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Rangers offered an invite to Myles Bell to their Developmental Camp.

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Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 12/31/1899 12:12:29 AM - June 24, 2012

For those fans that feel the Rangers were too hard on Sean Avery and gave him a raw deal, here is a story that should show that the Rangers are willing to give second chances.  Don't forget, the Rangers even gave Avery a second chance.  The Rangers have sent out their roster for this seasons Developmental camp and there are two names that stand out to me above the regular "future" Rangers like Christian Thomas, Jesper Fast, Oscar Lindberg,Marek Hrivik, Michael St. Croix, Andrew Yogan, Dylan McIlrath, Scott Stajcer, and others.........the players that stand out are Andy Bathgate and Myles Bell.

Could this be the same Andy Bathgate that is related to the Rangers "other" retired #9 hanging from the Garden rafters that was drafted by the Pittsburgh Penguins with the 151st pick in 2009 An ex bigtime name on this list is Myles Bell ( 6 foot 202 lbs.) who was once predicted as a possible 1st round pick that was involved in an accident that reminds one of the Dany Heatly accident in which Heatly lost control of his car that seriously injured him and caused the death of teammate Dan Snyder which caused Heatly to serve 3 years probation . Heatly was then traded from Atlanta to Ottowa at Heatly's request so that he could try to leave reminders of this tragic memories behind. After Myles' accident, he spent this last season on the Kelowna Rockets where he went 15g--26a--41pts in 54 games. 

Pats Statement on Myles Bell

Regina Pats President/Governor, Brent Parker, "The purpose of calling you all here today is to inform you of a serious car accident involving a member of the Regina Pats - Myles Bell.

The accident took place early this morning in Calgary and I regret that not only has this accident left Myles in the hospital but has resulted in the death of a young lady from Regina. At this point in time we do not know enough details to comment about the circumstances surrounding the accident and we will wait for the authorities to give us this information before we comment. This is an incredibly difficult situation for me and our family as we are close with the young lady who died, as she was a close friend of our daughter. She was a beautiful young lady and she will be missed!

Chad and Russ are in Calgary and at the hospital with Myles and his family but we do not have a status report on the extent of Myles' injuries at this time. We ask that both families be shown some courtesy at this difficult time and that all media inquiries be directed through Chad or myself. We will update you again later today on Myles' situation. The tragedy here is the loss of life and we will not lose sight of this but we will support Myles as a member of our organization as he deals with this situation."  END OF STATEMENT Since he has received his new start in Kelowna, Myles' has seemed to have come back from his  injuries and has seemed to have found his game back to the elite level it was before his accident.  Some scouts saw him good enough that his name could be called early in the NHL draft, but because of his off ice issues, teams turned away from him. If teams did the same to a young Dany Heatly, the NHL would have turned their back on a player that is now one of it's stars. I know we all send out prayers to Dan Snyder and the young lady who were killed in these horrible crashes and their families, but it's up to each of you to feel if you think people deserve a second chance.  This is the latest report by a scout I could find: "He can either slow down the style of the game or speed it up when he wants to. He's definitely got all the tools. He has a good shot. He's used in all situations, both on the power play and penalty kill. He can lay out the big hits. He's got all the aspects that you want in a defenseman." -- NHL Central Scouting's Peter Sullivan So, if this player is anywhere near the player he was before his accident, the Rangers might have just found a real diamaond in the ruff.  LET'S GO RANGERS!!!!




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  Rangers 82 45 31 6 96  
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  Points: 202  
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