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nyr2k2 07-08-2013 09:56 AM

2013-2014 Rangers Prospects Thread (Player Stats in Post #1; Updated 12/17)
 

**INFORMATION CURRENT AS OF: TUESDAY 12/17/2013 @ 7:00 AM EST**
$ PLAYER HAS SIGNED ENTRY LEVEL CONTRACT
C TEAM CAPTAIN - A ALTERNATE CAPTAIN
INJ PLAYER IS CURRENTLY INJURED (INJURY REPORT AT BOTTOM)


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JUNIOR PROSPECTS -- LHJMQ, OHL, WHL, Others
#PlayerPos.DOBH/WGamesGoalsAssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/LeagueDraftedHF
57Donnay, Troy $ ARD2/18/19946'7"/18533178+1947Erie Otters/OHLUDFA 2013 (NYR)5.5 C
10Duclair, AnthonyLW8/26/19955'11"/18433271946+738Québec Remparts/QMJHLR3 #80 2013 (NYR)7.0 D
     2101+20Team QMJHL/SSS  
27Graves, Ryan ALD5/21/19956'4"/225343710-150Charlottetown Islanders/QMJHLR4 #110 2013 (NYR)6.5 D
     2000-111Team QMJHL/SSS  
#PlayerPos.DOBH/WGamesWinsLossesOTLGAASV%SOTeam/LeagueDraftedHF
29Skapski, MackenzieG6/15/19946'3"/192229932.81.9101Kootenay Ice/WHLR6 #170 2013 (NYR)6.0 D



COLLEGE PROSPECTS -- NCAA
#PlayerPos.DOBH/WYr.GamesGoals AssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/ConferenceDraftedHF
26Fogarty, Steven INJC4/19/19936'3"/207So.11123-26Notre Dame Fighting Irish/HER3 #72 2011 (NYR)6.5 D
12Nieves, CristovalC1/23/19946'3"/200So.14178E8Michigan Wolverines/B10R2 #59 2012 (NYR)7.0 C
2Skjei, BradyLD3/26/19946'3"/206So.16235+916Minnesota Golden Gophers/B10R1 #28 2012 (NYR)7.0 C
10Tambellini, AdamF11/1/19946'3"/178Fr.15224-531North Dakota/NCHCR3 #65 2013 (NYR)6.5 C



INTERNATIONAL PROSPECTS -- ELH, KHL, SHL, SML, SZLH, Others
#PlayerPos.DOBH/WGamesGoalsAssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/LeagueDraftedHF
57Andersson, CalleRD5/16/19946'2"/207242810+22IF Malmö Redhawks/HAR4 #119 2012 (NYR)6.5 D
     1000+10IK Pantern/D1  
     4202+126IF Malmö Redhawks/J20  
89Buchnevich, Pavel INJLW4/17/19956'1"/161316612-38HC Severstal Cherepovets/KHLR3 #75 2013 (NYR)7.5 D
53Spelling, ThomasLW2/9/19936'1"/17622121527--14SønderjyskE Ishockey/DSLR5 #142 2012 (NYR)5.5 D



