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The Broadway Doughnuts?

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This time last year, there was plenty of reason for optimism amongst Rangers fans. They brought their most highly regarded prospect, Pavel Buchnevich over, from Russia. They defied all of the hockey insiders by signing Jimmy Vesey to add to an already talented group of forwards. Trade acquisitions Mika Zibanejad and Nick Holden, along with a full season of another rookie, Brady Skjei, added to the intrigue of a fairly complete, and well-rounded squad. But this year feels different to me.

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Where does Pavel Buchnevich fit in the lineup for next season?

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With both Derek Stepan and Oscar Lindberg gone from the Rangers lineup, the team’s forward corps is set to take a different form this upcoming season. Others will be counted on to replace their production and solidify the team’s lineup. One of those players will be Pavel Buchnevich. Buchnevich didn’t exactly light up the score sheet during his first season on Broadway, but he certainly showed flashes of the player he could become for the Rangers. He scored some pretty impressive goals. So where does he fit in the lineup next season? That answer is simple.

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In 2017 NHL Entry Draft New York Rangers Select…

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As of earlier this afternoon, the Rangers traded Derek Stepan and Antti Raanta to Arizona in exchange for Anthony DeAngelo and the 7th overall pick in tonight’s draft. This gives the Rangers 2 picks in the 1st round tonight the seventh pick and 21st pick. Moving into the seventh spot there will be some really good talent to chose from. We will see if the end up moving the 21st pick before the draft.

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The Rangers have cap space and holes. Here’s how to fill them

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The Rangers have traded Antti Raanta and Derek Stepan to Arizona, as well as Oscar Lindberg being selected by Vegas, Jeff Gorton now has a lot of cap space to complete his roster for next season. But with these moves, the Rangers have lost two centermen and a backup goalie that need replacing. Add in Dan Girardi’s buyout, and Gorton will have to find all the right pieces to fill in those gaps.

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