Brennan Othman took the top spot for the month of October


The New York Rangers announced that Brennan Osman was the organization’s October signing.

The 19-year-old was also named OHL Player of the Month for October with 10 goals and 23 total points in just 13 contests.

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New York Rangers predictions: Oct

Brennan Osman
Brennan Othmann Rangers Prospect Development camp at the Rangers Training Facility in Tarrytown on July 12, 2022. Credit: © Frank Becerra Jr. / The Journal News / USA TODAY NETWORK Rangers Development Camp

Here are the top 10 possible rankings for the New York Rangers.

To be considered for this list, a player must be 23 years of age or younger and have played 10 or fewer games at the NHL level.

Rank player POS age draft / in general
1 Brennan Osman F 19 2021 1ST RD (16)
2 Will Quill F 20 2020 2nd RD (60)
3 Matthew Robertson Dr 21 2019 2nd R.D. (49)
4 Adam Sikora F 18 20222 2nd RD (63)
5 Dylan Garand g 20 2020 IV RD (103)
6 Bryce McConnell Parker c 18 2022 3RD R (97)
7 Bobby Trevino F 23 unofficial
8 Ryder Korczak c 20 2021 3rd RD (75)
9 Jaroslav Schmylar F 19 2021 V-RD (144)
10 Brett Berard F 20 2020 V-RD (134)

Analyzing the New York Rangers’ top prospects

Dylan Grand Hartford Wolf Pack
September 26, 2022; New York, New York, USA; New York Rangers goaltender Dylan Garand (98) looks down during a game against the New York Islanders at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory credit: Jessica Alcheh-USA TODAY Sports

Brennan Osman: After scoring 50 goals and 97 points for the Flint Firebirds in 2021-22, Osman is off to an even better start this season with 13 goals and 23 points in 13 games. The Rangers would have loved to have Osman still roaming and developing with the Hartford Wolf Pack, but an old agreement with the CHL bars players under the age of 20 from playing in the AHL. The other thing worth noting is that Ousmane is stepping up his physical play and already has 25 penalty minutes on the year.

Will QuillThe big strong winger scored 2 goals and 4 points in 6 games with the Wolf Pack to start the season. He’s getting his best minutes and that’s exactly what Rangers want to see from the power forward. Last season with the OHL’s Windsor Spitfires, he scored 43 goals and 80 points in 59 games. There’s a good chance he gets a call-up this season.

Matthew Robertson: He remains the organization’s most prepared NHL prospect defenseman. At 6-4 and 201 pounds, he has the right size to play in the league and the Rangers may need him at left defense soon as Ryan Lindgren has gone down with an injury. This season he has 4 assists in 2 games with the Pack after scoring 11 points in 65 games in 2021-22.

Adam Sikora: One of the youngest prospects in the Rangers system, the Blueshirts made him their first draft pick in the 2022 edition after scoring 10 goals and 17 points in 46 games with Nitra. What the team liked about him was his aggressive marking style with the ability to put the puck into the net. He has 5 points (1G – 4A) in 10 games for Nitra this season.

Dylan Garand: Rangers like what they have in Garand. In his first professional season with the Wolf Pack, he was 1-2-0 with a GAA of 2.68 and a 0.911 SV%. Those numbers are even more impressive when you consider how hard the group had defensively to start the year. Before heading up to the AHL, Garand won gold at the WJC for Canada with a 6-0 record, 1.98 GAA, .925 SV%.

Brice McConnell Parker: He is named Soo Greyhounds captain to start the season and the two-way senior center delivers. This season, he has accumulated 13 points in 13 games with 5 points on power play and a shorthanded goal. Last season, McConnell Parker scored 23 goals and 49 points in 68 games.

Bobby Trevino: The Rangers pursued and signed the undrafted star from UMASS this past March after he scored 48 points in 36 games in his final NCAA campaign. College Hockey News’ Player of the Year struggled last year at the Wolf Pack camp in September, but he’s finally joined the lineup recently and has been making an impact. This season he has two points in three games.

Ryder Korczak: He is an offensive-minded player who scored 79 points in 68 games for the Moose Jaw Warriors of the WHL in 2021-22. Rangers’ prospects in the position are limited but his ceiling remains high despite having no points in 3 games with the Pack so far this season.

Jaroslav Schmylar: The Rangers love his size (6-4′, 198 lbs) and he seems to be playing solidly for Providence this season with 4 goals and 5 points in 7 games. In 2021-22, Chmelar scored 9 goals and 18 points in 39 games for Jokerit U20.

Brett Berard: He entered his junior year at Providence College after scoring 38 points in 36 games last season, and he got off to a good start with 4 assists in 7 games .. The Blues have not yet signed him to an entry-level contract, but he believes he has the talent. To play in the bottom six at the NHL level.

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