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RUMOR MILL

Tuesday - October 25th

Either Josh Jooris (New York Daily News) or Dylan McIlrath are likely to find themselves on waivers when Pavel Buchnevich returns from back spasms.

The team is expected to cut the roster down to 22 players, and as such one of the two will need to be either moved or sent down.

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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

Grant Ledyard - 1961
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John Moore - 1990

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PHIL BOURQUE
(1992-1994)
  Born: Jun 8 - 1962  
  Pos: Left Wing  
  GP: 71  
  G: 6  
  A: 15  
  Pts: 21  
  PIMs: 47  
 
 ► 2013 TRAINING CAMP
 CAMP ANALYSIS  
CAMP INFORMATION

Location
Greenburgh, NY
September 11th - 15th


PRESEASON RESULTS
1 - 2
3 - 2
1 - 4
3 - 5
0 - 5
1 - 4

ROSTER
Remaining: 30+1
Maximum Roster: 24

CALENDAR
September
11  Training Camp
16  Pre-Season Opener
25  Game vs. Canucks
27  Final Preseason Game
30  Rosters Finalized

PROJECTED
CAMP ROSTER
FORWARDS
Arron Asham
J. T. Barnett
Ryan Bourque
Brian Boyle
Derrick Brassard
Taylor Burke
Ryan Callahan
Derek Dorsett
Anthony Duclair
Jesper Fast
Josh Graves
Carl Hagelin
Micheal Haley
Marek Hrivik
Kyle Jean
Michael Kantor
Chris Kreider
Danny Kristo
Oscar Lindberg
Brandon Mashinter
J.T. Miller
Dominic Moore
Rick Nash
Josh Nicholls
Shawn O'Donnell
Benoit Pouliot
Darroll Powe
Taylor Pyatt
Brad Richards
Thomas Spelling
Michael St Croix
Derek Stepan
Dyson Stevenson
Peter Trainor
Jason Wilson
Klarc Wilson
Andrew Yogan
Mats Zuccarello
DEFENSE
Connor Allen
Stu Bickel
Michael Del Zotto
Charlie Dodero
Troy Donnay
Justin Falk
Ben Fanelli
Dan Girardi
Ryan Graves
Tommy Hughes
Aaron Johnson
Ryan McDonagh
Dylan McIlrath
John Moore
Brendon Nash
Samuel Noreau
Jimmy Oligny
Marc Staal
Anton Stralman
Danny Syvret
GOALTENDERS
Martin Biron
Johan Hedberg
Henrik Lundqvist
Jeff Malcolm
Jason Missiaen
Mackenzie Skapski
Scott Stajcer
Cam Talbot
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 Projected Forwards - First Line
Chris Kreider Derek Stepan Rick Nash
With a new coach in town, it's really hard to figure who the Rangers might field as a first line.  Rick Nash seems a likely go-to guy on the right wing, with Derek Stepan - assuming he signs of course - looks set to be the #1 center.  As for the third spot, that appears less certain.

Chris Kreider appears to be the guy with the most offensive potential, but a disappointing rookie season makes him anything but a certainly.  Carl Hagelin is almost certainly set to miss games as he recovers from off-season shoulder surgery, although may end up there after he returns.

Benoit Pouliot could earn a chance if he can build some chemistry, while Taylor Pyatt and Derek Dorsett look almost certain to be further down the depth chart.  Whether they might put Danny Kristo or Oscar Lindberg on the line remains to be seen, the Rangers are certainly high on him, but they do seem to be short of left wingers, and someone might have to play out of position.
 Projected Forwards - Second Line
Mats Zuccarello Brad Richards Danny Kristo
The loss of Ryan Callahan and Carl Hagelin to injury to start the season, also throws the second line into some chaos.  With the retention of Brad Richards, it would seem likely he'll get the first chance to play second line minutes, although Derrick Brassard could easily move in front of him, as he did during the playoffs.

