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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.

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

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Gene Carr - 1951
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PASCAL DUPUIS
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  Born: Apr 7 - 1979  
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OTG Notebook: April 21
Posted by Toby Ivey ≡ - April 21, 2008

Will tonight be the night that the Rangers find out their Semifinal opponent? It very well could be...



The Bruins head up to Montreal to play game seven of that series. Boston has won three of the last four games and has a chance to knock off the 31 seeded Canadiens.



Down in Philadelphia, the Flyers have their second shot at eliminating the Capitals. If they can't, then the Rangers will have to wait another day for Tuesday's Game 7.



Jaromir Jagr is already considering a match-up with his former club the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Penguins look to be the team to beat in the East at the moment, with their goaltending no longer a weakness.



No matter who the opponent is, Tom Renney doesn't want to see a repeat of the first half of the third period of game five against the Devils. The Rangers sat back and stopped forechecking, something he wants to change for the next round.



Brandon Dubinsky and Marc Staal aren't sweating mistakes that allowed the Devils back into Game 5. Dubinsky saw a puck deflect in off him for a goal and then took a penalty that lead to a five on three (Staal took the other penalty) resulting in another goal for the Devils.



Ryan Callahan hasn't made any glaring errors in just his second playoffs. In fact Callahan's goal in Game 2 and his forechecking were important contributions.



When was the last time you saw a Ranger related article in The New Yorker? Well Sean Avery was enough of a story to grace the veteran magazine's pages apparently.



The additions of Scott Gomez and Chris Drury last Summer paid dividends in the first round. Gomez finished second on the team with seven points, while Chris Drury scored goals in Game 4 and Game 5.



The Wolf Pack find themselves in a big hole heading back to Hartford. A 4-3 loss to Portland mean that the Wolf Pack are now only one game away from elimination.



Ryan Hillier didn't play in Game 2 for the Moosehead (another loss), but did skate in the pregame warm-ups with what was described as a "lower body injury".


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