Prospect Info: Rangers Prospects Thread (Stats in Post #1; Updated 5.29.18)

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  1. nyr2k2 Can't Beat Him

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    **INFORMATION CURRENT AS OF: TUESDAY 5/29/2018**
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    NORTH AMERICAN JUNIOR PROSPECTS -- OHL, QMJHL, USHL, WHL, Others
    # Player Pos. Sh. DOB Ht. Wt. GP G A P +/- PIM Team/League Drafted
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    COLLEGE PROSPECTS -- NCAA
    #Player Pos. Sh. DOB Ht. Wt. Yr. GP G A P +/- PIM Team/Conference Drafted
    27Barron, MorganCL12/2/986'3"208So.Cornell Big Red/ECACR6 #174 2017 (NYR)
    29Nanne, TylerD/FR3/17/965'11"183Jr.Minnesota Golden Gophers/B10R5 #142 2014 (NYR)
    #PlayerPos.Glv.DOBHt.Wt.Yr.GPWLTGAASV%SOTeam/ConferenceDrafted
    30Húska, AdamGL5/12/976'4"205Jr.UConn Huskies/HER7 #184 2015 (NYR)
    33Wall, TylerGL1/14/986'3"217Jr.UMass Lowell River Hawks/HER6 #174 2016 (NYR)
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    INTERNATIONAL PROSPECTS -- KHL, Liiga, SHL, Others
    #PlayerPos.Sh.DOBHt.Wt.GPGAP+/-PIMTeam/LeagueDrafted
    Bernhardt, Daniel RWL4/11/966'2"190R4 #119 2015 (NYR)
    31Lakatoš, DominikCL4/8/975'11"179HC Bílí Tygři Liberec/CZER6 #157 2017 (NYR)
    11Reunanen, Tarmo DL3/1/986'0"179Rauman Lukko/LiigaR4 #98 2016 (NYR)
    57 Rykov, YegorD L 4/14/976'2" 216 SKA St. Petersburg/KHL R5 #132 2016 (NJD)
    5Själin, Calle DL9/2/996'1"176Leksands IF/HAR5 #145 2017 (NYR)
    Virta, Patrik CR3/6/965'9"181R7 #207 2017 (NYR)
    #PlayerPos.Glv.DOBHt.Wt.GPWLOTLGAASV%SOTeam/LeagueDrafted
    30Shestyorkin, Igor GL12/30/956'1"183SKA St. Petersburg/KHLR4 #118 2014 (NYR)
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    NORTH AMERICAN PROFESSIONAL PROSPECTS -- AHL, ECHL, NHL
    #PlayerPos.Sh.DOB Ht.Wt.GPGAP+/-PIMTeam/LeagueDrafted
    Andersson, Lias $ C L 10/13/986'0"204R1 #7 2017 (NYR)
    Bigras, Chris $D L 2/22/95 6'1" 190 R2 #32 2013 (COL)
    Chytil, Filip $ CL9/5/996'2"202R1 #21 2017 (NYR)
    Crawley, Brandon $ DL2/2/976'1"205R4 #123 2017 (NYR)
    Day, Sean $ D L 1/9/98 6'3" 230 R3 #81 2016 (NYR)
    Fogarty, Steven $CR4/19/936'3"215R3 #72 2011 (NYR)
    Fontaine, Gabriel $CL4/30/976'1"191R6 #171 2016 (NYR)
    Gettinger, Tim $ LW L 4/14/98 6'6" 218 R5 #141 2016 (NYR)
    Gilmour, John $DL5/17/936'0"195UDFA 2016 (NYR)
    Gropp, Ryan $ LWL9/16/966'2"187R2 #41 2015 (NYR)
    Hájek, Libor $ D L 2/4/98 6'4" 210 R2 #37 2016 (TB)
    Howden, Brett $ C L 3/29/98 6'3" 198 R1 #27 2016 (TB)
    Leedahl, Dawson $LWL3/19/966'1"200UDFA 2017 (NYR)
    Lettieri, Vinni $CR2/6/955'11"195UDFA 2017 (NYR)
    Lindgren, Ryan $ D L 2/11/98 6'0" 198R2 #49 2016 (BOS)
    Lindqvist, Michael $ RW R 9/12/94 5'11" 172 UDFA 2018 (NYR)
    Meskanen, Ville $ RW R 10/2/95 6'1" 181 UDFA 2018 (NYR)
    Nieves, Boo $CL1/23/946'3"200R2 #59 2012 (NYR)
    O'Gara, Rob $DL 7/6/93 6'4" 215R5 #151 2011 (BOS)
    Pedrie, Vince $DL1/7/946'0"195UDFA 2017 (NYR)
    Pionk, Neal $DR7/29/956'0"190UDFA 2017 (NYR)
    Ronning, Ty $ RW R 10/20/97 5'9" 172 R7 #201 2016 (NYR)
    #PlayerPos.Glv.DOBHt.Wt.GPWLOTLGAASV%SOTeam/LeagueDrafted
    Georgiev, Alexandar $GL2/10/966'1"180UDFA 2017 (NYR)
    Halverson, Brandon $GL3/29/966'4"208R2 #59 2014 (NYR)
    Nell, Chris $GL9/2/946'1"190UDFA 2017 (NYR)
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  2. nyr2k2 Can't Beat Him

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    New thread to be updated once we know our draft haul.
     
