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 INJURY REPORT
Vladislav Namestnikov 12/7
Expected to be in the line-up tonight
 
Mats Zuccarello 12/7
Appears as if he will not be in the line-up tonight, but has been rotating in during practice
 
Pavel Buchnevich 12/7
Skating as an extra in practice, close to returning
 
Adam McQuaid 12/7
Is skating in a non-contact jersey as he edges closer to a return
 
Kevin Shattenkirk 12/11
Left the arena with his arm in a sling, and likely won't know the extent of the injury until Wednesday
 
Cody McLeod 11/23
Broken hand will keep out to about New Year's eve
 
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RUMOR MILL

Tuesday - October 25th

Either Josh Jooris (New York Daily News) or Dylan McIlrath are likely to find themselves on waivers when Pavel Buchnevich returns from back spasms.

The team is expected to cut the roster down to 22 players, and as such one of the two will need to be either moved or sent down.

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September 29th, 2017

How many rostered players were on the ice for opening night 2016-17

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  BIRTHDAYS

Bill MacKenzie - 1911
Clint Smith - 1913
John McKenzie - 1937

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  RANDOM RANGER

KAREL RACHUNEK
(2003-2007)
  Born: Aug 27 - 1979  
  Pos: Defense  
  GP: 78  
  G: 7  
  A: 23  
  Pts: 30  
  PIMs: 42  
 
Chris Kreider ready for a career year.

Opening Night! Are Rangers Ready?
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ 2:35:43 PM - October 7, 2015

This summer saw a few changes on the ice and in the front office. The new G.M. Jeff Gorton signed 20 layers from inside and outside the organization and has 2 open spots to bring players in through trade, freea agent signings, or from overseas once their seasons are over (such as Pavel Buchnevich or Carl Klingberg). The Rangers finally have the depth that they have been missing for the last few years that when the injuries occurred, they had no answers. Is this the year? Let us watch tonight the celebration of the Blackhawks of what its like to finally reach the title. Last year the Rangers were the best team in the regular season, but injuries stopped them 1 game short of making it to the finals. Do they have the depth this year to battle through it?  

Jeff Gorton got Oscar Lindberg, Dylan McIlrath, Marek Hrivik, and Matt Bodie to accept less than their qualifying offers to buy into the team concept. Gorton got J.T. Miller and Emerson Etem to accept only their qualifier offer instead of bigger deals. Derek Stepan took what many feel was a hometown discount to stay longterm in New York with his 6 year contract with a yearly caphit of $6.5 million. Then you add in cheap 1 year signings of Stalberg and Stoll that add leadership and experience. The depth that was added at forward was Megna, Gibbons, Adams, and Lindblad that have all been assigned to the AHL waiting for a callup. On the defensive side, Rafeal Diaz was sent down after being beat out by Dylan McIlrath for the 7th spot. Having Rafeal Diaz and Brady Skjei ready if any of the top 7 faulter. In goal, the Rangers will be 4 deep once Mackenzie Skapski gets healthy, with Lundqvist, Raanta, and Hellberg ahead of him.

With the loss of Martin St. Louis, Cam Talbot, Carl Hagelin but gaining Stalberg, Raanta, Etem, and Stoll along with ading from inside the organization Oscar Lindberg and Dylan McIlrath, the Rangers seem to be stronger. Not only should Stoll and Lindberg make a major difference in the faceoff circle, but another year of a long playoff run should help players such as Miller, Hayes, Kreider, Fast, and Yandle.

To make the Playoffs, the Rangers will probably need 96 points. I will say that not only the players learned alot from the last two years, but also coach Vigneault. I espect him rotating players through the lineup due to the depth that the Rangers have. By rotating players in and out of the lineup he wil keep them fresh throughout the season and have a lineup that can win every night. I still wouldn't be surprised to see a few changes a week or two into the season to tweak the lineup and make the Rangers just a touch better than they are today.

LET'S DROP THE PUCK AND LET'S GO RANGERS!!!!




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