Rangers Top Forwards

Gazing into the fire...
TeamRank Name Position Age Height Weight Draft Selection Pre-Draft Ranking Age/Production Score
1 Andersson, Lias F 19 5'11 200 7 15 -1.26
2 Gropp, Ryan LW 21 6'3 205 41 61 -0.03
3 Nejezchleb, Richard RW 23 6'2 205 122 113 0.91
4 Nieves, Cristoval LW 24 6'3 210 59 51 -0.05
5 Gettinger, Timmy LW 19 6'6 220 141 56 0.18
6 Chytil, Filip LW 18 6'1 191 21 36 0.52
7 Tambellini, Adam LW 23 6'4 195 65 68 0.74
8 Morrisson, Brad F 21 6'0 170 113 115 0.14
9 Lakatos, Dominik C 20 5'11 179 157 157 0.97
10 Bernhardt, Daniel LW 21 6'3 194 119 154 -0.28
11 Kovacs, Robin F 21 6'0 176 62 51 0.81
12 Barron, Morgan F 19 6'2 176 174 175 0.88
13 Virta, Patrick C 21 5'10 181 207 207 0.97
14 Strömwall, Malte RW 23 5'10 168 250 108 0.56
15 Ronning, Ty RW 20 5'9 165 201 79 -0.13

Rangers Top Defensemen

Gazing into the fire...
TeamRank Name Position Age Height Weight Draft Selection Pre-Draft Ranking Age/Production Score
1 Day, Sean D 20 6'3 230 81 64 0.09
2 Andersson, Calle D 23 6'2 217 119 58 -0.61
3 Graves, Ryan D 22 6'5 226 110 156 0.37
4 Zborovskiy, Sergey D 20 6'4 195 79 145 0.39
5 Pionk, Neal D 22 5'11 170 250 163 0.29
6 Reunanen, Tarmo D 19 6'0 178 98 131 -0.07
7 Sjalin, Calle D 18 6'1 176 145 141 -0.07
8 Crawley, Brandon D 21 6'1 205 123 123 1.13
9 Bereglazov, Alexei D 23 6'4 191 250 250 1.17

College Free Agency Loopholes: A Cautionary Tale

March 31, 2016 by Brian Fogarty

 

Here is a somewhat familiar story:

A top-end college hockey player, coming off of a stellar season that saw him finish among the top goal scorers in the NCAA, chosen early in the third-round of the NHL draft, decides at the end of his college season to utilize a loophole in the NHL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement and become an unrestricted free agent. The player becomes the talk of the hockey world, from television media giants to internet message boards. Team management complains that they have been duped by the player. Fans argue about whether the young man should honor his commitment to the team or take advantage of one of the few opportunities at free agency that a player gets. Pundits decry the loophole and expound on the apparent demise of the draft worthiness of players heading to play college hockey.

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Jimmy Vesey vs. The Brass

March 31, 2016 by Zachary DeVine

 

 

Jimmy Vesey is turning the tables on the NHL brass, and it is a splendid thing. 

Players are demoted to save cap space, buried in the minors, returned to the draft pool, bought out, released from ATO’s and PTO’s, and all manner of CBA chicanery afforded to a General Manager in the National Hockey League has been used. If it can be done, there is an acronym for it, and you can be sure someone in the front office has all the codes to go nuclear on a player’s contract in any way allowed by the league offices. 

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