The Rangers held two draft picks in the round five. The first, at 134th overall, was used to select right wing Shane McColgan of the Western Hockey League. McColgan is on the smaller side at 5-foot-8, 165 pounds, but is talked highly of by scouts for being a slippery, smooth skater. McColgan had 21 goals and 45 assists in 67 games with Kelowna last season.
Some more on McColgan....
Shane McColgan is a right wing for the Kelowna Rockets of the Western Hockey League. McColgan, the only U.S.-born player selected in the first round of the WHL's 2008 bantam draft, finished runner-up to Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (Red Deer Rebels) as the league's top rookie in 2009-10 after posting 25 goals and 69 points in 71 games. Prior to joining the Rockets, the Manhattan Beach, Calif., native played for the Los Angeles Junior Kings and produced 14 goals and 35 assists in 44 games. - NHL.com
And here's a link to an interview he did with WarhawkReport.com.
With the 136th overall pick, the Rangers went with size and their first and only defensemen in the draft by selecting Samuel Noreau out of the QMJHL. Noreau is a whopping 6-foot-4, 206 pounds and is a whole lot of mean. He had 141 penalty minutes in 67 games last season.
Here's a little bit about what Noreau is all about...
Samuel Noreau vs Pierre-Karl Marion Sep 17, 2010 (via hockeyfightsplus)