Mats Zuccarello had a good playoffs, and seems the most likely to earn a spot on the wing, while Pouliot - or Kreider - appear to be the most likely left wing candidates.  If Kristo does impress - and we think he will - it could be the 2nd line where he really gets his chance. 

The Rangers might also consider putting J.T. Miller on the wing, after he struggled in the center position.  Miller has been surprisingly absent from the informal skates, which perhaps isn't a good sign.  Oscar Lindberg would also be someone who might contend, but is likely going to get a better chance on the third line.

 Projected Forwards - Third Line
Benoit Pouliot Derrick Brassard Brian Boyle
Our projection of Danny Kristo on the second line, means Benoit Pouliot and Taylor Pyatt are battling out with Brian Boyle for the third line spot.  Throw in Oscar Lindberg -if they do indeed consider him on the wing - and you've got some pressure on the third line positions. 

Jesper Fast could also get a look with a big camp, though appears to be a longer shot at this stage.  Ultimately it looks as if Pouliot and Boyle will win out, meaning Pyatt goes to the fourth line and Lindberg to the AHL. 
 Projected Forwards - Fourth Line
Taylor Pyatt Dominic Moore Derek Dorsett
Down on the fourth line, returnee Dominic Moore looks set to center Dorsett and another wing, who we're projecting to be Taylor Pyatt.  Pyatt played last year mostly on the third line, and will get a chance there again, but will be under pressure from free agent signee Benoit Pouliot.

Last year fourth line duo of Arron Asham and Darroll Powe look likely to be reassigned to save Cap Space, though that's not a certainty yet.
 Projected Forwards: Reserves
Carl Hagelin Michael Haley Ryan Callahan
Carl Hagelin and Ryan Callahan are set to start the season on injured reserve, whilst Darroll Powe will likely be placed on waivers and reassigned to Hartford if unclaimed.  Michael Haley looks a reasonable bet if the Rangers decide to keep an extra forward, although Brandon Mashinter could also get the call.

Hartford:
Arron Asham
Ryan Bourque
Jesper Fast
Marek Hrivik
Kyle Jean
Oscar Lindberg
Brandon Mashinter
Josh Nicholls
Darroll Powe
Thomas Spelling
Michael St Croix
Andrew Yogan

Greenville:
Jason Wilson

CHL:
Anthony Duclair
 Projected Defense - 1st Pair
Ryan McDonagh Dan Girardi
It looks a good bet that Ryan McDonagh and Dan Girardi will open up the season again as the top defensive pair.  Girardi will be sporting a visor for the first time, following Staal's eye injury last year.
 Projected Defense - 2nd Pair
Marc Staal Michael Del Zotto
Marc Staal and Michael Del Zotto appear to have the edge on the second pair spot for now, but are likely to see pressure from both John Moore and Anton Stralman.  Staal is in an uncertain state following last year's eye injury, while Del Zotto continues to struggle on the defensive side.
 Projected Defense - 3rd Pair
John Moore Anton Stralman
Rounding out the Rangers defense will be John Moore and Anton Stralman.  To be honest, the only way the top six defenseman are likely to change right now, will be if there's an injury.
 Projected Defense - Reserves
Aaron Johnson Justin Falk
It would not surprise to see the Rangers keep one or even two defenders up with the team, especially for the long road trip to start the year.  Both Aaron Johnson and Justin Falk were acquired to provide depth to the blueline, and they'll likely get the call ahead of fellow acuqisition Danny Syvret.

Hartford:
Connor Allen
Stu Bickel
Tommy Hughes
Dylan McIlrath
Danny Syvret

Greenville:
Charlie Dodero
Samuel Noreau

CHL:
Ryan Graves
 Projected Goaltending
Henrik Lundqvist Martin Biron
Once again, no real surprise in net, as the duo of Henrik Lundqvist and Martin Biron will open up for their third straight season.

Hartford:
Cam Talbot
Jason Missiaen

Greenville:
Jeff Malcolm
Scott Stajcer

CHL:
Mackenzie Skapski
 
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