What to expect with the Rangers opening training camp

The Rangers begin training camp today with a group of 30 forwards, 20 defensemen and 6 goalies. That includes unsigned RFA Tony DeAngelo as well as forwards Michael Haley, Connor Brickley and defensemen Mason Geertsen and Joe Morrow that are on pro tryouts. The players are undergoing medical testing today and are slated to begin on-ice testing on Friday. The Rangers have players broken into three groups and each group…

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The Rangers roster for training camp

The Rangers have announced the following players will take part in training camp, beginning on Thursday: Forward (30 Players): Lias Andersson, Connor Brickley*, Pavel Buchnevich, Filip Chytil, Phillip Di Giuseppe, Jake Elmer, Jesper Fast, Steven Fogarty, Gabriel Fontaine, Tim Gettinger, Ryan Gropp, Michael Haley*, Brett Howden, Nick Jones, Kaapo Kakko, Vitali Kravtsov, Chris Kreider, Dawson Leedahl, Brendan Lemieux, Vinni Lettieri, Greg McKegg, Ville Meskanen, Vlad Namestnikov, Patrick Newell, Boo Nieves,…

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Henrik Lundqvist on his love of NY, the rebuild and more

Henrik Lundqvist spoke with Jeff Marek and Elliotte Freidman at Sportsnet and said: On who has impressed him so far in the informal skates, “we got the second overall pick this summer in Kakko and he is looking good. He’s big, strong, has good hands. I don’t want to put too much pressure on him this early but he looks like he is well prepared and I’m interested to see…

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What Jacob Trouba said about this coming season

Jacob Trouba joined Fox 5 this morning and said: On his reaction to being traded to the Rangers, “I was kind of shocked, I was cooking dinner when I got the call and we didn’t really believe it at first and it didn’t really set in all summer and when we got here, it’s kind of real now and exciting.” On the team he is joining, “it’s exciting, there is…

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Another list of scoring projections for the Rangers this season

McKeen’s Hockey has the Rangers finishing this season 6th in the Metro with a record of 41-31-10 and 92 points. The Hockey News also picked the Rangers to finish 6th in the Metro this season. McKeen‘s scoring projections this season have: Artemi Panarin scoring 32 goals, 56 assists, 88 points in 81 games Mika Zibanejad scoring 27 goals, 48 assists, 75 points in 82 games Pavel Buchnevich scoring 28 goals…

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What the Rangers lines could look like to start the season

On the NHL Network on 8/8, they listed the Rangers projected lines for this season as: Artemi Panarin – Mika Zibanejad – Pavel Buchnevich Chris Kreider – Ryan Strome – Kaapo Kakko Vlad Namestnikov – Filip Chytil – Vitali Kravtsov Brendan Lemieux – Brett Howden – Jesper Fast Lemieux is the only forward listed that is currently unsigned. Lias Andersson, Boo Nieves, Greg McKegg, Danny O’Regan and Phil Di Giuseppe…

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