Rangers lineup for tonight

Update 11:25am: These were the lines during the morning skate, as Kevin Hayes appears to be replacing the injured Derek Stepan. Also, it looks like Cam Talbot will be playing, not MacKenzie Skapski or Jason Missiaen. Carl Hagelin, J.T. Miller, Ryan Bourque Tanner Glass, Chris Mueller, Jesper Fast Ryan Malone, Matthew Lombardi, Martin St. Louis Chris Kreider, Kevin Hayes, Danny Kristo…

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Training camp roster divided into three teams

Per The Daily News, the training camp roster is divided into three teams: A, B, and C. When looking at the team makeup, Team C appears to be all kids that are headed to the AHL or Juniors sooner rather than later. Teams A and B appears to be a mix of vets, kids competing for spots, and prospects destined…

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Rangers training camp roster

The Rangers training camp roster has been announced, and it contains 63 players. The breakdown is 37 forwards, 20 defensemen, and 6 goalies. Some cuts are going to be sooner rather than later, as kids headed to Juniors will be returned to their respective teams. Here’s the breakdown of the players on the training camp roster: Forwards (37): Chris Bourque,…

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Poll: what to do with Cam Talbot

Cam Talbot has been an interesting story since joining the Rangers in Marty Biron’s stead at the beginning of last season. An undrafted free agent who blew the lid off his ceiling and went on to have a mini-breakout season as Henrik Lundqvist’s backup. He put up tremendous numbers (12-6-1, 1.64 GAA, .941 sv%), and by virtue of his age,…

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Rangers announce final cuts

The Rangers announced their final roster cuts this morning, assigning Chris Kreider, Oscar Lindberg, Marek Hrivik, Darroll Powe, Brandon Mashinter, Stu Bickel and Conor Allen to the Hartford Wolfpack.  Powe, Mashinter and Bickel must all clear waivers. The following players made the opening night roster: Forwards: Arron Asham, Brian Boyle, Derick Brassard, Ryan Callahan, Derek Dorsett, Jesper Fast, Carl Hagelin,…

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Rangers downed by Kings – Do. Not. Panic.

In another one sided preseason game, the Rangers were out of luck in Las Vegas as they lost 5-1 to the LA Kings including conceding the first goal inside 15 seconds. Jon Quick made 22 saves while the Kings scored two goals on the powerplay. On a night of few bright spots, JT Miller continued to play catch up after…

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Kristo among those sent to Hartford in today’s cuts

Per Andrew Gross, the Rangers have cut the following players, and sent them to the AHL’s Hartford Wolfpack: Goalies: Cam Talbot Defensemen: Tommy Hughes, Aaron Johnson, Dylan McIlrath, Danny Syvret Forwards: Micheal Haley, Michael Kantor, Andrew Yogan, Danny Kristo While most of these were predictable (I got 8 of 9 correct), Kristo being sent to the AHL is a bit…

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Miller, Staal, Allen with solid play in third preseason loss

The Rangers lost their third preseason game –and second straight– tonight in Edmonton, but it was not all negative. J.T. Miller and Connor Allen played extremely well tonight. Allen is leapfrogging kids on the depth chart very, very quickly. We all know about Miller’s potential, and the kid played will with Arron Asham and Chris Kreider. Marc Staal also showed…

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Preseason Game 4: Shaking off rust in Edmonton

The Rangers are in Edmonton tonight to take on the Oilers in their second of back-to-back games, and second of a four-in-five stretch to close out the preseason. The lines for tonight’s game have generated some discussion, particularly when you look at the forward lines. This is a team that needs to shake off the rust, but needs to give…

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Lines for tonight’s game against Edmonton

Per Steve Zipay, the lines for tonight’s game against Edmonton will be: Benoit Pouliot-Derick Brassard-Mats Zuccarello Marek Hrivik-Oscar Lindberg-Danny Kristo Micheal Haley-Dominic Moore-Derek Dorsett Chris Kreider-JT Miller-Arron Asham Ryan McDonagh-Dan Girardi Marc Staal-Conor Allen Aaron Johnson-Tommy Hughes Martin Biron (full game) Cam Talbot There are a few things worth noting here, first being Connor Allen on a pairing with Marc…

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