Stats: Wolf Pack win 2-1 (JT Miller and Ryan Haggerty scored)

The Wolf Pack defeated Portland 2-1 last night:

  • Mat Bodie: 1 shot
  • Conor Allen: 1 shot
  • Dylan McIlrath: 3 shots, fight, unsportsmanlike conduct
  • Ryan Bourque: nothing on scoresheet
  • JT Miller: 1 goal, 2 shots
  • Marek Hrivik: 1 assist, 1 shot
  • Chris Bourque: 3 shots, interference and roughing penalty
  • Oscar Lindberg: 1 assist, 1 shot
  • Jesper Fast: 1 shot
  • Danny Kristo: 2 shots
  • Ryan Haggerty: 1 goal, 2 shots

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Read: Ryan Haggerty had a nice night

In his first pro game at MSG, Ryan Haggerty played 1235 and had two goals, an assist, 5 shots on goal and 4 hits.

Haggerty told Al Trautwig between periods, “It was good to get my feet with in Chicago and I am playing with two great players and it’s making it easier on myself. I’m just moving my feet and getting open.”

He added, “scoring goals helps but coming to the rink everyday to compete and get better and I want to prove that I can be there and keep playing.”

Alain Vigneault said last night that Haggery has been playing well and certainly has some upside and potential to his game. (LoHud via SoundCloud)

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Watch: Rangers/Wild highlights from yesterday (Ryan Haggerty, Kevin Hayes, Anthony Duclair goals)

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Watch: Highlights from Rangers/Carolina in Traverse City (Ryan Haggerty’s goal)

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Watch: Ryan Haggerty’s goal in Traverse City last night (With Brandon Halverson scouting report)

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Read: Ryan Haggerty has been part of the group skating together

Ryan HaggertyRyan Haggerty has been one of the Rangers who has been at the training center as players start returning to New York and working out together.

Haggerty says that he has the benefit of being close and “living down the road” in Stamford and that it helps to get in extra work and extra time on the ice with the players that he hopes to be playing with. Haggerty says that being there early is all about trying to get better but also learning the tendencies of his teammates. (Rangers)

He says that his mindset for training camp is to take everything in stride and be ready for whatever Alain Vigneault and the coaches throw at him. He says that one important aspect is not getting down about mistakes and just trying to do your best. (Rangers)

While with the team at the end of the season and playoffs, Haggerty said that he got to see how the players acted everyday, what their routines are and how to be a pro. (Rangers)

The Sports Forecaster has Haggerty making the NHL in 2015-16 and adds that he is a player who “knows how to score.”

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Read: Ryan Haggerty has been learning what it takes to be a pro

Ryan HaggertyRyan Haggerty spoke yesterday at a charity hockey game in Stamford, CT and said that during his time around the Rangers in the playoffs he learned from players like Brad Richards and Marty St. Louis about how to conduct yourself, be a pro and show up to work everyday. (Stamford Advocate)

Haggerty says that he has gotten to know the coaching staff a bit and how they work but understands that he won’t be given a spot on the team and that he needs to make his presence felt. (Stamford Advocate)

He says that he is preparing to take the right steps to be the best he can be and ultimately play with the Rangers. (Stamford Advocate)

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Haggerty’s cap hit at the NHL level is $925,000.