Read: TSN’s Top Rangers prospects

CaptainScott Cullen of TSN has ranked the Rangers top prospects as part of his offseason game plan for the team (TSN)

Cullen listed the Rangers top prospects in March and said: JT Miller, Danny Kristo, Jesper Fast, Anthony Duclair, Dylan McIlrath.

Cullen’s 2013 prospect rankings

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.

For a section looking back at prospect rankings through the years, CLICK HERE.

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.

For more on prospect rankings, CLICK HERE.