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After the New York Rangers were shockingly elimin…. The New York Rangers are set to face off with the…. There is plenty of room in Hartford for youth. I appreciate that someone is streaming the Traverse City games but cmon folks eight NHL teams and Fox Sports can chip in enough money for better production. An announcer to at least tell you goals, penalties and time remaining would not hurt either. One more thing can someone send Traverse City a copy of the Rangers goal song, please?
There was some preseason hockey for us on Friday evening with three Ranger prospects seeing action. Sorry, there is not much in terms of game reports as, like the players, the on-ice officials are also in their own training camp. Defenseman Nico Gross the Rangers fourth-round pick made his season debut for the Oshawa Generals who were visiting the Mississauga Steelheads. The Generals would earn a win as Gross was scoreless. Defenseman Joey Keane who the Rangers selected with the 88th pick in the draft third round was also scoreless. His Barrie Colts scored once in the first period and that goal was all the scoring for the game.
The Colts edged the Niagara IceDogs in the exhibition opener for both teams. Keane was scoreless with no shots but took a high-sticking minor in the last minute of the second period. Most of you are aware that the Rangers have released their Traverse City roster. A roster of 24 players that is interesting in so many different ways.
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I have mixed feelings about the roster as there is both good and bad about this roster. It is not a bad roster even if many of the top prospects are not a part of the roster. Even better is that 10 prospects have played at Traverse City before giving the Rangers a better chance in this tournament. Neither has anything to gain by appearing in this tournament other than risking injury. If the Rangers have questions about whether these two are NHL ready then find out in training camp. It is high risk, low reward for both prospects and the Rangers had best pray no free agent looking to make an impression tries running them.
The prospect with the most on the line could be goalie Chris Nell as he has to have a good camp. Nell is in his contract year and is coming off a weak first year.
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There are three goalies ahead of him on the depth chart so a poor camp and Nell becomes an ECHL burial. Five centers, six left wings, and just three right wings will make whoever is running the lines out there a rather hard job. Wish I had some good news on if the tournament will be televised but only the St. Louis Blues have announced streaming but they play in the opposite division from the Rangers. But one last thing, the Rangers could take a lesson from the Detroit Red Wings who open their training camp practices to the public they do charge 10 for standing and 20 for reserved seating.
If a player is expected to earn his raises then tell me what Hayes has done wrong not to be paid at least the same as Skjei? Yet the team has reportedly been trying to move Hayes and wanting top value in return. Not to mention it is not like this roster has many 25 goal scorers on it either. Why not try harder to keep Hayes? Reportedly the idea is to try Lias Andersson at the center spot which also makes little sense. If I am Hayes I would not sign any deal with the Rangers, take them to arbitration.
Given Hayes going and the other factors, it will be hard for him to lose in arbitration. Force the team into the position of having to accept the award or let him walk as a free agent. Should the Rangers say they will keep Hayes then Hayes should announce to the world his intention is to become a free agent next July 1st. The moment that Hayes signs any one year contract with the Rangers then the clock starts on when the Rangers trade him. And what kind of trade value will Hayes have?
I could understand the Rangers mindset if Hayes was a year-old but sorry not at I have more faith in Hayes improving than I do Mika Zibanejad and Zibanejad has four more years on his contract. Plus the word says that Mats Zuccarello plans to go home after this season. I also question whether it is a good idea to pair Skjei with Kevin Shattenkirk.
Put Shattenkirk with newly signed Fredrik Claesson who does think defense first. Of course, these are just the idle thoughts since nobody knows what really is happening with the Rangers. Yet at the same time, I am so disappointed in the mindset of some fans. For fans wanting a rebuild, many appear to lack patience. For what a future draft pick while that team improves itself?
Help that team become a Stanley Cup contender while you are taking their problems? Do you realize that by the time the Rangers are trying to contend that team will remain a contender? Only they will be standing in the way of the Rangers? Just because you have cap space means you have to use it. Why tie up cap space for a couple of years when you can leave the room open for a move that actually helps you improve the franchise?. See it is more than the dollars spent, it is also about how many contracts you have open to use.
Toss in that Kreider is bilingual speaking Russian and it helps bridge a gap with the Russian players on the team. Kreider has shown all the earmarks of being a leader so adding the role of captain should not affect his overall play. Being captain is not about a popularity contest, it is about who is best to lead the team. And no Henrik Lundqvist does not need a letter to be a leader on the team, he leads with his play. Maybe Nils Lundkvist and Olf Lindbom come over to play junior hockey? Why in the world would the Rangers keep Lindy Ruff on their coaching staff? Keeping him rather than allow Quinn to bring in his own staff makes little sense.
Yes, the Rangers did make a couple of moves, the first was a move that might pay bigger benefits down the road. If this move helps the Rangers wind up with Erik Karlsson then, by all means, this would be a very nice move. Claesson is just 25 and despite being a lefthanded shot, can also play the right side.
Have to disagree that this signing means that the Rangers will now trade Ryan Spooner as others are suggesting. Spooner was in his 20 games after joining the Rangers. Yes, the Rangers still need some grit but moving one of the guys who was scoring during the worst of times makes no sense. I would also add defenseman Brendan Smith and forward Matt Beleskey. Remember the Rangers do not have to be at the cap limit until they announce the season opening roster.
But for once it is nice to see the Rangers not using the first day of free agency to set the roster as they have in days past. It was in draft management where I have the biggest complaints with the Rangers. The bigger issue in the first round was giving Ottawa the 48th pick just to move up four spots. Other than Noah Dobson, the drafting trend for defensemen was for guys 6 ft and under. The Rangers overpaid for that four pick jump as they could have given a third-round pick like St Louis paid to Toronto for the 29th pick. I am not going to nitpick over every pick the Rangers made but I will direct you to someone who is known as an objective draft analyst.
Here is what he said about the Rangers efforts:. This was supposed to be the draft to set the Rangers up for Stanley Cup contention, much like what former GMs Craig Patrick and Neil Smith did in the mid to late s. Swedish puck rusher Nils Lundkvist 28th stood out against adult competition and has the potential to be their true power play quarterback of the future. Like Miller, the remaining four defenders taken — Jacob Ragnarsson 70th , Joey Keane 88th , Nico Gross st and Simon Kjellberg rd — all lack game-breaking abilities and the potential to be stars in this league.
Wingers Lauri Pajuniemi and Riley Hughes th capped off a Rangers draft that began with hope and promise but crashed with a loud thud.
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I will disagree with Kourniannos about Miller because someone does need to play defense. But really it is hard to disagree with him on the state of this draft. The Rangers needed to be like the Yankees with this draft but instead wound up like the Mets. The Rangers have 36 prospects attending their annual camp which is a nice number to have. Are they there for window dressing to make it look like there is more talent than there is?