Around the Farm: Wolf Pack win opener in OT

The Hartford Wolf Pack won their opener tonight, winning in overtime to beat Syracuse 4-3. Oscar Lindberg had a pair of goals, including the OT winner, and Mat Bodie had two assists in the victory. Chris Mueller had a goal and an assist and Marek Hrivik added another goal. Lots of prospects were in action tonight too. Wolf Pack (OTW…

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Around the Farm: Halverson remains perfect

Brandon Halverson remains perfect this season at 6-0-0, stopping 34 of 38 shots en route to a 7-4 victory for the Soo Greyhounds. The Greyhounds and the Erie Otters (Troy Donnay’s team) are the only two teams with undefeated records in the OHL through six games. At the time this posted, the Portland Winterhawks game did not finish. OHL Troy…

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Around the Farm: Donnay notches two points in OHL season debut

Troy Donnay, recently re-assigned by the Hartford Wolf Pack to the Erie Otters of the OHL for his over-age season, notched a goal and an assist while serving as alternate captain in an 8-3 win over the Kitchener Rangers last night. A lot of prospects were in action last night as well. OHL Troy Donnay (Erie Otters, W 8-3): 1…

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Around the Farm: Buchnevich with another point in loss

Pavel Buchnevich notched an assist in yesterday’s 4-3 loss to Vityaz. Buchnevich had the primary assist on Severstal’s first goal, but Severstal couldn’t hold their 3-0 lead, giving up four straight to Vityaz. Here’s the stat line for prospects in action yesterday’s action, sorry for the delay. KHL Pavel Buchnevick (Severstal, L 4-3): 0 G, 1 A, 0 PIM, Even…

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Around the Farm: Halverson remains perfect

Brandon Halverson improved to 5-0-0 tonight, as the Soo Greyounds pounced on the Sudbury Wolves by a score of 6-1. The Greyhounds limited the Wolves to just 16 shots on goal, in which Halverson stopped 15 of them. Halverson was the only prospect in action today.  OHL Brandon Halverson (Soo Greyhounds): 16 shots, 15 saves

Video: Absurd Pavel Buchnevich goal

It’s a little slow today, so I figured I’d share this video of Rangers prospect Pavel Buchnevich schooling the competition for a goal. This is obscene, holy danglefest. He should be coming over to the US next year when his KHL contract is up.

Wolf Pack announces more roster moves

The Hartford Wolf Pack made a flurry of moves yesterday after the Rangers announced their final cuts. The Pack made 12 roster cuts, reassigning guys to the ECHL, releasing guys from tryouts, and sending guys to the OHL. Reassigned by the New York Rangers from the Wolf Pack to Greenville (ECHL): Forwards (1): Michael St. Croix Loaned by the Wolf…

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Around the Farm: Weekend/Monday round up

This was an insanely busy weekend with holidays and weddings and other stuff. Sorry I didn’t get a chance to post the ATF over the weekend, but here’s the round up from this weekend and tonight. The NCAA season is in full swing, meaning it’s just the AHL and ECHL seasons that need to get going. It’s officially hockey season…

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As Rangers continue to make cuts, several prospect’s futures unclear

The Rangers have been whittling down their roster in the past few weeks as they approach Thursday’s season opener. Many of the players that have already been cut won’t have a future with the franchise, but some players futures have yet to be decided. With the roster due to be finalised within the next 24 hours, we take a look…

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Wolf Pack roster cuts: Skapski, Nicholls assigned to ECHL

The Hartford Wolf Pack announced their first set of roster moves during camp and preseason, trimming the roster of ten players. These moves are in conjunction with the Rangers second round of cuts, made on Wednesday: Reassigned by the New York Rangers from the Wolf Pack to Greenville (ECHL): Goaltenders (1): Mackenzie Skapski Forwards (1): Josh Nicholls Released from training…

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