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Author: Zach Nicolaides

Analyzing the Ranger Players Who Benefitted From the Pause

Reading Time: 2 minutesAfter a worldwide pandemic shutdown the National Hockey League on March 12th, hockey has finally returned. As we inch closer to the Stanley Cup qualifying rounds, let’s look at three New York Rangers who benefited from the hiatus and look to be better than ever for hockey’s return. Kaapo Kakko After struggling in his rookie season, Kaapo Kakko took this long break as an opportunity to better himself as a player. He’s gotten much stronger and smarter on the ice according to coaches and reporters who attended training camp. The young winger treated the break as...

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Possible Outcomes for a Lias Andersson Trade

Reading Time: 2 minutesWith the recent news of former seventh overall pick Lias Andersson deciding to remain in Sweden instead of joining the New York Rangers for training camp, let’s look at some possible trade destinations for the young forward. The only way he’ll be able to return to the NHL is via trade after refusing to be apart of the Rangers organization. This was a result of the 21 year old Swedish forward not living up to expectations and severely underperforming. Edmonton Oilers The first possible deal is a clean one for one swap with the Edmonton Oilers....

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