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  T  2009 TRAINING CAMP
 
 POSITIONAL ANALYSIS  
CAMP INFORMATION

Location
Greenburgh, NY
 
 
CALENDAR
Sep 6-10
Traverse City Tournament
Sep 12
Players report to camp
Sep 15-27
Preseason games
Oct 2
Season opener
Oct 3
Home Opener
 
PRESEASON RESULTS
1 - 2
2 - 3
3 - 4
5 - 2
4 - 2
3 - 2
3 - 4
 
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 Training Camp  
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2015 2007
2014 2006
2013 2005
2012 2004
2011 2003
2010 2002
2009  
   
 Traverse City  
2016 2010
2015 2009
2014 2008
2013 2007
2011 2006
   
 Prospect Camp  
2017 2011
2016 2010
2015 2009
2014 2008
2013 2007
2012 2006
 
Camp Roster
Current Roster: 22
Cuts Remaining: 0
CENTER
Artem Anisimov  
Tyler Arnason Sent to AHL - 9/17 
Daniel Bartek Sent to AHL - 9/17
Brian Boyle  
Ryan Bourque Sent to QMJHL - 9/17 
Paul Crowder Sent to AHL - 9/20
Chris Drury  
Brandon Dubinsky  
Brodie Dupont Sent to AHL - 9/17
Roman Horak Sent to WHL - 9/17
Corey Locke Sent to AHL - 9/17
Matt Maccarone Sent to AHL - 9/17
Vaclav Prospal  
Ethan Werek Sent to OHL - 9/17
LEFT WING
Sean Avery  
Donald Brashear  
Dane Byers Sent to AHL - 9/17
Devin DiDiomete Sent to AHL - 9/17
Evgeny Grachev Sent to AHL - 9/27
Chris Higgins  
Dan Lacouture Sent to AHL - 9/17
Jordan Owens Sent to AHL - 9/17
P.A. Parenteau Sent to AHL - 9/22
Patrick Rissmiller Sent to AHL - 9/17
Justin Soryal Sent to AHL - 9/17
Aaron Voros  
RIGHT WING
Andres Ambuhl Sent to AHL - 9/17
Ryan Callahan  
Marian Gaborik  
Ales Kotalik  
Enver Lisin  
Dale Weise Sent to AHL - 9/17
DEFENSE
Michael Del Zotto  
Matt Gilroy  
Dan Girardi  
Trevor Glass Sent to AHL - 9/17
Ilkka Heikkinen Sent to AHL - 9/20
Brian Henley Sent to AHL - 9/17
Sam Klassen Sent to AHL - 9/17
Tomas Kundratek Sent to WHL - 9/17
Corey Potter Sent to AHL - 9/20
Wade Redden  
Michal Rozsival  
Bobby Sanguinetti Sent to AHL - 9/24
Mike Sauer Sent to WHL - 9/17 
Alexei Semenov  
Marc Staal  
David Urquhart Sent to AHL - 9/17
Nigel Williams Sent to AHL - 9/17
GOALTENDER
Chad Johnson Sent to AHL - 9/20
Henrik Lundqvist  
Scott Stajcer Sent to OHL - 9/17
Stephen Valiquette  
Miika Wiikman Sent to AHL - 9/17 
Matt Zaba Sent to AHL - 9/20
 CENTER
LOCKS: Chris Drury, Brandon Dubinsky, Vaclav Prospal
BUBBLE: Artem Anisimov, Tyler Arnason, Brian Boyle, Corey Locke
MINORS: Daniel Bartek, Ryan Bourque (QMJHL), Paul Crowder (ECHL/AHL), Brodie Dupont (AHL), Roman Horak, Matt Maccarone, Ethan Werek (OHL)
 
Notes:

Chris Drury seems a certain, but with Brandon Dubinsky and the Rangers unable to come to terms, it's anyone's guess who else might feature at center ice come opening night.  The Rangers have a number of options, and could go with a variety of line combinations.

Vaclav Prospal can play either center or wing and if the Rangers can't figure out something with Dubinsky, then they'll certainly consider him there.  Artem Anisimov is coming off a strong AHL season and has impressed many including head coach John Tortorella, and could potentially get a shot at the third line spot.  Fourth line duties could come down to a battle between Brian Boyle and Tyler Arnason, with Boyle a bit of an unproven commodity and Arnason on a downward trend since leaving the Blackhawks several seasons ago.

Corey Locke would appear unlikely to get much of a look and be destined for Hartford, but he'll get a chance to show the coach what he can do.  Joining him in Hartford will be Paul Crowder and Brodie Dupont, while 2009 draftees Ryan Bourque and Roman Horak will head to juniors.

Daniel Bartek earned himself an invite with some good play in the Traverse City tournament, and he and Matt Maccarone will be playing for AHL contracts.
 
 LEFT WING
LOCKS: Sean Avery, Donald Brashear, Christopher Higgins
BUBBLE: Dane Byers, Evgeny Grachev, Dan Lacouture, Patrick Rissmiller, Aaron Voros
MINORS: Devin DiDiomete (ECHL/AHL), P.A. Parenteau (AHL)
 
Notes:

In terms of those considered locks for the off-wing, Sean Avery, Chris Higgins and Donald Brashear appear to be certainties. Who they'll play with is yet to be determined, but Brashear will likely be on the fourth line.  The Rangers could also slot Prospal in on the left if they elect to go with Anisimov at the center spot.  Grachev has a shot with a good camp also, but is likely to head to Hartford first.

