This afternoon Chris Drury signed his second player for the Wolf Pack, bringing in forward Dan DeSalvo. DeSalvo joins Hartford through an American Hockey League deal (signing does not affect the Rangers cap). Last season, he recorded 40 points (18 goals, 22 assists) in 66 games with the Manitoba Moose. In addition to playing with Manitoba, he spent time with the Tulsa Oilers of the ECHL, recording 13 points (6 goals, 7 assists) in 12 games.
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New York Rangers prospect Nicklas Jensen, who is currently a restricted free agent, has signed a 1-year contract with Jokerit of the KHL. Since Nicklas came to the organization in a trade with Vancouver for Emerson Etem, he has been assigned to the team’s minor league affiliate, the Hartford Wolf Pack. Despite being a call up on a couple of occasions, he couldn’t keep himself with the big club long enough to call it home.
The Hartford Wolfpack announced on Thursday the signing of Minnesota-Duluth defenseman Brenden Kotyk. Kotyk, who stands at a whopping 6’6″, 240 pounds, has a lot of work left to do if he wants to make his way into an NHL roster. He put up 13 points (3G, 10A) this year for UMD, and held a plus-minus rating of+20, all career bests. He was one of the team’s assistant captains and won the Goldie Wolfe Award, given to the most inspirational player at UMD.
With the Rangers’ present mindset it seems only necessary that the club has a strong AHL team to insure the future, so with that said, let’s take a look at the Rangers’ AHL affiliate, the Hartford Wolf Pack. Read more
Coming into the 2013-2014 hockey season, Conor Allen was a relative nobody. That, of course, changed quickly. Read more
In light of Chris Kreider missing time with an undisclosed hand injury, and Dan Carillo and Dom Moore not fitting into the top nine Read more
It’s been a busy week or so for the NYR, here is a quick list of moves they made while we all focused on the Big Club. Read more
FTR has learned that Jim Schoenfeld was overheard laughing when asked about the rumors of Glen Sather’s possible retirement. Read more
Week four of the playoff hunt is behind us, and the Pack had a decent showing going 2-1-1-0 picking up five of a possible eight points.
When the topic of most improved Rangers Prospect comes up, the list should start and end with Dylan McIlrath. Read more