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2022 New York Rangers Training Camp

What Jacob Trouba and Chris Kreider said today

Jacob Trouba and Chris Kreider were on The Michael Kay Show earlier today and said:

  • To Trouba: What does being the Captain make you feel like, “definitely something I’m proud of, besides that, not much is going to change. People read into it as more will change than I think will or want to. We led this team with a group last year and if anything, that group has grown. It will be good.”

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2022 New York Rangers Training Camp

Defenseman Matt Bartkowski signs PTO

The Rangers have signed defenseman Matt Bartkowski to a PTO. (Cap Friendly)

Bartkowski, 34, is a left-shot defenseman and has 256 games of NHL experience.

He played last season with the Penguins AHL team.

He last played in the NHL in 2020-21 when he played one game for Minnesota. He hasn’t played more than 25 games in an NHL season since 2015-16 when he was with Vancouver.


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2022 New York Rangers Training Camp

Rangers likely sticking with the defensive group they have to fill spot on third pair

Arthur Staple tweets that it “doesn’t appear” as if the Rangers will be inviting a veteran defenseman to training camp on a PTO.

The Rangers have not officially replaced the spot on the left side of the third pair that was held at times last season between Patrik Nemeth (traded) and Justin Braun (re-signed in Philly).


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Tyler Motte

Tyler Motte signs one-year deal with Ottawa

The Senators have signed Tyler Motte to a one-year deal worth $1.35 million.

The Rangers signed Ryan Carpenter to a one-year deal worth $750,000, Swedish free agent center Gustav Rydahl to a one-year deal at $750,000 and invited Jimmy Vesey to training camp on a PTO.


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2022 New York Rangers Offseason

The roster for Rangers Rookie Camp this week

The Rangers begin their rookie camp this Wednesday.

The camp runs from 9/14 to 9/20 and includes two games against the Flyers on 9/16 and 9/17.

The roster for rookie camp includes:


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Henrik Lundqvist

Henrik Lundqvist joins Madison Square Garden in business role

The Rangers have announced that Henrik Lundqvist is joining MSG Sports and MSG Entertainment “in a unique new role that helps support business operations for each company.”

They describe his role by saying, “in this position, Lundqvist will be involved in numerous areas including representing MSG Sports and MSG Entertainment in a variety of partner and sponsorship endeavors, assisting with content development for digital platforms across both companies, growing and strengthening the connection with Rangers alumni, as well as lending his support with the Garden of Dreams Foundation.”


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