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2021 Report Cards

2021 Report Card: Pavel Buchnevich

Look how they massacred my boy

2021 Report Card: Ryan Lindgren

Lindgren is tough as nails, and a fine top-four defender for the Rangers.

2021 Report Card: Chris Kreider

2021 Report Card: Brendan Smith

A look at Smith’s performance in his final year in New York

2021 Report Card: Ryan Strome

Ryan Strome had another successful season on Broadway, and finished third on the team in scoring

2021 Report Card: Artemiy Panarin

Panarin had another strong season on Broadway

2021 Report Card: Gauthier, Di Giuseppe, Kravtsov

Let’s talk about three depth forwards

2021 Rangers Report Card: Filip Chytil

There were flashes of brilliance during an injury stunted season for the 21 year old center.

2021 Report Card: Igor Shesterkin

Igor had a strong second season, and added to his overall body of work.

2021 Report Card: Alexis Lafrenière

Lafrenière had a quiet season for a No. 1 overall pick, but that’s OK.

2021 Report Card: Kaapo Kakko

Kakko had a sensational sophomore season which should encourage fans about his potential as a player

2021 Report Card: Alexandar Georgiev

Our sweet Bulgarian boy punched in with an inconsistent season filled with ups and downs

2021 Report Card: Colin Blackwell

Blackwell was a bargain bin signing who exceeded all expectations.

2021 Report Card: Mika Zibanejad

The 28 year-old had a season affected by COVID-19.

2021 Report Card: Adam Fox

Adam Fox was one of the best defenseman in the NHL this season, and was the best Ranger by a mile

2021 Report Card: K’Andre Miller

A recap of a young Rangers’ rookie season

2021 Report Card: Jacob Trouba

How did Trouba fare after an underwhelming debut on Broadway?

2021 Report Card: Kevin Rooney

A murderer of penalties, an impersonator of a-holes

2021 Report Card: Libor Hajek

After opening the season on the taxi squad, Hajek became a fixture in New York’s lineup once he was promoted to the main roster

2021 Report Card: Brett Howden

Playing out the final year of his entry level contract, Howden had one final opportunity to prove himself as a legitimate NHL player