Read: Rangers prospect report 10/6-10/12

The Rangers have sent through the following the following recap on their prospects from 10/6 to 10/2:

EMERGING FROM THE PACK
The Rangers’ American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate, the Hartford Wolf Pack, opened its 2014-15 season on Sunday afternoon against the Syracuse Crunch. Oscar Lindberg registered two goals, including the game-winning goal in overtime, as the Wolf Pack defeated Syracuse, 4-3.

  • WATCH the Wolf Pack goals, HERE.

THREE STARS OF THE WEEK

Pavel Buchnevich, LW, Severstal Cherepovets (KHL) – Buchnevich had a terrific week offensively for Severstal, registering four points in three games. The Rangers’ third-round pick (75th overall) in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft tallied three points (one goal, two assists) and posted a plus-three rating in a 7-3 victory against Metallurg Nk on October 6. Buchnevich also tallied an assist in Severstal’s 4-3 loss on October 9. Through 17 games this season, the 19-year-old is tied for the team lead in goals (six) and points (13), is tied for third on Severstal in assists (seven), and is tied for fifth in plus/minus rating (plus-six).

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Read: Rangers Prospect Report on Pavel Buchnevich and others

RANGERS09/22/14 | 2:02PM: The Rangers have sent through a prospect report focusing on Pavel Buchnevich, Ryan Haggerty and others:

RANGERS PROSPECT REPORT: SEPT. 12 – SEPT. 21

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Pavel Buchnevich, LW – Buchnevich continued his strong start to the season with Severstal Cherepovets in the KHL. The 19-year-old ended this past week by posting three consecutive multi-point efforts, registering six points (four goals, two assists) over the span. Buchnevich has tallied a point in four of his last five games, and has recorded four multi-point games in Severstal’s first eight contests of the season.

KHL SEASON TOTALS: 8 GP, 5-4-9, 0 PIM, +5 +/- RATING

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Watch: Pavel Buchnevich’s two goals yesterday

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Asked about Buchnevich, Anthony Duclair said “He is a huge steal in the third round, I don’t know how he dropped so far. He is going to be something special when he comes next year. I played against him at U18s and saw the skill there and the speed, he has everything and Ranger fans should be excited about him coming up. (NYR)

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Read: Pavel Buchnevich’s season and when he could end up with the Rangers

Pavel Buchnevich is expected to play top-six minutes this season in the KHL as well as be one of the leaders for Russia at the World Juniors. (HF)

This is “likely” to be his last season in the KHL and there is a “very good chance” that Buchnevich will join the Rangers in the summer of 2015. (HF)

Sports Forecaster lists Buchnevich as a “project” but say that the Rangers would love to see him come to North America.

Buchnevich is ranked 2nd on the Rangers list of 20 prospects and the organization has been very impressed since drafting him. He has become a better defensive players and can make plays “no one else in the system can make. (Hockey’s Future)

He is expected to sign a contract with the Rangers after his season in the KHL. (Hockey’s Future)

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Read: Pavel Buchnevich’s spot in the top 100 prospects

Pavel Buchnevich 2Pavel Buchnevich is listed 26th on Corey Pronman’s list of the top 100 NHL prospects. (ESPN Insider)

Based upon his “dynamic skill level, offensive instincts and good wrist shot,” if Buchnevich comes to North America the Rangers will have a “legit” high-end talent.  (ESPN Insider)

His season last year was the third highest point total for an under 19 player in the history of the KHL. (ESPN Insider)

Anthony Duclair was listed as one of the prospects who “just missed.” (ESPN Insider)

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