Category Archives: IN THE SYSTEM
New York Rangers Hockey is back! I say again, NEW YORK RANGERS HOCKEY IS BACK! Ok, ok, I know it is just pre-season but can anyone honestly say they weren’t pumped at seeing Neil Pionk spin his way to pre-season glory against the Islanders? And oh by the way, Lias Andersson assisted on that goal and made his presence known throughout the night. Read more
Signed by Hartford in the off-season, Scott Kosmachuk is a twenty three year prospect that could provide long-term service in the organization if he performs well this upcoming season. Read more
Blueshirts fans should be smiling. Why? Well of course the Rangers beat the Devils last night in overtime which is always an amazing thing but if these past two preseason games have taught us anything it’s that the future is bright on Broadway. The talent the Rangers possess is something to get excited for.
The Rangers announced today that they have started to trim their roster ahead of the 2017-18 season.
Here is my Quick Hits recap of the Rangers 1-0 overtime win over the Islanders. Read more
On Wednesday, the Wolf Pack announced the signing of forward Scott Kosmachuk to a one year, American Hockey League contract. Last season, Kosmachuk registered 28 points (11 goals, 17 assists) in 58 games with the Manitoba Moose, as well as recording 47 penalty minutes. In addition to playing with the Moose, the forward spent eight games with the Winnipeg Jets, recording three assists.
Joe Whitney is another recognizable name for Wolf Pack fans. The 29-year-old forward entered the American Hockey League in the 2011-12 season with the Albany Devils and was with the Devils organization for four seasons. Afterwards, he joined the Bridgeport Sound Tigers in the 2015-16 season. That season, Whitney played 36 games before suffering a season ending injury. Last year, in his first full season back from recovery, the forward spent time with the San Antonio Rampage (55 games) and the Tucson Roadrunners (19 games). He recorded a total of 36 points between the two clubs. Joe Whitney is looking forward to getting back to his dominant offensive ways. Before his injury in the 2015-16 season, Whitney averaged between 44 and 60 points per season.
The Rangers rookies played their second game of the Traverse City tournament this afternoon against youngsters from the Carolina Hurricanes. There where three lineup changes with Luc Smith, Nicolas Werbik, and Brenden Kotyk drew into the lineup. Robin Kovacs, Malte Stromwall, and Sergei Zborovskiy were healthy scratches.