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Wednesday - June 26th

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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September 29th, 2017

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

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  BIRTHDAYS

Benoit Gosselin - 1957
Fedor Tyutin - 1983

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MARC DUFOUR
(1963-1965)
  Born: Sep 11 - 1941  
  Pos: Right Wing  
  GP: 12  
  G: 1  
  A: 0  
  Pts: 1  
  PIMs: 2  
 
Sather better hang up the phone when it rings from teams looning for this player.

Rangers Showing Their Future Now
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 10:15:11 PM - November 1, 2010

The Rangers for the past decade have been very fragile. When an injury occured, a hole needed to be filled from outside the organization. The last couple of drafts and players from within the organization have made this years version of the Rangers fun to watch so far this season. Missing their Captain, their top goalscorer, and another top 6 forward has given the Rangers youth the opportunity to play bigger roles and players such as Stepan, Grachev, and Sauer have been added to the mix with Callahan,Dubinsky,Anisimov,Staal, Delzotto,Girardi,and Girloy anchored by THE KING between the pipes.

The #1 line of Callahan, Anisimov, and Dubinsky have been outstanding and their time to star is now. Tonights game against the defending Stanley Cup champs was a 3-2 win with all three of them getting a star in the game. Scoring, shot blocking, power play, and penalty kill; they can do it all. The Rangers fans, as tough as we may be, also let them know how much the effort is appreciated. There is a buzz at the Garden this year. On a regular basis, you can hear the crowd giving loud applause after a shift where the players on the ice have givin their all by diving for a puck, hitting everything they see, or just flat out overall hustle and blocking a shot.

On defense, Staal and Girardi have been incredible and we can all see that they are deserving of their pay increases. Rozsival(hope I don't jinx it) has been playing a solid game. Delzotto is still growing his game and is clearly a top 4 dman on this team. Eminger was annointed the #5 spot today by the coach with Gilroy and Sauer splitting the job of the #6 dman which helps both stay healthy and strong. In the past Sauer has become injury prone near the end of the season in the AHL and Gilroy got tired near the end of his rookie season.

The King seems to back on track and refocused. He started off alittle slow but that may have had something to do with the different size of his pads and equipment(new NHL rules amde goalies make adjustments to their equipment).

Looking at when the players come off of injured reserve, they will add Gaborik, Drury, and Prospal(who might be done for the year) and probably send down/ trade White and Grachev(ahl). I do have 1 question though, where the hell is Frolov? Is he waiting for Gaborik to show up to start playing? Zuccarella is NOT on his way back overseas but actually getting ready to adjust to the smaller rink, he will get a look and it will be better than a trade because we gain a proven scorer on a national level, Rangers don't lose anyone, and probably send down one of the kids who will be tired by then and need a break; most likely Stepan who also played college last year and might suffer from the same situation Gilroy did last year. With the strength of this organizations depth, we can afford to bring these kids along without forcing them into a bad situation like years past.







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