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lias andersson

The Rangers officially recalled Lias Andersson and Filip Chytil yesterday, ending the speculation of when, not if, they would be called up. The 2017 first round picks will play for the rest of the season, something we’ve been waiting for since the rebuild was announced last month.

If the trade deadline was the setup for the new direction of the club, then the recalls –and hopefully legitimate playing time– of Andersson and Chytil represent the first step in the process. Chytil could turn into a legitimate top line talent, something the Rangers sorely need. Andersson will likely be a depth/middle-six guy. Something every team needs, but not something that gets them over the hump.

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Mar
18

Fogarty, Nieves score in Pack win

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Hartford Wolf Pack 4, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 1

Wilkes-Barre, PA, March 17, 2018 – Cole Schneider had a goal and an assist, and Chris Nell made 30 saves Saturday night at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza, to help the Hartford Wolf Pack to a 4-1 win over the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins.

The victory was Hartford’s second straight, after the Wolf Pack broke out of an 0-5-1-0 drought with a 4-3 shootout win over the Lehigh Valley Phantoms Friday night at home.

Dan DeSalvo had the game-winning goal for the Wolf Pack in Saturday’s game, and Steven Fogarty and Vinni Lettieri also scored. Daniel Sprong scored the only Wilkes-Barre/Scranton goal.

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Mar
17

Chytil scores again in Pack shootout win

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Hartford Wolf Pack 4, Lehigh Valley Phantoms 3 (SO)

Hartford, CT, March 16, 2018 – The Hartford Wolf Pack snapped an 0-5-1-0 drought Friday night at the XL Center, with a 4-3 shootout win over the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.

The Wolf Pack are now 5-0-0-0 on the year against the Phantoms, who lead the Atlantic Division with a 40-16-3-5 record.

Dan DeSalvo had the only goal of the shootout, and also scored in regulation, and Marek Mazanec made 28 saves and went 3-for-3 in the shootout, after having been out since January 19 due to an injury.

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Mar
13

When will we see Chytil and Andersson?

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lias andersson filip chytil

With Game 70 under the belt, we are in the home stretch of games. The Blueshirts have 12 games remaining until the season ends, and eyes are more on the kids and less on wins and losses. It is a bit refreshing to watch stress free hockey, but also a little depressing when you realize there is probably at least another year of this.

The good news is that we are expected to see 2017 first rounders Lias Andersson (7th) and Filip Chytil (21st) for the tail end of the season. The organization has confirmed they will be up with the Blueshirts for an extended look, and the question is when.

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libor hajek

First off, I would like to show my appreciation for the Rangers management realizing that a rebuild might be the best option in order to compete in future years. The Rangers began to trade off some fan favorites and target young players to try to jump start said rebuild. It is understandable that people may be upset that after the sell offs. since we didn’t get an absolute ‘A’ level prospect, but at the same time –in something like Ryan McDonagh’s case– would you move someone like Mikhail Sergachev for 1.25 years of McDonagh if the sides were flipped?

Most of the value the Rangers acquired is in the draft picks. Given the now deep center prospect depth, getting picks in a draft dominated by wingers and defensemen is pretty nice timing to help build hopefully a future contender. Based on who the Rangers have acquired, I envision a team being built that will come at you in waves. Filip Chytil looks like he can be a first liner, Lias Andersson looks like he will be a quality NHLer too. The Rangers as of now don’t have a franchise prospect (hopefully a draft lottery win can change that), but the pieces that we have recently acquired are the pieces that can potentially develop into key players that help separate contenders from pretenders. Quality depth is just as important as elite skill.

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Mar
04

Pack routed by Providence

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Providence Bruins 6, Hartford Wolf Pack 2

By Nick Ward

Hartford, CT, March 3, 2018 – The Hartford Wolf Pack lost for just second time in their last nine home games Saturday at the XL Center, falling to the Providence Bruins by a score of 6-2.

Six different Providence players scored, and Tommy Cross and Kenny Agostino had two assists apiece. Ryan Sproul and Gabriel Fontaine had third-period goals for the Wolf Pack.

“That is a good team,” Wolf Pack head coach Keith McCambridge said of the Bruins. “That’s a team that might be able to make a good push in the playoffs.”

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Mar
03

Pack storm back from three down, lose in OT

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Springfield Thunderbirds 5, Hartford Wolf Pack 4 (OT)

Springfield, MA, March 2, 2018 – The Hartford Wolf Pack battled back from 3-0 and 4-1 deficits against the Springfield Thunderbirds Friday night at the MassMutual Center, only to lose 5-4 in overtime.

Curtis Valk’s second goal of the game 29 seconds into overtime gave the Thunderbirds the win, after the Wolf Pack had scored three times in the third period, outshooting Springfield 19-1 in the frame. Vinni Lettieri scored twice in the third for Hartford, and Lias Andersson and Adam Tambellini had a goal and an assist apiece in the game. Dan DeSalvo had two assists.

Chase Balisy and Bobby Farnham had a goal and an assist each for the Thunderbirds, and Dryden Hunt had three assists.

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gordie clark

Jeff Gorton entered the trade deadline with a plan. His plan was to use his best assets to jump start a rebuild over the next few seasons. The plan so far is clear: Stockpile picks and solid, but not elite, prospects, and use picks to swing for the fences. It’s that last part that is now a critical success factor.

Rebuilds fail for many reasons. Looking at the Oilers and Sabres, they failed because teams didn’t surround their elite talent with good complimentary players. Connor McDavid and Jack Eichel, as generational talents they may be, have no help around them. Both teams fail spectacularly because their elite players cannot do it alone.

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Feb
26

Pack shut out by Providence

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Providence Bruins 2, Hartford Wolf Pack 0

Providence, RI, February 25, 2018 – Zane McIntyre stopped all 24 Hartford Wolf Pack shots Sunday at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center Providence, in a 2-0 Providence Bruin victory that gained the Bruins a split of a home-and-home series between the two teams.

The Wolf Pack had knocked off the Bruins by a score of 2-1 on Saturday night in Hartford.

Colton Hargrove and Austin Czarnik scored the Providence goals, both in the first period. Brandon Halverson made 36 saves in the Wolf Pack net.

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Hartford Wolf Pack 2, Providence Bruins 1

By Matt Morin

Hartford, CT, February 24, 2018 – Boo Nieves scored the game-winning goal on a second-period power play, and Chris Nell made 21 saves Saturday night at the XL Center, as the Hartford Wolf Pack defeated the Providence Bruins, 2-1, in front of a season-high crowd of 9,021.

Lias Andersson also scored for the Wolf Pack, who won for the seventh time in their last eight home games, and Peter Cehlarik had the only Providence goal.

Saturday night’s game was a defensive battle for the first thirty minutes, with neither team finding a way to put any pucks into the net, and the first goal of the game did not prove to be any different. Andersson hung tough in front of the net amongst a host of Bruins defenders and found a way to tap in a stopped shot from Brendan Smith, to break the 0-0 tie at 10:32 of the period.

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