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lets wait to see if these kids make an impact at the AHL level {let alone the nhl} before we start to give sather some credit for solid drafting.

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lets wait to see if these kids make an impact at the AHL level {let alone the nhl} before we start to give sather some credit for solid drafting.
Edge, do you have info, opinions on any of the Ranger draftees that will be playing NCAA hockey this year? (Walsh, Taylor, Falardeau, etc.)

I don't hear much about any of these guys, will these guys at least be AHL players if not NHLers?

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it's really hard to tell right now, gotta see how college goes first.


Taylor is a big kid who is gonna be a long term project.

Falardeau hasn't impressed me much in two years of college.

the rest its too early to tell, though most of them project {as best} as depth forwards and role players.


The Rangers really dont have a bluechip forward prospect with the possible exception of Jessiman. Thats not to say there wont be a suprise star, but as of right now there isn't a clear cut "must see" kid.

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it's really hard to tell right now, gotta see how college goes first.


Taylor is a big kid who is gonna be a long term project.

Falardeau hasn't impressed me much in two years of college.

the rest its too early to tell, though most of them project {as best} as depth forwards and role players.


The Rangers really dont have a bluechip forward prospect with the possible exception of Jessiman. Thats not to say there wont be a suprise star, but as of right now there isn't a clear cut "must see" kid.
thanks, too bad these type of guys make up most of our recent draftees

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Well the most promising kid to come out of the past 5 years at forward is Lundmark.


For a variety of reasons he's the one with the weight on his shoulders now.

Nice to see him score last night with some descent ice time.

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I hope you're watching Rangers All Access right now

Sather didn't even know who Jessiman was after he was drafted.

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