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2012-2013 Rangers Prospects Thread (Player Stats in Post #1; Updated 7/3) *Part IV*


**STATS CURRENT AS OF: WEDNESDAY 7/3/2013 @ 7:00 AM EST**
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JUNIOR PROSPECTS -- BCHL, LHJMQ, OHL, WHL
PlayerPos.DOBH/WGamesGoalsAssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/LeagueDraftedHF
Duclair, AnthonyLW8/26/19955'11"/18255203050+2322Remparts de Québec/LHJMQR3 #80 NYR 2013N/A
Graves, RyanLD5/21/19956'4"/2256331316+790P.E.I. Rocket/LHJMQR4 #110 NYR (2013)N/A
Hughes, Tommy $ ARD4/7/19926'2"/2156711516+1766London Knights/OHLUDFA NYR (2013)6.5 D
Kantor, Michael $ CRW2/2/19926'0"/19756201333-693Sudbury Wolves/OHLUDFA NYR (2013)6.0 C
Nicholls, Josh $ A F4/27/19926'2"/19671473885+1943Saskatoon Blades/WHLR7 #182 TOR (2010)6.0 C
Noreau, Samuel $ ARD1/31/19936'5"/2256672532+1964Baie-Comeau Drakkar/LHJMQR5 #136 NYR (2011)6.0 C
St. Croix, Michael $C4/10/19936'0"/17972375592+3036Edmonton Oil Kings/WHLR4 #106 NYR (2011)6.5 C
Tambellini, AdamF11/1/19946'4"/17716141226--8Surrey Eagles/BCHLR3 #65 NYR (2013)N/A
    36221739--18Vernon Vipers/BCHL  
PlayerPos.DOBH/WGamesWinsLossesOTLGAASV%SOTeam/LeagueDraftedHF
Skapski, MackenzieG6/15/19946'3"/18265342512.78.9107Kootenay Ice/WHLR6 #170 NYR (2013)N/A



COLLEGE PROSPECTS -- CIS, NCAA
PlayerPos.DOBH/WYr.GamesGoals AssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/ConferenceDraftedHF
Fogarty, StevenC4/19/19936'3"/202Fr.415510+14Notre Dame Fighting Irish/CCHAR3 #72 NYR (2011)7.0 D
Nieves, CristovalC1/23/19946'3"/200Fr.4082129-418Michigan Wolverines/CCHAR2 #59 NYR (2012)6.5 C
Skjei, BradyLD3/26/19946'3"/203Fr.36123+1114Minnesota Golden Gophers/WCHAR1 #28 NYR (2012)7.0 C



INTERNATIONAL PROSPECTS -- ELH, KHL, SEL, SML, SZLH
PlayerPos.DOBH/WGamesGoalsAssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/LeagueDraftedHF
Andersson, CalleRD5/16/19946'2"/21222111627E14Färjestads BK/J20R4 #119 NYR (2012)6.5 D
    9022+44IF Malmö Redhawks/HA  
    34112-36Färjestads BK/SEL  
Buchnevich, PavelF4/17/19956'1"/16112112-20HC Severstal Cherepovets/KHLR3 #75 NYR (2013)N/A
    2481523-236Almaz Cherepovets/MHL  
Lindberg, Oscar $C10/29/19916'1"/18955172542+154Skellefteå AIK/SELR2 #57 PHX (2010)6.5 C
Spelling, ThomasLW2/9/19936'1"/17636193049+286Rögle BK/J20R5 #142 NYR (2012)6.0 D
    4000E0IK Oskarshamn/HA  
    7000-10Rögle BK/SEL  



