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Around the Farm: Braden Schneider with big 4 assist game

Braden Schneider must have read that he doesn’t have the same offensive talent as Nils Lundkvist, and it looks like he took it personally (insert Michael Jordan meme here). Schneider had four assists in Brandon’s 5-1 win on Sunday. He now has five goals and 22 assists this season.

Across the pond, we will need to wait for Lauri Pajuniemi to sign. TPS advanced to the next round in the Liiga playoffs.

AHL

  • Forwards
    • Morgan Barron:
      • Season Stats: 20 GP, 10 G, 9 A, 20 PIM, +7
    • Will Cuylle:
      • Season Stats: 15 GP, 2 G, 3 A, 30 PIM, -3
    • Austin Rueschhoff:
      • Season Stats: 19 GP, 4 G, 2 A, 18 PIM, -6
    • Justin Richards:
      • Season Stats: 17 GP, 4 G, 6 A, 10 PIM, +5
    • Patrick Khodorenko:
      • Season Stats: 18 GP, 3 G, 4 A, 4 PIM, +2
    • Tim Gettinger:
      • Season Stats: 20 GP, 7 G, 9 A, 16 PIM, +3
    • Ty Ronning:
      • Season Stats: 14 GP, 9 G, 7 A, 6 PIM, +4
  • Defensemen
    • Tarmo Reunanen:
      • Season Stats: 20 GP, 3 G, 12 A, 4 PIM, -2
    • Hunter Skinner:
      • Season Stats: 6 GP, 1 G, 1 A, 0 PIM, -1
      • ECHL Stats: 26 GP, 7 G, 10 A, 19 PIM, -5
      • 2021 World Juniors stats: 1 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 PIM, Even
  • Goalies

KHL

  • Yegor Rykov (CSKA, L 2-1, trail Gagarian Cup Finals 3-2): 13:16 TOI, 3 SOG
    • Season stats: 48 GP, 0 G, 9 A, 10 PIM, +11
    • Playoff stats: 15 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 2 PIM, +1
  • Vitali Kravtsov (Traktor)
    • Season stats: 49 GP, 16 G, 8 A, 12 PIM, +8
    • Playoff stats: 5 GP, 2 G, 2 A, 0 PIM, -2

SHL

  • Adam Edstrom (Rogle, L 4-1, lead series 2-1): 2 PIM, 11:42 TOI
    • Season stats: 43 GP, 3 G, 7 A, 33 PIM, +6
    • Playoffs stats: 7 GP, 3 G, 3 A, 6 PIM, +6
  • Nils Lundkvist (Lulea)
    • Season stats: 52 GP, 14 G, 18 A, 30 PIM, -1
    • Playoff stats: 7 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 4 PIM, -4
  • Karl Henriksson (Frolunda)
    • Season stats: 44 GP, 1 G, 6 A, 18 PIM, -7
    • Playoffs stats: 4 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 0 PIM, -3
  • Hugo Ollas (Linkoping)
    • SHL stats: 2 GP, 1.99 GAA, .903 SV%
    • Allsvenskan stats: N/A
    • J20 stats: 9 GP, 2.20 GAA, .906 SV%

Liiga

  • Lauri Pajuniemi (TPS, W 2-1, win series 3-2): 1 A, +1, 4 PIM, 15:22 TOI
    • Season stats: 48 GP, 22 G, 16 A, 38 PIM, +12
    • Playoff stats: 5 GP, 1 G, 3 A, 6 PIM, +1
  • Leevi Aaltonen (KooKoo)
    • Liiga stats: 22 GP, 1 G, 4 A, 4 PIM, -1
    • Mestis (IPK loan) stats: 5 GP, 3 G, 3 A, 0 PIM, Even

Allsvenskan

  • Jakob Ragnarsson (Timra, best of 7 series tied 1-1):
    • Season stats: 43 GP, 1 G, 5 A, 28 PIM, +12
    • Playoff stats: 10 GP, 0 G, 2 A, 4 PIM, +3
  • Olof Lindbom (Mora)
    • Season stats: 24 GP, 3.46 GAA, .875 SV%
  • Oliver Tarnstrom (AIK)
    • HockeyEttan stats: 18 GP, 7 G, 3 A, 0 PIM, -2
    • Allsvenskan stats: 9 GP, 0 G, 0 A, 2 PIM, -4
    • SuperElit J20 stats: 12 GP, 4 G, 4 A, 4 PIM, +6

