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Rangers looking to win on Two levels
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 6:51:36 PM - May 9, 2012

While the NHL New York Rangers are looking to close out the series with the Washington Capitals tonight, the Rangers minor league team the Connecticut Whale are looking to take a 3-2 series lead in their second round tonight also. The Rangers organization has finally become a team that has depth and that everyone throughout the organization knows the system and can step in when called upon. In the past, the Rangers would have traded for key players and given up prospects to do so, but now the Rangers just dip into their prospect pool whenever needed.

On this Rangers squad there have been 12 players that have come through the AHL under the coaching of Ken Gernander, Jim Shoenfeld, and J.J. Daigneault, and Pat Boller among others. The players on the NHL roster that learned from their time in Hartford are Captain Ryan Callahan,Michael Del Zotto,Carl Hagelin,Artem Anisimov,Brandon Dubinsky, Ryan McDonagh, Dan Girardi, Stu Bickel, Marc Staal, Michael Sauer, Mats Zuccarello, veteran John Mitchell. That doesn't include players that have played under these coaches at rookie camps and Traverse City that went straight to the NHL in Derek Stepan and Chris Kreider. Henrik Lundqvist went straight to the NHL from Sweden. That is 15 players of impact that have come from withing the system. Then add in players that never played a full NHL season until becoming a Ranger in the likes of Brian Boyle and Brandon Prust along with Anton Stralman seeing his first ever NHL playoffs this season, and there are alot of players that are REAL RANGERS. Add in Stanley Cup Veterans Brad Richards, Ruslan Fedetenko,and Mike Rupp and also sniper Marian Gaborik, this is a very formidable team. Rangers are now 1 win away from playing in the Playoffs Eastern Conference Championship Round after winning the regular season Eastern Conference Championship.

For the Connecticut Whale, the prospects are getting a great experience and there will be many players ready to challenge for spots as soon as next season. Hartford Wolfpack/Connecticut Whale are playing very well at the right point of the season. They knocked off the New York Islanders young guns and are now all tied up with the very veteran Tampa Bay Lightning AHL squad. Just like in the prospects tournamnent in Traverse City, the Rangers Squad was very strong but lost to a veteran squad from the Buffalo Sabres. The difference is that in these AHL playoffs, the Rangers have done it with many prospects that played at lower levels than the AHL this season. The Rangers have signed many prospects to ATO tryouts. It gives the Rangers organization time to see how they have progressed in their talents and if they are ready for the next step of turning pro. Players that have signed an ATO to date have been Christian Thomas, Andrew Yogan, Shane McColgan, J.T. Miller, Dylan McIlrath and new to the system Marek Hrivik and Steve Moses who came to the oraganization as undrafted players (just like Dan Girardi did). The last two have clearly earned contracts in at least the AHL next season. Add to that the experience players like Tim Erixon, J.A. Marchessault(Earned an NHL contract),Kelsey Tessier, Ryan Bourque, and the rest are getting, and the Rangers organization is having a year to remember.

LET'S GO RANGERS!!!!!!!




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