2019 NHL Draft
Be sure to check back as Blueshirt Banter updates this master list of Rangers prospects
A first impression of the New York Rangers’ 2019 Draft Class
The Rangers take an offensive defenseman in the third round.
With two second-round picks and five in later rounds to play with, the Rangers have plenty of chances to grab more talent at the 2019 NHL Draft
The New York Rangers have added a dynamic forward with the potential to be a franchise player.
The diminutive winger has drawn comparisons to Alex DeBrincat. Can he too become a 40-goal scorer in the NHL?
In certain ways, Matt Boldy is reminiscent of 2018 Flyers draft pick Joel Farabee.
Will the Rangers find a way to bring the Staten Island native back home?
Could the Rangers trade up and take Russian wingers in back-to-back drafts?
The Rangers have not drafted a forward out of the BCHL since Adam Tambellini in 2013.
Cozens was teammates with Rangers’ prospect Jake Elmer as part of the Lethbridge Hurricanes.
No, not the Nintendo Character.
Many people believe that Spencer Knight has the potential to become as good as John Gibson; or even better.
Alex Turcotte will play alongside Rangers’ prospect K’Andre Miller at Wisconsin in 2019-2020.
Zegras is a drop candidate, meaning he could be a trade target for General Manager Jeff Gorton.
Among a large pool of candidates for the third overall pick in the 2019 NHL Draft, Byram maybe be the best option.
Though we have Kakko ranked second, there’s strong case for putting him at the top of the list.
Long projected to be the top pick of the 2019 NHL Draft, Jack Hughes places first in our rankings.
If the Devils select Jack Hughes, the Rangers get to pick Kaapo Kakko. If the Devils pick Kakko, the Rangers get to pick Hughes. Either scenario is an epic win for the Blueshirts.