NORTH AMERICAN PROFESSIONAL PROSPECTS -- AHL, CHL, ECHL, NHL
#PlayerPos.DOBH/WGamesGoals AssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/LeagueDraftedHF
4Allen, Conor $LD1/31/19906'2"/210264711-824Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLUDFA 2013 (NYR)6.5 C
14Beach, Kyle $F1/13/19906'3"/2104011E12Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLR1 #11 2008 (CHI)6.5 C
     7404+310Rockford IceHogs/AHL  
     7213-425HV71/SHL  
9Bourque, Ryan $F1/3/19915'9"/16825459+14Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLR3 #80 2009 (NYR)6.5 D
27Fast, Jesper $ INJF12/2/19916'0"/1853022-10Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLR6 #157 2010 (NYR)7.0 C
     8000-52New York Rangers/NHL  
15Hrivík, Marek $LW8/28/19916'1"/197244610-18Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLUDFA 2012 (NYR)7.0 D
5Hughes, Tommy $RD4/7/19926'2"/21523134-310Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLUDFA 2013 (NYR)6.5 D
7Jean, Kyle $C3/1/19906'4"/20320224+117Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLUDFA 2012 (NYR)7.0 D
11Kantor, Michael $RW2/2/19926'0"/19817000-670Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLUDFA 2013 (NYR)5.5 C
     3033E12Greenville Road Warriors/ECHL  
20Kreider, Chris $LW4/30/19916'3"/2262781018+926New York Rangers/NHLR1 #19 2009 (NYR)8.0 C
     6224-116Hartford Wolf Pack/AHL  
29Kristo, Danny $RW6/18/19905'11"/1852411920-68Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLR2 #56 2008 (MTL)8.0 D
16Lindberg, Oscar $C10/29/19916'1"/190265712-920Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLR2 #57 2010 (PHX)6.5 B
8McIlrath, Dylan $RD4/20/19926'5"/2202000-17New York Rangers/NHLR1 #10 2010 (NYR)7.0 C
     24347-2115Hartford Wolf Pack/AHL  
10Miller, J.T. $F3/14/19936'2"/1958729+58Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLR1 #15 2011 (NYR)7.0 B
     17112-68New York Rangers/NHL  
29Nicholls, Josh $RW4/27/19926'3"/19416224-124Greenville Road Warriors/ECHLR7 #182 2010 (TOR)6.0 C
     4000-30Hartford Wolf Pack/AHL  
8Noreau, Samuel $RD1/31/19936'5"/22420000E31Greenville Road Warriors/ECHLR5 #136 2011 (NYR)6.0 C
18St. Croix, Michael $RW4/10/19935'11"/179134812+10Greenville Road Warriors/ECHLR4 #106 2011 (NYR)6.5 C
     9000-32Hartford Wolf Pack/AHL  
17Wilson, Jason $LW4/15/19906'2"/20521257-418Wichita Thunder/CHLR5 #130 2010 (NYR)5.0 D
6Yogan, Andrew $LW12/4/19916'3"/20322246+142Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLR4 #100 2010 (NYR)6.5 C
#PlayerPos.DOBH/WGamesWinsLossesOTLGAASV%SOTeam/LeagueDraftedHF
31Missiaen, Jason $G4/25/19906'8"/220112813.75.8640Hartford Wolf Pack/AHLUDFA 2011 (NYR)6.0 C
31Stajcer, Scott $G6/14/19916'3"/19652303.02.9040Greenville Road Warriors/ECHLR5 #140 2009 (NYR)6.0 C
     72702.27.9040Hartford Wolf Pack/AHL  
33Talbot, Cam $G7/5/19876'3"/185106201.74.9342New York Rangers/NHLUDFA 2010 (NYR)6.5 C
     54012.49.9240Hartford Wolf Pack/AHL  



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INJURY REPORT
PlayerInjuryInjury DateExpected Duration
Buchnevich, PavelConcussion11/30/2013Undetermined
Fast, JesperAnkle sprain11/2/2013Four to six weeks
Fogarty, StevenLower body11/15/2013Undetermined



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Previous Rangers Prospects Threads:
Rangers Prospects Thread 2012-2013 *Part I*: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1200623
Rangers Prospects Thread 2012-2013 *Part II*: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1303587
Rangers Prospects Thread 2012-2013 *Part III*: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1374113
Rangers Prospects Thread 2012-2013 *Part IV*: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1427553


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Trxjw 07-08-2013 10:01 AM

Crazy to think that as of today we only have 3 prospects set to play in the CHL next season.

nyr2k2 07-08-2013 10:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Trxjw (Post 68926185)
Crazy to think that as of today we only have 3 prospects set to play in the CHL next season.

Seriously. We generally have more players in the CHL/juniors than in the NCAA or Europe. Just an interesting time in our organization's development where so many guys have turned pro in the same span.

Ail 07-08-2013 10:28 AM

Looks good as always man. Thank you.

Kokoschka 07-08-2013 10:38 AM

Take this with a grain of salt, because I haven't watched many games. Watch for Buchnevich to get a good look with Severstal. They have a very solid team, if they keep up last year's performance, but I'd say he sticks. I'm guessing in the 10-15 goals, 25-30 points range next year for him, if he makes the team. Big ice fits him well, and he should be able to light it up against the weaker KHL teams. Skating impressed me as well, from the 3 or 4 games I watched. Looked a little out of place in that 1 game I caught in the Playoffs. All in all, very impressive young kid for his age.

