New York Rangers forgotten players A-Z: The C’s

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OTTAWA, CANADA – DECEMBER 29: Matt Cullen #5 of the New York Rangers carries the puck out of his zone up the far boards during a game against the Ottawa Senators on December 29, 2006 at the Scotiabank Place in Ottawa, Canada. The Senators won 1-0. (Photo by Phillip MacCallum/Getty Images)

Earlier this week, our second piece of the forgotten New York Rangers series was released. It focused on a few players with last names that start with B. Naturally, let’s now go over the C’s.

The players that will be listed in this one may not be Hall of Famers like a few of the B’s, but they all had lengthy and effective careers. Yet, the one fact that they all have in common is that they each not have their best days with the Rangers. In fact, all of them did not spend too much time with the Blueshirts for one reason or another, too.

One player was a former third overall pick that was not the star that many predicted he would be.  Yet, he still had a very solid career. Another is a goaltender who would cement himself as a legitimate NHLer after leaving the Rangers. The third is a popular name who came to the Rangers nearing the end of his career, but it was only for a handful of games. Finally, the last player is somebody who recently retired and had himself one of the longest careers in NHL history.

Now, with all of that stated, let’s begin.

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