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A 50/50 Day

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Sunday was a pretty quiet day with just four games with Ranger prospects playing and the results were a 50/50 day with nobody standing out. These days will happen when the prospects play schedules like thre games in three or four days. Keegan Iverson (2014 third) and his Portland Winterhawks were playing the third game in three nights when they …

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A Night For Goalies

In Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Friday night was very much a night for goalies as the two goalies playing in North America only allowed one goal each to help lead their teams to wins. Adam Huska (2015 seventh) and Brandon Halverson (2014 second) are both looking like their time at the World Under-20 Championships helped fine tune their performances. Adam Huska has been the top …

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Rangers Dominance Against Hurricanes Continues

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

The Rangers have started to resemble the Eastern Conference power they once were in recent weeks. For the first time since late November, the Blueshirts have won back-to-back games, defeating the Carolina Hurricanes 4-1. J.T. Miller tallied two goals in the span of two minutes and 10 seconds in the second period to put the game out of reach for …

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Heating Up A Bit

In Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

It may not be much but it looks like the Ranger prospects out west are heating up a bit on offense. We will not see a 40 goal or 100 point scorers but anything over 30 is more than welcome. Brad Morrison (2015 fourth) scored twice to earn the game’s second star but it was not enough for his Prince …

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Miller Rises to the Occasion, Lifts Rangers in OT

In News by Scott Charles

Hockey can often be an unforgiving sport but on Tuesday evening at Madison Square Garden, the New York Rangers earned two points that they thoroughly deserved by defeating the Vancouver Canucks 3-2 in overtime. The Rangers outplayed the Canucks for most of the contest, registering 49 shots compared to Vancouver’s 20. But New York’s comeback was not complete until former …

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Rangers Continue to Struggle With Consistency

In Blueshirt Bulletin Main Blog by Scott Charles

The Rangers seemed to have control in the first period of Sunday’s game in the Nation’s Capital but a couple of bad penalties prevented the Blueshirts from capitalizing on their early momentum and resulted in a 5-2 loss. Power forward Chris Kreider was able to work his way to the front of the net and redirect a puck past Capitals …

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Give Him The Hat

In Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

A Hat Trick highlights the Saturday New York Ranger prospect report as this was just the second hat trick of the season. This has not been the most productive offensive seasons by the prospects and it is going to highlight the need for the Rangers to draft and develop a legit scorer. Brad Morrison (2015 fourth) earned his first ever …

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Power Play Goals

In Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

A pretty decent Friday night for the New York Ranger prospects helped in part by a couple of prospects scoring power play goals. Offense has at times been inconsistent with goals even harder to find from the prospects this season as only two prospects have more than ten goals to their name. Ryan Gropp (2015 second) has been the leading …

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Battling Prospects

In News, Prospect Park by Jess Rubenstein

Wednesday night had just two games but it was two key games with the Ranger’s WHL prospects battling each other. All four prospects and their teams are fighting for playoff spots, two teams looking for possible division titles, one a higher seed and one trying to make the playoffs. Sergey Zborovskiy (2015 third) and his Regina Pats were in Portland …