Via Frank Franklin II The New York Rangers traded Nils Lundkvist to the Dallas Stars in exchange for a 2023 conditional first round pick, and a 2025 conditional fourth round pick. Nils Lundkvist was the former 28th overall selection in 2018, and is a highly touted defensive prospect. The conditions for the first round pickContinue reading “Nils Lundkvist Trade Review”
Via NHL.com The Rangers are trying to trade Swedish defensive prospect, Nils Lundkvist, ahead of training camp, so let’s see what type of player he is, and what teams could use him. Who is Nils Lundkvist? Nils Lundkvist was drafted 28th overall in 2018. A highly touted prospect when he was drafted near the endContinue reading “Everything You Need to Know About Nils Lundkvist, and Reviewing Mock Trades”
via Blue Line Station The New York Rangers are coming off of their rebuild, and more importantly, a season which saw them finish 7th in the NHL, 2nd in the Metro division, as well as reach the conference finals, losing to the back-to-back defending champs. However, for every team not named the Colorado Avalanche, theyContinue reading “Rangers Lineup Overview: Who Joins the Core?”
Via Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports List last updated 2:50 pm 3/21/22 St. Louis Scoops Leddy from Detroit St. Louis Receives: D Nick Leddy (50% retained), D Luke Witkowski Detroit Receives: F Oskar Sundqvist, D Jake Walman, 2023 2nd round selection Colorado Lands Lehkonen from Montreal Colorado Receives: F Artturi Lehkonen (50% retained) Montreal Receives: DContinue reading “The Scoring Touch’s 2022 Trade Season Tracker”
Full roundup of all injuries and unavailable players from around the NHL, updated on the fly! Does not include players on COVID protocol list or in travel quarantine. Players with red text are on Injured Reserve (IR), and players with purple text are on Long-Term Injured Reserve (LTIR).
Full house attendances are back! Keep track of all teams’ game-by-game figures, averages, and more right here throughout the 2021/22 NHL season!
An all new Arena Capacity Tracker for the 2021 season, with dated updates from all 31 NHL teams on their ability to host fans, or not, for home games this season.