NORTH AMERICAN PROFESSIONAL PROSPECTS -- AHL, ECHL, NHL
PlayerPos.DOBH/WGamesGoals AssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/LeagueDraftedHF
Allen, Conor $LD1/31/19906'2"/2101000-10Connecticut Whale/AHLUDFA NYR (2013)6.5 C
    3351419-153Massachusetts Minutemen/NCAA  
Bourque, Ryan $F1/3/19915'9"/164538715+211Connecticut Whale/AHLR3 #80 NYR (2009)6.5 D
Fast, Jesper $F12/2/19915'11"/1651101-12Connecticut Whale/AHLR6 #157 NYR (2010)7.0 C
    47181735+134HV71/SEL  
Hrivík, Marek $LW8/28/19916'1"/1974071926-210Connecticut Whale/AHLUDFA NYR (2012)7.0 D
Jean, Kyle $C3/1/19906'4"/2037391423-247Connecticut Whale/AHLUDFA NYR (2012)6.5 C
Kreider, Chris $LW4/30/19916'3"/22523213-16New York Rangers/NHLR1 #19 NYR (2009)8.0 C
    48121123-1173Connecticut Whale/AHL  
Kristo, Danny $RW6/18/19905'11"/1889033-12Hamilton Bulldogs/AHLR2 #56 MTL (2008)7.5 C
    40262652+1724University of North Dakota/NCAA  
McIlrath, Dylan $RD4/20/19926'5"/21545055+7125Connecticut Whale/AHLR1 #10 NYR (2010)7.0 B
Miller, J.T. $F3/14/19936'2"/1954281523-1229Connecticut Whale/AHLR1 #15 NYR (2011)7.5 B
    26224-78New York Rangers/NHL  
Wilson, Jason $LW4/15/19906'3"/21023145-675Greenville Road Warriors/ECHLR5 #130 NYR (2010)5.0 D
    17101+130Connecticut Whale/AHL  
Yogan, Andrew $LW12/4/19916'3"/2054371219+835Connecticut Whale/AHLR4 #100 NYR (2010)6.5 D
    159312+514Greenville Road Warriors/ECHL  
PlayerPos.DOBH/WGamesWinsLossesOTLGAASV%SOTeam/LeagueDraftedHF
Missiaen, Jason $G4/25/19906'8"/2202510823.07.9062Connecticut Whale/AHLUDFA NYR (2011)6.5 D
    54102.75.9220Greenville Road Warriors/ECHL  
Stajcer, Scott $G6/14/19916'2"/1952310762.66.9140Greenville Road Warriors/ECHLR5 #140 NYR (2009)6.0 C
    30204.32.8410Connecticut Whale/AHL  


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2013 PLAYOFF STATS - JUNIOR PROSPECTS
PlayerGamesGoalsAssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/League
Duclair, Anthony11358E12Remparts de Québec/LHJMQ
Graves, Ryan6000-26P.E.I. Rocket/LHJMQ
Hughes, Tommy5011-54London Knights/Memorial Cup
 20112+819London Knights/OHL
Kantor, Michael9224-712Sudbury Wolves/OHL
Nicholls, Josh4426+14Saskatoon Blades/Memorial Cup
 4011-49Saskatoon Blades/WHL
Noreau, Samuel15213-212Baie-Comeau Drakkar/LHJMQ
St. Croix, Michael22131326+1714Edmonton Oil Kings/WHL
Tambellini, Adam1710818--6Surrey Eagles/BCHL
PlayerGamesWinsLossesOTLGAASV%SOTeam/League
Skapski, Mackenzie51403.95.8920Kootenay Ice/WHL



2013 PLAYOFF STATS - INTERNATIONAL PROSPECTS
PlayerGamesGoalsAssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/League
Andersson, Calle4101+44Färjestads BK/J20
Buchnevich, Pavel6000E0HC Severstal Cherepovets/KHL
Fast, Jesper5145+40HV71/SEL
Lindberg, Oscar134812+1316Skellefteå AIK/SEL
Spelling, Thomas2011-20Rögle BK/J20



2013 PLAYOFF STATS - NORTH AMERICAN PROFESSIONAL PROSPECTS
PlayerGamesGoalsAssistsPoints+/-PIMTeam/League
Kreider, Chris8112E0New York Rangers/NHL
Wilson, Jason4101-16Greenville Road Warriors/ECHL
PlayerGamesWinsLossesOTLGAASV%SOTeam/League
Stajcer, Scott10105.00.8750Greenville Road Warriors/ECHL