I'll make sure to keep an eye on him next season, will try to keep you guys updated. (I'm kinda pissed we don't have any Czech or Slovak prospects (except for Hrivik, obviously), because I could be of much more use for you guys then ;)).

nyr2k2 07-08-2013 12:18 PM

Cam Talbot has technically exhausted his prospect eligibility, but Beacon (for the prospect polls) and I talked and figured he fits into the "other circumstances" exemption, and as such, I'll continue to list him here.

Beacon 07-08-2013 01:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nyr2k2 (Post 68932245)
Cam Talbot has technically exhausted his prospect eligibility, but Beacon (for the prospect polls) and I talked and figured he fits into the "other circumstances" exemption, and as such, I'll continue to list him here.


Here's what I wrote:

Quote:

Originally Posted by Beacon
You are right, except one clause: "NOTE: These are general guidelines and should be followed the majority of the time but certain players may still be listed as prospects if circumstances warrant."

The reason I think Talbot is an exception is that almost all the players without NHL experience by the time they are his age are going to be career minor leaguers with no hope of making the NHL, while Talbot clearly is thought to still have the potential to make it based on the Rangers giving him a one-way contract the year Biron's ends. I think that's enough to separate him from others because it shows professionals are viewing him as a probable future NHLer.


NYR Viper 07-08-2013 01:30 PM

I think goalies should be exempt as it takes them longer to reach the NHL.

Trxjw 07-08-2013 03:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nyr2k2 (Post 68926909)
Seriously. We generally have more players in the CHL/juniors than in the NCAA or Europe. Just an interesting time in our organization's development where so many guys have turned pro in the same span.

Hopefully some of these guys can take big steps forward this year. Hate to see us end up with a whole lot of fledgling pro-prospects with quite a few 3-4 year NCAA and international prospects in the pipe. Pretty big gap in development there.

Bluenote13 07-08-2013 04:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Trxjw (Post 68943645)
Hopefully some of these guys can take big steps forward this year. Hate to see us end up with a whole lot of fledgling pro-prospects with quite a few 3-4 year NCAA and international prospects in the pipe. Pretty big gap in development there.

Agreed.

Also, HAPPY BIRTHDAY !!!

Someone get this guy a Bday thread, stat !

iamitter 07-08-2013 05:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Trxjw (Post 68943645)
Hopefully some of these guys can take big steps forward this year. Hate to see us end up with a whole lot of fledgling pro-prospects with quite a few 3-4 year NCAA and international prospects in the pipe. Pretty big gap in development there.

Yeah, of all the guys we drafted going into the NCAA/there now, I don't see a lot who would be ready after two years.

Brady Skjei 07-12-2013 08:25 PM

I figure it'd be better to ask this in this thread rather than in one of the poll threads..

Which of our prospects has the highest upside to be a dynamic player in the NHL? I'm not talking about who's closer or who the safer players are and what not.. if, hypothetically, everything goes well for each of our prospects and they all reach their full potential/ceiling, who winds up as the most effective?

I'm not as familiar with the guys we just drafted, and aside from this past year I haven't followed our guys too closely in college/juniors other than reading about how they did online. I forgot to mention, aside from Kreider.. because I know that'll be everyone's first answer

NYR Viper 07-12-2013 09:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by letsgorangers19 (Post 69150249)
I figure it'd be better to ask this in this thread rather than in one of the poll threads..

Which of our prospects has the highest upside to be a dynamic player in the NHL? I'm not talking about who's closer or who the safer players are and what not.. if, hypothetically, everything goes well for each of our prospects and they all reach their full potential/ceiling, who winds up as the most effective?

I'm not as familiar with the guys we just drafted, and aside from this past year I haven't followed our guys too closely in college/juniors other than reading about how they did online. I forgot to mention, aside from Kreider.. because I know that'll be everyone's first answer

I would say McIlrath, Fast or Nieves

Kershaw 07-12-2013 10:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by letsgorangers19 (Post 69150249)
I figure it'd be better to ask this in this thread rather than in one of the poll threads..

Which of our prospects has the highest upside to be a dynamic player in the NHL? I'm not talking about who's closer or who the safer players are and what not.. if, hypothetically, everything goes well for each of our prospects and they all reach their full potential/ceiling, who winds up as the most effective?

I'm not as familiar with the guys we just drafted, and aside from this past year I haven't followed our guys too closely in college/juniors other than reading about how they did online. I forgot to mention, aside from Kreider.. because I know that'll be everyone's first answer

i don't think any of the Rangers current prospects can be dynamic players in esscence that description is top tier 1rst line forwards, top pair dmen, #1 star goalies. But there is definitely a lot to like in terms of depth and the good thing is that there are many guys who can be in consideration for top prospect of the organization. For me, my opinion constantly changes between Fast, Lindberg and Miller and I believe either one can be the organization's top prospect.

