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new york rangers training camp “Maybe the players want Christmas with their families,” he said. “They’ll probably go in the last two weeks in January,” Kypreos predicted. Confirmed 2020-21 New York Rangers Camp invites The New York Rangers roster as listed on the team’s official website has 23 players. They are all expected to be there for the opening of training camps. Names in italics are on the bubble to make the big club. At center (6): Mika Zibanejad, Ryan Strome, Filip Chytil, Brett Howden, Colin Blackwell and Kevin Rooney On the wings (8): Artemi Panarin, Chris Kreider, Pavel Buchnevich, Kaapo Kakko, Alexis Lafreniere, Brendan Lemieux, Julien Gauthier, and Phil Di Giuseppe On defense (7): Jacob Trouba, Tony DeAngelo, Ryan Lindgren, Adam Fox, Jack Johnson, Brendan Smith, and Anthony Bitetto In goal (2): Igor Shesterkin and Alexandar Georgiev Projecting the Rangers click here for info remaining camp invites Based on all available information, here’s my projections for the additional 12 invites. Names in italics have the best chance of making the opening night roster. Libor Hajek and Tarmo Reunanen are the two candidates on this list with a legit chance to make the team. Both players have been talked about on this website in recent days with Reunanen my favorite to make it.

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