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INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIONS
PlayerGamesGoalsAssistsPoints+/-PIMTeamCompetition
Andersson, Calle4134+32SwedenU19 Intl.
 6213+42SwedenU20 Intl.
Buchnevich, Pavel75611+42RussiaWJC-U18
Fast, Jesper4011-10SwedenEHT
Kristo, Danny10123-12United StatesWC
Lindberg, Oscar10112+12SwedenWC
 7011+18SwedenEHT
Miller, J.T. A7279+52United StatesWJC-U20
Spelling, Thomas A1041014--6DenmarkU20 Intl.
 5178+32DenmarkWJC-U20 D1



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 2011-2012 *Part I*: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...d.php?t=935867
Rangers Prospects Thread 2011-2012 *Part II*: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...d.php?t=987199
Rangers Prospects Thread 2011-2012 *Part III*: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1014917
Rangers Prospects Thread 2011-2012 *Part IV*: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1045625
Rangers Prospects Thread 2011-2012 *Part V*: http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1082981
Rangers Prospects Thread 2011-2012 *Part VI*:http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh....php?t=1119485


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Elitserien (SEL): http://hockeyligan.se/
Extraliga Ledního Hokeje (ELH): http://hokej.cz/
HockeyAllsvenskan (HA): http://hockeyallsvenskan.se/
International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF): http://iihf.com/
J20 SuperElit (J20): http://stats.swehockey.se/
Jääkiekon SM-Liiga (SML): http://sm-liiga.fi/
Kontinental Hockey League (KHL): http://en.khl.ru/
Ligue de Hockey Junior Majeur du Québec (LHJMQ): http://en.lhjmq.qc.ca/
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A future (~3 years from now) D featuring something like:

McD - Girardi
Moore - McIlraith
Skjei - Noreau

looks enticing on paper, if all develop positively

Especially if Staal, MDZ and Stralman were to bring in hefty returns in terms of young offensive talent and higher picks
But this we will very doubtfully ever see...
Not sure I ever wanna lose Staal either
But it is possible that he might be a goner

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Oil Kings are about to lose game 6, and the series.
They were without their second best forward, and Griffin Reinhart for the series.

St. Croix still did incredible to carry the team.

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Looking forward to seeing him in Hartford next season.

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MSC assisted on the lone goal in the 5-1 loss.

Great junior career! Looking forward to him with the Pack next season!

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MSC assisted on the lone goal in the 5-1 loss.

Great junior career! Looking forward to him with the Pack next season!
Does MSC have Marc Savard upside? Both are great play makers and were mid round picks in the 4th round.. MSC needs to get stronger...

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Valiant effort by MSC during this run. Will miss being able to watch him in the Memorial cup.

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Does MSC have Marc Savard upside? Both are great play makers and were mid round picks in the 4th round.. MSC needs to get stronger...
Marc Savard turned into a 1st line center in his prime, so no, he doesnt have that upside.

He could potentially be a 2nd line center, but thats going to mean hes gotta do a lot of work to get even better. I think him being a good 3rd line center is a good target for him right now. We will see how he does at the pro level though.

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Marc Savard turned into a 1st line center in his prime, so no, he doesnt have that upside.

He could potentially be a 2nd line center, but thats going to mean hes gotta do a lot of work to get even better. I think him being a good 3rd line center is a good target for him right now. We will see how he does at the pro level though.
Can you please tell me how you know for a fact what upside a Junior player has? Especially since all you said is first line player. Not like the question is if he has Crosby like potential.

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Can you please tell me how you know for a fact what upside a Junior player has? Especially since all you said is first line player. Not like the question is if he has Crosby like potential.
Huh?

He asked what I thought his upside was. And i said I doubt he will be a 1st line player like Savard was during his peak years.

What is the problem? Where do I say anything is a fact? Its just my opinion dude jeeze.

