Is it time for the NY Rangers to break up the Kid Line? The numbers suggest it, but how will it impact team chemistry on the ice?
The NY Rangers Kid Line has been fantastic for the Blueshirts, but the production and excitement come at a cost of roster construction.
Filip Chytil deserves a shot to be the NY Rangers 2nd line center. With all the offensive struggles, why not try something that worked previously?
The Rangers top right wing spot appears to be a big hole on the roster. But how big of a concern is it? Can the Rangers just tread water?
What will the Rangers bottom 6 look like this season? What will their roles be? What is the bottom 6’s identity?
What will the Rangers top 6 look like this season? Where will the kids play? There are many options, and we may not get an answer until December.
What is the expected Rangers bottom six role? It’s been difficult to figure out, as the roster is so thin the Rangers can’t dress the roster they want.
Is the Rangers fourth line good enough? As currently constructed, likely not. But after the deadline? Maybe.
What is wrong with the Rangers top line? They are generating a number of quality chances, but have just two goals at even strength.
The Rangers top line needs fixing, as it is currently the only line not pulling its weight at even strength. The solution is simple, add more skill.