is silly because in all reality the only person who you can ever grade a prospect...
Via The Prospect Park
June 10, 2013  |  Discuss

Press Release: Rangers Agree To Terms with Samuel Noreau

New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with defenseman Samuel Noreau. Noreau, 20, skated in 66 games with Baie-Comeau of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) last season, registering seven goals and 25 assists for a total of 32 points, along with 64 [...]
Via Ranger Nation
May 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Rangers Sign Noreau; Not So Much McColgan & Ceresnak

The #NYR have agreed to terms with defenseman Samuel Noreau, the team's 5th round pick in the 2011 NHL Draft — New York Rangers (@NYRangers) May 31, 2013 Noreau had 5g, 12a and was a +1 in 58 games this past season for Baie-Comeau Drakkar. He was pointless in 18 postseason games. ...the 6' 5" Noreau obviously has some size and has grown into a pretty decent...
Via NY Rangers Blog
May 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Staying Alive

Michael St. Croix (Canadian Press via Buzzing the Net) Here's the part where doing what I do here is sometimes hard to explain to people because it is not about getting quotes or even talking to the prospects but watching the things they do in certain situations. Look if a prospect isn't a big game player here in the juniors then odds are he won't be as a Ranger. ...
Via The Prospect Park
May 11, 2013  |  Discuss

Three the wrong way

(Lucasfilms LTD) Wednesday night was a very good night for the New York Rangers and a very bad night for the 3 New York Ranger prospects playing in their league finals. Three prospects playing, three prospects on the losing end of the score and now all three's team's are on the wrong side of a 3-1 series lead. The Portland Winterhawks were called the "Evil Empire...
Via The Prospect Park
May 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Win 1 lose 1

(Baie-Comeau Drakkar) A Tuesday evening with a couple of teams sending out messages in their respective game 3's for the New York Ranger prospects. The question remains to be seen if the messages were received and how so will the teams in question respond. Samuel Noreau (NYR 2011 5th) and his Baie-Comeau Drakkar returned home in need of a win to avoid falling behind to the...
Via The Prospect Park
May 08, 2013  |  Discuss

This was fun

(CHL.ca) OK I won't deny it, I love the "game after something happened" in large part because you don't know what will happen as was the case on Friday night for the New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects. One thing was for sure and that was the paying customer got their money's worth (well depending on which team you were rooting for). In Baie...
Via The Prospect Park
April 27, 2013  |  Discuss

The Wild Wild Wednesday

Michael St. Croix (Edmonton Oil Kings) It was a very wild Wednesday evening of prospect hockey as New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects went a bit crazy as we have a little of everything for everybody. The biggest game was out west as the prospect I like to call "The Predator" was so good Wednesday that Michael St. Croix was named the "Buzzing the Net"...
Via The Prospect Park
April 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Troubling Tuesday

(CHL.ca) Tuesday prospect hockey was an ugly affair with 3 games involving 3 New York Ranger and 1 New York Islander prospects. Only one team was able to escape with a victory on Tuesday evening but they too tried to give away their game. Going to go coast to coast because nobody did anything to be worthy of a star. The QMJHL semifinal series between Samuel Noreau's ...
Via The Prospect Park
April 24, 2013  |  Discuss

This was easy

Mitchell Theoret (OHL Images) A quiet Saturday evening with one New York Ranger and one New York Islander prospect in action. Both saw their teams earn victories as they contributed in their own ways. First it was Mitchell Theoret (NYI 2011 7th) and his Barrie Colts earning a 5-0 win over the Belleville Bulls to tie their OHL Eastern Conference Finals at 1-1. Theoret scored...
Via The Prospect Park
April 21, 2013  |  Discuss

An almost perfect night

(CHL.CA) The Canadian junior's 3rd round saw 5 games played on Friday night with 4 games involving New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects. It almost was a perfect evening as teams with the prospects wound up going 3-1 and for the most part competitive games. In Edmonton, the Edmonton Oil Kings turned a 1-0 lead into a 6-0 spanking of the Calgary Hitmen in game 2...
Via The Prospect Park
April 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Setting the stage

(CHL) The Plymouth Whalers of the OHL knocked off the Owen Sound Attack on Sunday eliminating them from the OHL playoffs and setting the stage for the next playoff round that the remaining New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects to face. It is ironic that it was the Whalers because had the Rangers had not kept J.T. Miller this season then we would be talking about him playing...
Via The Prospect Park
April 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Good News Bad News

Samuel Noreau (Baie-Comeau Drakkar) Monday was one of those "we have some good news, we have some bad news" from the prospects in the 2 games that were played by New York Ranger prospects. The New York Islander prospects can't say anything since none of their prospects were in action on Monday. The good news came from Baie-Comeau Drakkar defenseman Samuel Noreau...
Via The Prospect Park
April 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Win 1 lose 1

Just 3 games for the Ranger and Islander prospects on Saturday due in part to the OHL priority selection draft. Only 2 of the games involved playoffs as we had a split result for those taking part. In Portland, Brenden Kichton (NYI 2011 5th) and his Spokane Chiefs were shut out by the Portland Winterhawks 3-0 in game 2 of their series. The story of this one was basically Portland...
Via The Prospect Park
April 07, 2013  |  Discuss

An almost perfect night

Mitchell Theoret (OHL Images) Friday saw the return of playoff hockey for the New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects as all but one prospect saw his team earn a win. It was a night for the home teams as in 11 games combined throughout the Canadian juniors the home team won 10 out of 11 games on the evening. Somebody forgot to tell Mitchell Theoret (NYI 2011 7th) that...
Via The Prospect Park
April 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Moving on or moving out

Mitchell Theoret (OHL Images) Wednesday was a day of sweeps for the New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects as we had some solid performances but sadly an embarrassing one too. Still seeing a young man rise to the occasion with a 4 point performance is a "feel good" moment to enjoy. How many ways to like first star of the game Mitchell Theoret's (NYI 2011...
Via The Prospect Park
March 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Yikes what a mess

Michael St. Croix (Edmonton Oil Kings) Friday night was a crazy night with upsets in both the WHL playoffs and the NCAA conference tournaments and the New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects were in the middle of it. There are going to be a lot of people scratching their heads trying to explain what happened. First Star Michael St. Croix Edmonton Oil Kings The Edmonton...
Via The Prospect Park
March 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Four rounds to glory

The Memorial Cup Thursday marks the beginning of the Canadian junior's playoff season or as the Medicine Hat Tigers call it "Four Rounds To Glory" as New York Ranger and New York Islander prospects begin a quest to earn a spot in the 2013 Memorial Cup. Two Ranger prospects Josh Nicholls (2013 UFA) and Shane McColgan (2011 5th) have already qualified as their Saskatoon...
Via The Prospect Park
March 21, 2013  |  Discuss

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