Aaron Voros and Patrick Rissmiller are candidates for 13th forward if the Rangers elect to carry extra early in the season, though both would have to clear waiver to go to Hartford. Byers will likely only get a shot if there are injuries on the fourth line after missing a good deal of time last season to injury..

Don't expect DiDiomete to get much of a look, and Parenteau might earn a late cut, but is almost certainly destined for Hartford too.
 
 RIGHT WING
LOCKS: Ryan Callahan, Marian Gaborik, Ales Kotalik
BUBBLE: Andres Ambuhl, Enver Lisin
MINORS: Jordan Owens (AHL), Justin Soryal (AHL), Dale Weise (AHL)
 
Notes:

The right wing has a reasonable amount of depth for the Rangers, with four players who've scored 20+ goals in an NHL season before and an AHL roster that, while not impressive, contains plenty of options.  The key to sorting out the depth will likely be the decision on who plays left and who plays right.

Marian Gaborik is the clear favorite to play on the top line, but after that the situation becomes less clear.  Ales Kotalik and Enver Lisin could both play left wing, and perhaps will end up doing so if the Rangers decide to try and build a scoring line.  Ryan Callahan will slot into either second or third line and the fourth line spot will possibly be up for grabs, but likely to go to one of the centers or left wingers who'll get reassigned to the right.

Dale Weise earned himself some extra camp time last year, and could well stick around a little longer again this year, but with all those in front of him, it seems unlikely he'll stick.  Andres Ambuhl might get a look, but would have to have an outstanding camp to make the roster.

None of the rest of the roster appears likely to make the team out of camp, but with six players, one or two may find themselves assigned to Charlotte or risk sitting on the bench early in the year.
 
 DEFENSE
LOCKS: Dan Girardi, Wade Redden, Michael Rozsival, Marc Staal
BUBBLE: Michael Del Zotto, Matt Gilroy, Ilkka Heikkinen, Corey Potter, Bobby Sanguinetti, Michael Sauer, Alexei Semenov
MINORS: Trevor Glass (AHL), Brian Henley (ECHL/AHL), Sam Klassen (ECHL/AHL), David Urquhart (AHL), Nigel Williams (AHL)
 
Notes:

If you're looking for a rookie to make the Rangers' roster out of camp, it's likely going to be on defense.  The team has several players who will compete for the two vacant spots behind the front four of Dan Girardi, Wade Redden, Michal Rozsival and Marc Staal.

Corey Potter and Michael Sauer possible have an inside track on one of those spots, if the Rangers elect to go with a more steady defender, while Matt Gilroy, Michael Del Zotto and Bobby Sanguinetti will likely battle for the other spot.  At this stage it looks as if Gilroy might have the inside track, Del Zotto would have to make the team or spend a final year in the OHL.  Sanguinetti looks a longer shot, but with a strong camp he could make a play for that final position.

Down in Hartford the competition is likely to be fierce and even guys like Illkka Heikkinen and Nigel Williams might find themselves late cuts at camp.  David Urquhart (signed to an AHL contract) will return to Hartford, while other newcomers, including Tomas Kundratek, will battle for depth spots.

6-7 Brian Henley earned an AHL contract a couple of weeks ago and will play in the minors.
 
 GOALTENDING
LOCKS: Henrik Lundqvist, Stephen Valiquette
BUBBLE: None
MINORS: Chad Johnson (AHL/ECHL), Scott Stajcer (OHL), Miika Wiikman (AHL/ECHL), Matt Zaba (AHL/ECHL)
 
Notes:

If there's one position in camp that looks set already, it's goaltender.  The Rangers will likely not make any changes to that which finished last season.  Henrik Lundqvist will resume the starting role in New York, backed up once again by Stephen Valiquette.

There's likely to be a modest battle for the two spots in Hartford, though Matt Zaba and Miika Wiikman look likely to once again share duties there.  Chad Johnson has an outside chance of jumping over either of them, but will likely have to prove himself in the pro game first down in Charlotte.  Scott Stajcer will return to the OHL.
 
 
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September 29th, 2017

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

Answer...
  STANDINGS
  Team GP W L OT Pts  
  Lightning 46 31 12 3 65  
  Bruins 45 27 10 8 62  
  Capitals 48 28 15 5 61  
  Maple Leafs 48 26 17 5 57  
  Devils 45 24 13 8 56  
  Blue Jackets 47 26 18 3 55  
  Flyers 47 23 16 8 54  
  Rangers 47 24 18 5 53  
  Penguins 49 25 21 3 53  
  Islanders 48 24 20 4 52  
  Hurricanes 47 21 18 8 50  
  Panthers 45 19 20 6 44  
  Canadiens 47 19 22 6 44  
  Red Wings 45 18 20 7 43  
  Senators 44 15 20 9 39  
  Sabres 46 11 26 9 31  
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JULIAN KLYMKIW
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  Born: Jul 16 - 1933  
  Pos: Goaltender  
  GP: 1  
  Rec: 0-0-0  
  SO: 0  
  GAA: 6.32  
  Sv%: -  

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