2013 Draft Review: Rangers Nab 3 Forwards, a Defender and a Goalie

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Jun 30, 2013; Newark, NJ, USA; A general view of the stage between picks during the 2013 NHL Draft at the Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

Three forwards, a defenseman, and a goalie. That’s what the Rangers drafted in rounds 3-7 in todays draft, but gave Devil fans some hope in their goaltending situation for life after Brodeur, but enough about that.

The Rangers who were desperately needing defensive help, managed to do quite the opposite, and gain three forwards, all selected in the third round. They did nab a defenseman, someone who is ways away from being NHL ready (with defensemen its different, it takes them awhile to get accustomed to the pro game), and a goalie, who may or may not be the heir to the Kings throne in New York.

What will these players bring, are any NHL ready players? Time will tell, but it will give Ranger fans hope, that maybe, they will see another star in the making.

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Topics: Adam Tambellini, Anthony Duclair, Cory Schneider, Mackenzie Skapski, Martin Brodeur, NHL, NHL Draft, Pavel Buchnevich, Ryan Graves

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