Traverse City: Day 2 Thread
The Rangers kicked off their Traverse City tournament last night with a 7-5 loss to the Dallas Stars and look to bounce back this evening against the Minnesota Wild. Adam has your recap of the first game here, noting that both Brett Howden and Filip Chytil starred for the Blueshirts.
Here’s how the first day of the tournament went for all the teams participating
2018 Prospect Tournament day one results:— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) September 8, 2018
STL - 1 vs. CAR - 4
CHI - 3 vs. CBJ - 4
DAL - 7 vs. NYR - 5
DET - 2 vs. MIN - 4#DRWPT #LGRW
The Rangers posted some highlights of game 1, along with some thoughts from Brett Howden and Lias Andersson, both had multi-point efforts against the Stars.
“As the game went on, I think we found what makes our game tick a little bit.”— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) September 8, 2018
Hear @B_Howdy21 and @liasandersson give their thoughts on last night's #NYRTCT matchup against Dallas. pic.twitter.com/m7dHJ6tejm
And here’s a look at all five of the Rangers’ goals from last night
👀 all 5⃣ #NYRTCT goals from last night's game against the Stars. pic.twitter.com/mRlbNdgnFD— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) September 8, 2018
As for Minnesota, they took on Detroit’s prospects in their first game and picked up a 4-2 win.
For tonight’s contest the Rangers have moved some pieces around
How the #NYRTCT lines will look tonight against Minnesota. pic.twitter.com/tCNB3NUbpd— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) September 8, 2018
Sean Day and Nico Gross come out of the lineup, Jeremy Brodeur gets the start in net, while Libor Hajek moves to the right side of the defense, and the offense remains the same.