New York Rangers Cut Training Camp Roster By 19


As the clock ticks ever so closer to the start of the regular season, the New York Rangers’ opening night roster is starting to take shape. Today the team announced they have cut their training camp roster by 19 players, with some of the notable names leaving NHL camp for Hartford including Matthew Robertson and Bobby Trivigno. Robertson, drafted 49th overall in 2019, is a player who was on a shortlist of names likely to contend for a 6th or 7th defenseman role, but that battle is now down to Zac Jones and Libor Hajek. Trivigno signed with the Rangers as an undrafted college free agent, and there was a small chance he’d hang around in a fourth-line capacity. Other names of note include defense prospect Hunter Skinner, goaltender Dylan Garand, and Austin Rueschhoff. Skinner skated for the Pack last season and posted a line of 4-9-13 in 49 games.