Stats/Watch: Wolf Pack Weekend (Jesper Fast/Oscar Lindberg/JT Miller)

The Wolf Pack dropped both games that they played this weekend:

  • Conor Allen: (Friday) plus one, 2 shots, hooking penalty (Saturday) 1 assist, plus one, 3 shots
  • Ryan Bourque: (Friday) minus one, 5 shots (Saturday) 1 goal, 3 shots
  • JT Miller: (Friday) minus one, 1 shot, slashing penalty  (Saturday) 1 assist, 3 shots
  • Marek Hrivik: (Friday) minus one (Saturday) plus one, 2 shots
  • Oscar Lindberg: (Friday) 2 goals, 1 assist, plus one, 2 shots  (Saturday) minus two, 2 shots
  • Jesper Fast: (Friday) 1 goal, 1 assist, 2 shots  (Saturday) 4 shots
  • Danny Kristo: (Friday) minus one, 1 shot  (Saturday) minus one, 1 shot

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Read: Dan Girardi Is A Fan of Oscar Lindberg and Jesper Fast

Jesper Fast:Oscar LindbergOscar Lindberg and Jesper Fast are both in their first training camps with the Rangers and they were able to make a quick impression on one of the most important and longest tenured Rangers.

Dan Girardi told SNY’s Nick Licalzi on Saturday that he has been impressed with both Fast and Lindberg,

Girardi said, “Jesper is a pretty fast guy, his last name says it. I defended Oscar a couple of times out there and he made a couple of great plays and scored. They are dynamic players and I think they will be fighting for spots.”


Anders Hedberg, the Rangers Head European Scout, described Lindberg and Fast and “solid players” who can skate and think the game the right way.

He said that the two of them should challenge for spots with the Rangers.


Last night against the Flyers:

  • Fast Played 14:15 with 1 shot on goal, one that was blocked, one that missed the net and one takeaway.
  • Lindberg played 15:16 with 2 shots on goal, 1 blocked shot and was 7 and 8 on faceoffs.

 

Note: Oscar Lindberg Is Impressing People

Oscar LindbergDuring the Traverse City Tournament last week, Oscar Lindberg had five goals, two assists and 12 shots to lead the Rangers and finish second in points for the tournament.

Alain Vigneault, on the second day of training camp, noted that Lindberg’s play in Traverse City and hard work at both ends of the ice caught the eye of many in the organization and that teams need players to surprise during camp, “you need guys that all of a sudden, guys that management doesn’t have in a place on the depth chart, and they step on the ice and they can contribute. We need some surprises. We need guys to push. I have told everyone that they will get a chance and the ones that grab it will get a chance to help the Rangers.”

Vigneault said yesterday, after Lindberg scored, you can tell that he has played with men before. He being a center with the speed and puck protection skill that he has, he is going to get a real solid look. He has impressed myself and the coaching staff but also management since Traverse City.”

Lindberg told the Rangers website that his confidence is pretty good after his year in Sweden and the Traverse City tournament. He added that it was good to have a fun year in Sweden after a “terrible” season a few years ago.

He described his game as a two-way center who can set up plays and works hard.

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