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 2003-04 New York Rangers Training Camp Coverage << Hockey Alliance  
  Sessions 1-4 Sunday
  The Rangers came out with a different look today, creating five lines that included several of the more promising prospects in camp so far.  The morning session started off once again with drills in the first session followed by a thirty minute scrimmage and some more drills in the second.  The lines for the first session turned out to be Rucinsky-Lindros-Carter, Murray-Holik-Ortmeyer, Simon-Messier-Stals, Cullen-Dusablon-Lawson and Wirll-Ulmer-Guite.   On defense, de Vries and Poti played together while Sloboda, Aufiero, Purinton, Jakopin, Nycholat and Wilson all dressed.  The goaltending was Markkanen, Meyer and St Germaine.

The afternoon sessions saw lines of Hlavac-Nedved-Kovalev, Barnaby-Moore-Lundmark, Petrovicky-Larose-Lacouture, Scott-Andrews-MacDonald and a fifth line that had Gernander and Wiseman skating with the mysterious #61 who I mistakenly identified as Ryan Cuthbert.  Mironov and Tjutin saw significant time together and Lampman spent time with Kasparaitis allowing State and Rawlyk to continue to be paired while Weller and Kinch shared duties.  Dunham, Osaer and Labarbera were in nets.

Again the Rangers worked on several drills, both skating and positioning.  One drill of particular interest featured an attempt to get the group of five players to move as a box in the offensive zone, putting pressure on a phantom puck carrier, represented by one of the coaching staff.  Again Sather and his assistants had the team skating hard, with "suicides", push-ups and other skating drills causing many of the players to end their second session breathing hard as they stretched for the final few minutes on the ice.

Today's sessions showed a steady progression, with several players putting in better performances than the previous days.  Chris Simon was one who looked as if he was participating a little more today, while Fedor Tjutin bounced back from yesterday's indifferent performance with a little more poise today.  Paul Healey finally hit the ice too (rib injury) although was limited to work in the non-contact drills, as was Malakhov earlier in the day.

It was clear though which players were trying to secure spots either on the team or in Hartford.  Petrovicky drew plenty of attention whenever he was on the ice during the scrimmage, while Moore, Murray, Ortmeyer and Stals all drew positive reviews and a chance to practice with some of the NHLers today.

Of the NHL roster, Lindros continued to play well and Carter stepped it up with several nice shots that found the net during the drills.  Lindros too drew applause when he scored in the morning scrimmage, converting a Rucinsky pass from behind the net.  Kasparaitis appeared to be enjoying camp, crying out each time his team scored a goal.

The overall sense is that many of the players are happier this year and are particularly pleased with the focus on drills instead of scrimmages, and perhaps too a smaller camp roster that allows more attention to be given to individual players.

Photos from Saturday morning's session can be found here

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September 29th, 2017

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

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  STANDINGS
  Team GP W L OT Pts  
  Capitals 20 14 2 4 32  
  Islanders 17 13 3 1 27  
  Bruins 18 11 3 4 26  
  Canadiens 18 10 5 3 23  
  Flyers 18 10 5 3 23  
  Penguins 18 10 6 2 22  
  Panthers 18 9 4 5 23  
  Maple Leafs 20 9 7 4 22  
  Hurricanes 18 10 7 1 21  
  Sabres 17 9 6 2 20  
  Lightning 15 8 5 2 18  
  Rangers 16 8 6 2 18  
  Blue Jackets 18 6 8 4 16  
  Senators 18 7 10 1 15  
  Red Wings 20 7 12 1 15  
  Devils 17 5 8 4 14  
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  Pos: Right Wing  
  GP: 57  
  G: 6  
  A: 8  
  Pts: 14  
  PIMs: 18  

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