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Elliot Friedmman of Sportsnet, reports that the Avalanche weren't willing to include the 16th overall pick to the Rangers in exchange for Chris Kreider.

Wonder who else wasn't willing to include a first rounder for him. Part of the problem of course is his UFA status next year, and then the expansion draft after that.

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How many rostered players were on the ice for opening night 2016-17


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  Born: Jul 8 - 1971  
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  A: 3  
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Rangers Youth Movement Year 4?
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ - June 24, 2008

Rangers management has a week to figure out which way the team will go. The "Youth Movement", that Maloney, Davidson, and Rosen did a show on during the strike, is exciting and it seems the "Garden Faithful" are enjoying it by selling out our home games in less than an hour last year.

The Youth Movement has brought in players such as "King Henrick", Staal, Girardi, Tyutin, Dubinsky, Callahan, Dawes(RFA), Prucha, Orr,and Hollweg. Mix in the experience and skills of Gomez,Drury,and Betts and you have a solid group already in place for next season. Management must decide soon to either add our own free agents or go for the rumored Redden, Campbell, Hossa, and/or Sundin. Any combination of the existing roster and free agents/organizational call-ups should make the Rangers a strong contender for not only the divisional title but a top 3 in the Eastern Conference.

I have enjoyed the Rangers Youth Movement more than the average fan as I have seen 2 Ranger #1 draft picks, Hugh Jessiman (2003) and Bobby Sanguinetti(2006), play before they were of draft age. I first saw Hugh Jessiman play against my son at the Princeton Day School Tournament when he played for Brunswick Prep. and then when he played for Dartmouth against Princeton University. At both levels he was a "man amongst boys". Seeing how he controlled the games I totally understood what scouts saw.

The ankle injury that he suffered seems to have derailed his NHL hopes,but reports say that GM Sather wants to sign him and give him another shot while Hugh has already stated that he wants to remain in the Rangers system. If Hugh can regain his confidence and skating skills, I predict he will become a Mike Rupp type player. He can put that big body in front of the opposing teams net, to screen the goalie and to also bang along the boards. That is a far cry from what was expected of him when drafted, but he can still be a productive player for the Rangers. Good Luck Hugh.

As for Bobby Sanguinetti I had the pleasure of seeing him play for his youth team the NJ Rockets (where his name still hangs on a banner in their home rink)and at Lawrenceville Prep School. Whenever he was on the ice he was the player to watch and always seemed to make the right play. Once Bobby adds a few more pounds, we will see him on the Rangers Blueline helping our Powerplay and leading rushes up ice.

I hope this year we add at least 2 more young players. As it seems Avery won't be resigned, Dane Byers (22 years old) would be a perfect fit for his role of antagonist with more size (6'3") and similar numbers. Greg Moore (24) and Lauri Korpikoski (22 on July 28) would add offensive help while Corey Potter (24) seems to have the "Stay at Home" defenseman talent that the Rangers need.

The Ranger Youth along with our vets, and future Free Agent signings/ promotions from within, this season will be action packed. The division will see many changes as Pittsburgh will lose at least 2 key players to Free agency, Philly Dmen are still slow, Isles need more help at forward at this point, and NJ "FATSO" is showing his age during the playoffs and not being able to play in the All-Star game or for his country becuase he was "TOO TIRED" (But he got his personal award--selfish and THANK YOU).

It may only be June, but the season is made in the next couple of weeks. LET'S GO RANGERS

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