#Morgan Barron

Around the Farm: Evan Vierling with goal in loss

Evan Vierling, another high ceiling NY Rangers prospect that hasn’t put up the numbers yet, had a goal last night in Barrie’s 4-3 loss. The goal was Vierling’s sixth and his 13th point in 17 games. The numbers aren’t as sexy as OHL counterparts Brennan Othmann and Will Cuylle, but they are slowly climbing.
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Around the Farm: Wil Cuylle notches 15th goal

Of the NY Rangers prospects this year, the one playing well with the least amount of coverage so far has been Will Cuylle. Cuylle, who played in the AHL last year due to COVID, recorded his 15th goal of the season yesterday and is having just as strong of a year as Brennan Othmann. The Rangers really seem to have hit on both, but naturally they do need more time.
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Around the Farm: Hugo Ollas stops 19 of 21 in Merrimack’s win

Hugo Ollas, the enormous goalie the Rangers took in the 7th round of the 2020 draft, is out of Sweden and with Merrimack College this season. He’s not the starter, but he did start last night, stopping 19 shots in a 3-2 win. Ollas is a project pick for sure, but he has a long way to go. He was also the only prospect in action yesterday.
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NY Rangers Fan Confidence Poll: Good process, good results-11/22/21

Last Week’s Results: W 3-2 @ MON, L 2-1 @ TOR, W 5-4 vs BUF. Season Record: 11-4-3 (51 GF, 51 GA) Last Poll’s Results: 7.48 (108 votes) The Rangers continued their good process and results, with wins against Montreal and Buffalo. They lost to Toronto, but played well. The game against Ottawa was postponed.

Around the Farm: Cuylle, Othmann share hat tricks in showdown

What a fun night for the NY Rangers prospects. Will Cuylle and Brennan Othmann, fresh off Windsor’s dismantling of Flint on Saturday night, played a thriller yesterday. Both Cuylle and Othmann had hat tricks, as both continue to steam roll the OHL. While it’s unlikely every single kid that scores in the OHL becomes an NHLer, the outlook is good for both kids.

Why aren’t Rangers call ups an option?

With all eyes on rumors, both at forward and on defense, the focus has shifted away from the number of NY Rangers prospects in Hartford. The question is less about the holes and more about how they are filling them. Logically speaking, Rangers call ups should be an option. But why aren’t they?

Around the Farm: Lauri Pajuniemi with 2 goals in rout

Lauri Pajuniemi is starting to heat up, with a pair of goals in Hartford’s 7-3 rout last night. Pajuniemi, after a slow start, has 5 goals and 8 points in 16 games this season. Braden Schneider, with two assists, is also starting to come along, playing solid defense while adjusting to the pro game. Zac Jones continued his great play as well, with an assist.

Around the Farm: Adam Edstrom tops Karl Henriksson in SHL showdown

Adam Edstrom (6th, 2019) and Karl Henriksson (2nd, 2019) had a NY Rangers prospects showdown in the SHL, with Edstrom’s Rogle topping Henriksson’s (and Joel Lundqvist’s) Frolunda 4-3. Edstrom notched a goal in the contest, and Henriksson had an assist. Both are kids to watch as the season progresses. Another...

Around the Farm: Morgan Barron with another goal

Morgan Barron scored again for the Hartford Wolf Pack, his 6th goal of the season and 9th point in 11 games. He and Zac Jones are the bigger name prospects that are starting to separate themselves in terms of production and on-ice development. It is only a matter of time before one or both are recalled.
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Internal Rangers options to replace Sammy Blais and avoid rushed trade

Yes, the Rangers will require reinforcement in the wake of losing Sammy Blais for the remainder of the season to a torn ACL he sustained as a consequence of that skate clip in the corner by P.K. Subban early in the third period of Sunday’s match at the Garden. The...

Around the Farm: Vitali Kravtsov back in action

Vitali Kravtsov returned to action in the KHL, logging 15;08 TOI in a 3-2 win for Traktor. This was Kravtsov’s second game since returning to the KHL. He returned with a bang, getting a highlight reel goal and three points. Leevi Aaltonen was the only other Rangers prospect in action...

Wolf Pack rally past Islanders, 4-3

Thanks to a roughing penalty to Grant Hutton and a delay of game to Kyle MacLean, the Wolf Pack found themselves on a five-on-three powerplay late in the third period. Jonny Brodzinski won a faceoff back to Zac Jones, who fed Morgan Barron in the near faceoff circle. Barron fired a one-timer that beat Jakub Skarek at 18:15 of the second period to break a 3-3 tie and put the Wolf Pack up for good.

Rangers return Greg McKegg to Hartford

I hope Greg McKegg likes to drive. He appears to be the yo-yo this season, as he’s been returned to Hartford after his late recall before Saturday night’s game in Columbus. He never even played in his two game recall. Sending McKegg down means one of two things: Filip Chytil...

Around the Farm: Ryder Korczak continues strong season

Ryder Korczak (3rd, 2021) continued his strong D+1 season in the WHL, adding an assist in a 3-2 win for Moose Jaw. Korczak, one of the few prospects outside the AHL that is worth keeping tabs on at the moment, has six goals and 21 points in 16 games so far this year. He, along with Brennan Othmann and Brett Berard, are the three highlights so far, with an honorable mention to Will Cuylle.

Is a Morgan Barron recall coming if both Chytil and Blais are out?

The Rangers lost another forward last night, with Sammy Blais out with what looked to be a pretty rough leg injury. That now leaves the Rangers down a pair of top nine forwards (Filip Chytil), something they struggled with when they were down Kaapo Kakko and Ryan Strome earlier this season. They don’t have the NHL depth to carry them through these injuries, and Greg McKegg isn’t the answer, and was just sent down. A Morgan Barron recall could be on the horizon.

Hartford rallies past Bridgeport

HARTFORD — The Bridgeport Islanders scored three times in the first period including two from Blade Jenkins, but fell 4-3 to the Hartford Wolf Pack at the XL Center on Wednesday. Jenkins’ goals came just 2:44 apart and Otto Koivula added his third tally of the season on Bridgeport’s (5-7-1-2)...