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    DeAngelo is still considered a prospect correct? He only played 39 NHL, HF prospect criteria is 65 games.

    (mainly the question is so he is added to the prospect polls in a few days)
     
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    I would assume so!!
     
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    Yeah definitely. I mean he'll hit the games cutoff this year but he's still good to go.

    Thing is, HF proper is now defunct so we can really go by whatever standards we want.
     
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    Where are Andersson and Chytil going to play next season?
     
  7. Irishguy42 Mr. Preachy

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    Andersson could come play in NA. Not sure what Rangers want.

    I imagine Chytil remains with current team.
     
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    From the reading I've been doing here, and based on the fact that Oscar and Marek are gone...I'd say Andersson has an absolutely legit shot at #4 C if he impresses in camp. I mean...who is his competition? Nieves? I hope he crosses the pond and grabs a 4th line C spot right away.

    I know nothing about Chytil...but he's really young. Stay in Europe for another year?
     
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    The Czech league is terrible. Bring Chytil over. AHL.

    Andersson might be able to compete for a roster spot this season. If not, send him back to Sweden.
     
  10. Ranger Spice New York City Shall Always Reign Supreme

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    We could always sign Paul Gastad for his face-off abilities :sarcasm:




    Oh and of course then flip him for a first rounder
     
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    Think he's ready? ECHL would be my guess.
     
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    Yeah.....no. :P
     
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    Either is fine, really. Let his play dictate his league.

    I want him playing in a men's league in NA.

    I would say that its fine to play in KHL, Liiga or SHL, but you can't control his minutes there, so NA it is.

    No sense going to play junior and scoring 100 points after playing pro hockey already, and the Czech League is not going to prepare a player for the NHL.
     
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    Why, so he can proceed not to put up any points in the AHL and you can bash him all year like Kovacs?

    Let him put up points in the Czech league, scoring 8 points last year isn't exactly lighting it up. There is no rush with him.
     
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    Chytil is so young that I'm not worried about his league. Even if he's playing in the Czech Extraliga, which has taken quite a hit in the past decade, he's still playing against men and that's still a positive for his development. He's not a superstar and he's unlikely to dominate that league so it could still be beneficial for him. I'd rather he play there than the ECHL.
     
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    He got little ice time. He was 17 almost all of the season, was 16 at the beginning of it.

    He wasn't picked in the first round due to his stats this year. Give him more ice time, let him develop, and he should be able to keep up at the AHL level. If not, ECHL is fine, also. But I think both are good enough for the AHL.
     
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    I'm not putting down his point total, I'd just prefer if he played a full season there before coming over. Like you said, he's very young.
     
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    Prospect pool got a huge boost today.

    This is a nice top-5 prospect list:

    1. Shestyorkin
    2. De'Angelo
    3. Andersson
    4. Chytil
    5. Graves/Day/Pionk
     
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    Vice versa, IMO. Think Chytil would benefit coming over. Even though he plays against pros in Czech league, HC Zlin is not a good team. They were on the verge of relegation this past season. Think he could benefit going to the SHL, instead.

    Andersson, however, could actually push for a bottom 6 role next season with NYR, IMO, but think he stays one more year with HV71.

    Edit: If he goes back to Sweden, he'll be playing for Frolunda, not HV71. My mistake....
     
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    Drop the slash after Graves, and I agree.
     
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    If DeAngelo is worth more than 7OA, the trade is a big win for the Rangers.
     
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    At the moment he is, he is a current NHL player at 21 years old.
     
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    Where would Bear Gloves fit in? Or is he too old?
     
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    What? Did you even check what his average TOI was? 13 mins and it got closer to 17 mins later in the season. Not sure what ice time you expect a 17 year old to get.
    Seems like you just made up your own argument for him coming over, which would be imo be a wrong decision given he should be Zlin's 1C/2C next year.
     
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    Agreed. Let Andersson light it up with Dahlin in the SHL. Chytil would be interesting in a sheltered AHL role, but I'm iffy about him staying in the Czech league.

    I believe he's 24 already, so while I think he technically can be considered a prospect, I wouldn't consider him one. I believe at his stage right now he will be a top AHL dmen or a good 3rd pairing guy immediately with a lot of room for improvement from there. He reminds me of a Brendan Smith type of player.
     
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