2014 NHL Draft

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Rangers Hunt For Late-Round Bargains In 2014 Draft

The Rangers, who didn’t get a pick until the second round, addressed their goaltending needs in the future. But before we get to that, let’s not forget that the Ranger Nation cannot complain about the club’s march to the Stanley Cup Final. However, if there is one area that needs stocking — at least short-term — […]

Sabres Re-Stock With Loaded Draft

In a Draft such as this, there is virtually no difference between the first and second overall pick. That’s why the Buffalo Sabres – in the long run – could very well have the best of the bunch. Center Sam Reinhart comes from splendid hockey stock, and it showed when scouts evaluated the native of […]

2014 NHL Draft Sidebar

  @StanFischler How did the Rangers, Islanders, Devils and Sabres do in the 2014 Draft? After intense consultation with my associate, Adrian Szkolar, we have come up with the following thumbnail scouting report. And if you’re looking for any losers among this quartet – hot tip — look elsewhere. ISLANDERS: Garth Snow emerged with two […]

Isles Go For High-End Talent During 2014 Draft

  @StanFischler Garth Snow emerged with two high-end wingers on the first day, Michael Dal Colle and Joshua Ho-Sang. Each has high-end creativity, offensive skill sets and scoring abilities. Snow – picking fifth overall — followed the gospel of The Games’ bible, The Hockey News, which recommended Dal Colle, a left winger, for that slot. […]