2021 NHL Draft

The Fourth Round picks for the Rangers

At 104, the Rangers selected RW Brody Lamb.

Lamb is not ranked by TSN, The Hockey News, McKeens or The Athletic.

He was ranked 178th by Central Scouting.

He is 6-0, 161 and had 0 goals and 2 assists in 10 games for Green Bay of the USHL. In the Minnesota High School league this past season he had 52 goals and 35 assists.

He is going to the University of Minnesota.

From the Rangers, “Lamb, 17 (turns 18 years old on August 30), skated in 24 games with the Dodge County Wildcats in Minnesota, registering 52 goals and 35 assists for 87 points, along with 12 penalty minutes. He was named the Minnesota Associated Press Player of the Year in 2020-21, as he led all players in the state in goals and points. The 6-1, 165-pounder also recorded 23 points (12 goals, 11 assists) in 19 games with Team TDS Transportation in the Upper Midwest High School Elite Hockey League (UMHSEHL) and two assists in 10 games with the Green Bay Gamblers of the United States Hockey League (USHL). The Rochester, Minnesota native served as Dodge County’s captain this past season, and he also tallied 66 points (46 goals, 20 assists) in 22 games with Dodge County in 2019-20.”

At 106, the Rangers selected LW Kalle Vaisanen.


2021 NHL Draft Ryder Korczak

Rangers select center Ryder Korczak at #75

The Rangers have selected center Ryder Korczak at #75. They traded #80 and #176 to Washington to move up.

He is 5-11, 175 and had 3 goals and 13 assists in 17 games last season for Moose Jaw in the WHL.

The Hockey News lists his best case as Filip Chytil.


2021 Rangers Offseason Jayden Grubbe

Rangers select Jayden Grubbe at #65

The Rangers have selected center Jayden Grubbe at #65.


Tony DeAngelo

The Rangers have officially bought out Tony DeAngelo

The Rangers have announced that they have officially bought out the final year of Tony DeAngelo’s contract.

The buyout will save the Rangers $4.4 million in cap space but create dead cap hits for the next two seasons of (CapFriendly):

  • 2021-22: $383,333
  • 2022-23: $883,333

The Rangers offered DeAngelo the chance to terminate his contract and allow him to become a free agent but DeAngelo turned them down.


Chris Drury

What Chris Drury said about Buchnevich, Othman, Blais and more

Chris Drury spoke late last night and said (NYR):

  • On trading Buchnevich, “There is only so much cap space to go around, only so much ice time to go around, I feel very good about our depth at winger with some recent early draft picks we’ve had and some other veterans that we’ve signed and that was basically it.”


2021 NHL Draft 2021 Rangers Offseason

What to expect from the Rangers on Day 2 of the Draft

The Rangers are slated to have the following picks during the second day:

  • Round 3: 65 (from Buffalo for Jimmy Vesey), 80
  • Round 4: 104 (from LA for Brendan Lemieux, 106 (from Ottawa for Vlad Namestnikov), 112