Anthony Mauro 07-12-2013 11:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NYR Viper (Post 69151469)
I would say McIlrath, Fast or Nieves

I think Nieves has a shot to be a real steal, and impact player. He's got all the tools you dream of in a top forward and the rink sense to materialize into something special. I think he's really underrated.

Lindberg Cheese 07-13-2013 07:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Manhattan Blue (Post 69155551)
I think Nieves has a shot to be a real steal, and impact player. He's got all the tools you dream of in a top forward and the rink sense to materialize into something special. I think he's really underrated.

Agree, Nieves looking really good. Hopefully he goes to Traverse City along with the othrr NCAA guys.

Pizza 07-13-2013 10:06 AM

School starts by then. Makes the schedule tough to meet.

White Plains Batman 07-13-2013 01:32 PM

In terms of readiness to become a top 6 forward or make a real impact;
1. Fast
2. Nieves
3. Buchnevich

Those guys have the highest upside in the Rangers system. Out of the three, Boo is the safest to have a good NHL career, but if all three become solid players, HUGE plus.

Kwayry 07-13-2013 02:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by letsgorangers19 (Post 69150249)
I figure it'd be better to ask this in this thread rather than in one of the poll threads..

Which of our prospects has the highest upside to be a dynamic player in the NHL? I'm not talking about who's closer or who the safer players are and what not.. if, hypothetically, everything goes well for each of our prospects and they all reach their full potential/ceiling, who winds up as the most effective?

I'm not as familiar with the guys we just drafted, and aside from this past year I haven't followed our guys too closely in college/juniors other than reading about how they did online. I forgot to mention, aside from Kreider.. because I know that'll be everyone's first answer

Michael St Croix. His upside is top 6 or potentially top line material if everything breaks right for him, which is the premise here. He had a great career as Oil King.

Boo also needs to be in the discussion. he had a phenomenal year at Michigan.

I am not going to talk about this year's picks, cause i have no clue except for Duclair who I have seen highlights from camp. He looked good.

ColonialsHockey10 07-13-2013 02:22 PM

I'm not the biggest St. Croix fan, but in terms of skill, aside from Buchnevich, he is definitely on top of the prospect pool. The way he stickhandles reminds me of Patrick Kane. He's supremely talented, and id argue one of the more talented prospects in the entire league.

White Plains Batman 07-13-2013 02:50 PM

Duclair reminds me of Hagelin. If he has a similar development path and becomes a Hagelin clone, that would be pretty cool. Never a bad thing having two "dogs who can chase the bone" puck retrieval dudes.

cwede 07-14-2013 09:04 AM

"...hypothetically, everything goes well for each of our prospects and they all reach their full potential/ceiling, who winds up as the most effective?" -
are Miller or Kreider eligible? if not - Lindberg or Skjei

cwede 07-14-2013 09:07 AM

"...hypothetically, everything goes well for each of our prospects and they all reach their full potential/ceiling, who winds up as the most effective? -

are Kreider/Miller eligible? Lindberg or Skjei, possibly Kristo too

nyr2k2 07-14-2013 09:13 AM

Minor housekeeping: PEI Rocket is now Charlottetown Islanders. So look for that when you're looking for Graves.

I didn't remember reading it, but Calle Andersson officially transferred to Malmö. That's kind of disappointing as they're in the HockeyAllsvenskan. Had he stayed with Färjestad, he'd be in the Swedish Hockey League (formerly Elitserien). So he's basically in the Swedish AHL rather than the Swedish NHL.

kovazub94 07-14-2013 10:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nyr2k2 (Post 69193885)
Minor housekeeping: PEI Rocket is now Charlottetown Islanders. So look for that when you're looking for Graves.

I didn't remember reading it, but Calle Andersson officially transferred to Malmö. That's kind of disappointing as they're in the HockeyAllsvenskan. Had he stayed with Färjestad, he'd be in the Swedish Hockey League (formerly Elitserien). So he's basically in the Swedish AHL rather than the Swedish NHL.

Uhh. Can I change my prospect vote? :help:
Is this a one way ticket or Swedish system also allows for some sort of call up option?


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