Read: The Rangers top prospects

Rangers-Chrome-Stadium-Series-Scott Cullen lists who he thinks are the Rangers top five prospects (TSN):

  • JT Miller
  • Danny Kristo
  • Jesper Fast
  • Anthony Duclair
  • Dylan McIlrath

Back in June, Cullen ranked the top five as Miller, Fast, Michael St. Croix, Dylan McIlrath and Christian Thomas.

Thomas, who was traded for Kristo, was not listed in Montreal’s top five.

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Read: The Hockey News Future Watch Top Ten Rangers Prospects

The Hockey News has released their “Future Watch” edition and have the Rangers top ten prospects as:

  1. JT Miller (23rd overall)
  2. Brady Skjei (74th overall)
  3. Jesper Fast
  4. Conor Allen
  5. Dylan McIlrath
  6. Anthony Duclair
  7. Danny Kristo
  8. Ryan Graves
  9. Oscar Lindberg
  10. Boo Nieves

The Hockey News works with groups of scouts from each team in the league to determine top ten rankings.

The Rangers as an organization rank 30th in the league and with a grade of a C-.

The list from last year had a top five of Chris Kreider, JT Miller, Jesper Fast, Dylan McIlrath and Christian Thomas.


Read: The Rangers In The Low End Of The Team Prospect Rankings

Hockey’s Future has ranked the Rangers 27th overall in their rankings of NHL farm systems.RANGERS

They say that the Rangers strengths are having various prospects who look to be able to fill different roles at the NHL level.

They say that the Rangers lack depth at each position, the defense is in need of a puck mover and there is no prospect who has shown the potential to be a starting goalie.

HF does say that prospects Anthony Duclair and Pavel Buchnevich are high-potential prospects but at this point they are projects.

The Rangers were 17th in the spring.

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Note: Rangers In The Top 100 Prospects

At ESPN Insider, Corey Pronman lists the top 100 prospects in hockey.

Pronman doesn’t have any Rangers prospect in the top 25 but he has three in the top 70.

He released his top 15 Rangers prospects recently as well.

Pronman put the Rangers in one of his lower tiers when it comes to overall depth, saying that with a lot of young players making their way onto the Rangers roster, their prospect depth is starting to diminish.

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Read: Looking At Another List of the Top Ten Rangers Prospects

At Puck Prospectus, Corey Pronman lists the Rangers top 10 prospects.

He has Chris Kreider as the Rangers top prospecet followed by Danny Kristo and 2013 third rounder Pavel Buchnevich.

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On the Rangers system, Pronman says that there is good depth with most of the top players having at least one defining quality but also players who lack in several areas.

JT Miller is not ranked because he played 26 games for the Rangers last season. The cut off that Pronman uses to determine a prospect is 25 games played.

The full list, including five players that just missed out on the top ten, is below:

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Read: Another Version Of The Rangers Top 10 Prospects

At, Tal Pinchevsky ranked the top ten prospects as part of the Rangers season preview day.

His top Rangers prospect is newly acquired Danny Kristo and he is followed by Dylan McIlrath and 2012 first rounder Brady Skjei.

JT Miller is not included in the list as Pinchevsky anticipates he being part of the 2013-14 Rangers.

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The entire list is below.

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Note: Prospect NHL Projections

CalIn the Dobber Hockey Prospect Report, they look at the top prospects from each team and give a projection of when they might might become NHL players.

For Danny Kristo, they say that he will get a look this season, “cups of coffee,” but make a real run at a full-time roster spot in 2014-15

For JT Miller, Jesper Fast and Cam Talbot they say 2014-15.

They expect Chris Kreider to have a full-time role with the Rangers this season.

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