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News! The Calgary Flames, along with numerous other unknown teams, have reportedly been interested in center Kevin Hayes. What could a potential Hayes trade do for the Rangers organization?

It's no secret that Lias Andersson and Filip Chytil are among the top prospects in the New York Rangers organization. Both have showed progression since the day they were drafted. From the World Juniors in Buffalo to their first call ups from the AHL, Chytil and Andersson have given Ranger fans a sense of hope for the future. Andersson, the 7th overall selection in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft split the year in Sweden playing for Frolunda, and in the AHL playing for Hartford. Recording 5 goals and 9 assists for 14 points in 25 games, Andersson took advantage of the ice time he was given in North America. On the other hand, the 21st overall selection in the same draft year dazzled even more. Filip Chytil's surprising AHL start helped prove that he was an NHL ready player. The 18 year old put up 11 goals and 20 assists for 31 points in 46 games for the Hartford Wolfpack. Although Andersson plays more of a two-way game than Chytil, who has the higher ceiling? Which player become the #1 center of the future? Where will we see them in the Rangers opening lineup next year?

Chris Kreider
Age: 27
Height: 6’3”
Weight: 224lbs
Position: LW
Chris Kreider is without a doubt the best Rangers winger. When he was out of the lineup, you can tell they missed him severely. He only played in 58 games this season, earning 16 goals, 21 assist, and was a -2. He missed part of the season due to a blood clot. If he was healthy for most of the season he could’ve put up over 50 points and close to 25 goals. He’s definitely a big part to this Rangers rebuild and if they want to get better fast, they need to keep him. I’m gonna give him a B+. #LGR #NYR #NHL #Rangers #kreider #20

News! Yesterday it was reported that New York Rangers Assistant Coach Lindy Ruff is expected to remain behind the bench for next season. Ruff primarily worked with the team's defensive core throughout the year, which struggled greatly. Is this the right choice by the Rangers' management after an abysmal season defensively?

Jetzt auch mit Kofferraum. Passt genau Bordwerkzeug, 1L Motul RoadRacing und ein Verbandskasten rein. Reicht doch! #kreider #rs #blutgruppeeinszufünfzig #noschoolisliketheoldschool #einzylinder #zweitakt #Zweitaktliebe #sauerland #bing #homoet #lvs #genausoschnellwiediepolizeierlaubt #warfrüherauchnichtschneller

Mr. 1st Line Center.

Does Brady Skjei emerge as the Rangers' #1 defenseman next season? Skjei began his NHL career in 2015, and has continued to develop into a star blueliner since. Following a successful rookie season, he was named to the NHL's All-Rookie team in 2017 after recording 5 goals and 34 assists for 39 points. However, while many expected his play to improve greatly, Skjei took a step back this year, suffering under the "sophomore slump". He finished the season with 4 goals, 21 assists, for 25 points on a struggling Rangers team. With the movings of Ryan McDonagh and Nick Holden, is it expected to see Brady Skjei as the Rangers' top defenseman with Kevin Shattenkirk? Would this be too large of a role for the 24 year old, or would he thrive under the spotlight in New York?

1.) “Fuck, I’m gonna rip up New York.”
2.) “Fuck, am I supposed to smile?”
3.) “Fuck, I knew I shouldn’t have shotgunned 40 beers last night.”
4.) “Fuck, this sucks.”
5.) “Fuck you.”
6.) “Frick, reading is fun.”

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It’s been a rough couple days but I’m so grateful for these two. And our amazing family and friends that have been checking in and doing what they can no matter the distance. Especially thankful for Dan’s patience with my neediness. Alas I think it’s time he gets a break, I’ll be heading home to test my mother’s patience for a couple days 😬😝😂 #thankful #kreider #lovehim #puppylove

Expectations were high for young Russian forward Pavel Buchnevich when he first arrived in New York. Despite getting off to a slow start while dealing with injuries, the man who they call "Buch" showed flashes of what could be throughout his rookie season. Buchnevich improved his play greatly, getting off to a hot start in his sophomore season, putting up 9 goals and 11 assists for 20 points in 25 ganes played. Although Pavel's play regressed due to the injuries of Mika Zibanejad and Chris Kreider, he still continued to produce at a solid level for a player of 22 years old. Buch finished the year with 14 points, 29 assists for 43 points in 74 games. Upon Alain Vigneault's release, Buchnevich made it clear to Russian reporters that the bench boss affected his inconsistant play throughout the year. “Because everything depends on my confidence. When you do not think that the error will lead to consequences in the form of a reduction in playing time, then it is much easier for me. But everything turned out differently. A couple of matches you are doing well, in the third you do not show yourself and instantly find yourself in the fourth (line) with a five-minute playing time. It’s hard. Moreover, you are still told, they say, where are your qualities, show me. And you’re doing ten minutes with the majority on the ice,” Buchnevich stated. Vigneault had a history of being incapable to develop young talent in Vancouver, and this has now been exposed by Buchnevich as well. Under a more youthful developing coach David Quinn, how will Buchnevich perform? Will Buch raise his ceiling even more next year? Could he potentially become the star that the Rangers have been lacking for so many years?

We salute. Happy Memorial Day Rangerstown! 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Love these two💘

Beautiful day for a short hike and lunch in the park.
#dogsofinstagram #chittenangofalls #sunnyday #summer #nofilter #kreider

Virtually 0 pictures where taken during our little road trip but this is by far my favorite of the few we have.
#roadtrip #akita #puppylife #sleepingbeauty #kreider

Coach Q's first press conference in New York 🔊🔊🔊

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