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Marc Savard turned into a 1st line center in his prime, so no, he doesnt have that upside.
Sure he does. I don't see how you can say he doesn't.

I'm not even a MSC fan, but he absolutely has that upside. He also has huge bust potential.

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Sure he does. I don't see how you can say he doesn't.

I'm not even a MSC fan, but he absolutely has that upside. He also has huge bust potential.
Eh, i guess we have a difference in opinion in that department.

I am a big fan of his, but I just cant see him becoming a 1st liner. I mean I guess anything is possible by a small %. Agree that he can easily be a bust too, on the size factor.

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Huh?

He asked what I thought his upside was. And i said I doubt he will be a 1st line player like Savard was during his peak years.

What is the problem? Where do I say anything is a fact? Its just my opinion dude jeeze.
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Sounds like a definitive statement. Of course, you may think that it being your opinion is implied. Well, too many people think that their opinion is objective fact. So you could have said "I think". Otherwise, it's hard to tell.

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Eh, i guess we have a difference in opinion in that department.

I am a big fan of his, but I just cant see him becoming a 1st liner. I mean I guess anything is possible by a small %. Agree that he can easily be a bust too, on the size factor.

Agreed. Savard could score at will in the OHL. One of the most dominant offensive players in junior history. MSC doesn't have that upside.

He also doesn't have as much bust risk as people here think. He has good size and he has shown the ability to get better every year. I see a reasonable chance of him being a second liner. He is a 7C prospect.

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Sounds like a definitive statement. Of course, you may think that it being your opinion is implied. Well, too many people think that their opinion is objective fact. So you could have said "I think". Otherwise, it's hard to tell.
I don't know what kinda jerk you think I am , trust me, I dont think ANY of my opinions are any type of fact Just opinions, that I have no idea will pan out or not. And if i'm wrong, and he turns into a 1st liner, then i'll eat 5 full trays of crow and enjoy it haha

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His WHL scoring is on par with a lot of big names in the NHL

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His WHL scoring is on par with a lot of big names in the NHL
Nobody is doubting his dominating at the WHL. He was a beast.

A lot are curious to see how he will do at the pro level though since he is a bit of a smaller type player and there was a a lot of critics that said he doesnt go to the dirty areas and wasnt great defensively, hes addressed that this season but the pro level is a whole new ballgame.

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MSC > Kreider?
Man, if you combined MSC's intelligence with Kreider's skill, you'd have a hell of a player.

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Kreider 7.5B prospect. I think at the very least he's a very good third liner.

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Btw, I am really busy right now and with the NYR playing I gotta cut down some on the WCHs, but OL and Sweden played Canada a handful of days ago. From Giroux to E Staal to Duchene to J Staal, Canada is really strong at center ice to say the least. 2 of Swedens top 3 centers were hurt in the game, so OL played a ton.

Sweden played like sheit, and never had a chance.

Anyway, I didn't see the entire game, but OL played fairly well for sure. Great experience for him.

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London won tonight with one second left, wow. Memorial Cup starts Friday. Rangers will have McColgan and Nicholls for Saskatoon and Hughes for London.

Anywhere to go to see the winning London goal?

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London won tonight with one second left, wow. Memorial Cup starts Friday. Rangers will have McColgan and Nicholls for Saskatoon and Hughes for London.

Anywhere to go to see the winning London goal?
I think Halifax is going to run roughshod all over that tourney. Excited to see Jones, Mackinnon, Drouin play.

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London won tonight with one second left, wow. Memorial Cup starts Friday. Rangers will have McColgan and Nicholls for Saskatoon and Hughes for London.

Anywhere to go to see the winning London goal?
I saw it live, watching the stream on my phone while I watched the NHL games. It was a ping pong goal in front. The referees reviewed it for what seemed like 5 minutes. I was only half paying attention and the puck didn't look like it went in to me, though I was watching a crappy stream on a phone, LOL. They called it a good goal, place went nuts.

It was broadcast on Rogers Sports Net, so maybe they have video. It may already be on YT. Something will be up soon I'd think.

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