WHL

  • Matthew Robertson (Edmonton Oil Kings, W 3-2): 1 A
    • Season Stats: 18 GP, 4 G, 14 A, 18 PIM, +23
  • Braden Schneider (Brandon Wheat Kings, W 5-1): 4 A, +4
    • Season Stats: 21 GP, 5 G, 22 A, 8 PIM, +25
    • 2021 World Juniors stats: 5 GP, 1 G, 2 A, 25 PIM, +8
    • AHL Stats: 2 GP, 0 G, 1 A, 0 PIM, +2
  • Matt Rempe (Seattle Thunderbirds, L 4-1): DNP
    • Season Stats: 8 GP, 1 G, 4 A, 12 PIM, Even
  • Dylan Garand (Kamloops Blazers, W 2-0): 18 saves
    • Season Stats: 11 GP, 2.27 GAA, .911 SV%
    • AHL Stats: 2 GP, 3.68 GAA, .839 SV%
    • 2021 World Juniors stats: 0 GP (third string goalie)

NCAA

  • Zac Jones (UMass Amherst)
    • Season Stats: 29 GP, 9 G, 15 A, 8 PIM, +17
  • Eric Ciccolini (Michigan)
    • Season Stats: 24 GP, 7 G, 4 A, 8 PIM, +11
  • Brett Berard (Providence)
    • Season Stats: 18 GP, 5 G, 5 A, 16 PIM, -3
    • 2021 World Juniors stats; 6 GP, 1 G, 4 A, 0 PIM, +8
  • Riley Hughes (Northeastern)
    • Season Stats: 20 GP, 6 G, 4 A, 4 PIM, -7

Stats per EliteProspects.com

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  • I really don’t envy the front office and the decisions that will have to be made regarding our defensive prospects — and I can’t believe we couldn’t net ourselves a top flight prospect at Center with one or two of them, at least with the current hype.

    • Agreed with you but what a great ‘problem’ to have!!! This off season will show us what they are planning to do….trade a stud dman prospect for stud center prospect or package a young dman prospect with other players to get an established center….can’t wait!!!

    • I don’t see that there is any hurry. So far, for next year, the Rangers have 11 defensemen under contract (including DeAngelo), 4 RFAs, with only Lundqvist on the reserve list worth signing. If they dispatch DeAngelo, Rykov, and Crawley, they will be left with only 13. That’s actually fairly thin, requiring a few more warm bodies.

      They have plenty of opportunity to try to develop everyone and see which are the real deal and which are not. Sobering story: a few years back they got Hajek and Lindgren at the same time. Everyone (except Walt IIRC) knew which of the two was more valuable. But everyone was wrong.

      I preach patience. Develop and evaluate all of the prospects. Come December or January, there will be a few teams that know it is not happening for them and will be eager to trade established talent for prospects. Except for acquiring next year’s version of Blackwell, Rooney, Johnson, the Rangers sit on their hands this offseason – except for inking some players to extensions.

      • Ray…I am patient as well and am in no rush to trade any of our prospects. However, I think management has other ideas as they don’t want to waste prime years of Panarin and Zib.

      • There’s no rush to trade any of them unless the FO already has an idea of what the true upside with each of them is without seeing them all play “NHL games” — and they want to strike a deal while the hype is at its’ maximum … or if the right deal for a top flight Center prospect comes along.

    • The alternatives are to shuttle someone to Hartford or trade Lundkvist. We’ll have to see how the offense translates to the NHL, with both of them. Schneider’s greatest asset though is the nastiness/physical factor … the same for Robertson versus Jones.

  • Stating the obvious, what a great problem to have! There is so much promising young talent. During the next two off-seasons, the front office will obviously have to decide who is “untradeable” and who can bring back veteran assets to complete the puzzle. Great position to be in…..IF they make the right evaluations of course. 🙂

    • That last IF is the big problem … usually teams don’t have that tough a call to make (times 2).

  • Do you know looking back at the trades we made with Tampa and the devils the best things that came from that other picks the players for the most part stunk we got taken but there’s no denying the talent we have stockpiled But we have to play this smart and we have time time is on our side nothing wrong with putting some of these kids in Hartford for at least a year give me a chance to play next level hockey

  • Embarrassment of riches. We won’t have room for all. Schneider and Lundkvist are the cream but the others (including Jones) not far behind.

    Ideally we swap with center rich LAK for win-wins.

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