Yesterday, Chris Kreider made an appearance at the Rangers youth hockey camp and took some time to chat with the Rangers website.
He said that his goal for this coming season is to just make the team and that he wants to improve everyday.
Kreider wasn’t asked about John Tortorella or his relationship with his former coach but said that he is looking forward, like all players, to the new opportunity that Alain Vigneault and the new coaching staff will bring.
He added that some of the things he is working on this summer is his play in front of the net and improving on taking one-timers.
It has been said that Kreider stands to be one of the players who benefits the most from a coaching change.
Kreider is an RFA after the season.