Buzz: Chris Kreider Isn’t Going Anywhere

Chris KreiderIn the Ottawa Sun, Bruce Garrioch writes that the Rangers sniffed around the league to gauge the interest level in Chris Kreider but that “he won’t be going anywhere.”

Garrioch notes that Kreider has 7 points in nine games and is a candidate to be rookie of the year.

Kreider has 2 goals, 2 primary assists and 3 secondary assists. He has 23 shots and 23 hits, 2 PP points and is averaging 17:44 per game.

Garrioch reported last month that the Rangers were looking to try and deal Kreider for a top-six forward. The day of his report, Kreider was called up to the Rangers.

THIS SECTION is all about Kreider.

Adam Rotter: The Rangers have invested a lot of time and effort into developing Chris Kreider and there is no way that they will trade him as he finally starts to scratch the surface of his potential and become a regular top-six forward in the NHL.