Three Stars of the Week
Tim Gettinger registered a goal/point in each of the three games he played during the week, recorded six points (three goals, three assists) and a plus-six rating in the three contests. The Rangers' fifth round pick (141st overall) in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft extended his goal/point streak to five games, and he has registered eight points (five goals, three assists) and a plus-eight rating during the stretch. Gettinger has recorded 27 points (14 goals, 13 assists) and a plus-13 rating in 25 games with Sault Ste. Marie this season. Gettinger is tied for sixth in the OHL in shots on goal this season (99). In addition, he leads Sault Ste. Marie in shots on goal, is tied for second in goals, ranks third in points, is tied for fourth in plus/minus rating, and ranks fifth in assists in 2017-18.
Lias Andersson tallied a single-game season-high three points (one goal, two assists) and recorded a single-game season-high five shots on goal on Nov. 25 against Linkoping. The Rangers' first round pick (seventh overall) in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft has registered a goal/point in four of the last six games, tallying seven points (four goals, three assists) over the span. Andersson has also tallied nine points (four goals, five assists) in his last 10 SHL games with Frolunda, as well as 11 points (six goals, five assists) in 18 SHL contests with Frolunda this season. Among SHL players younger than 20 years old, Andersson ranks second in points (11) and points per game (0.61), and is tied for second in goals (six) in 2017-18. Andersson also ranks third on Frolunda in goals and ranks fifth on the team in points this season.
Morgan Barron recorded two assists, both of which were primary assists, and registered four shots on goal to help Cornell defeat Boston University on Nov. 25 at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers' sixth round pick (174th overall) in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft has notched a point in eight of 10 games with Cornell this season, and Cornell has earned a win in all eight contests. He is tied for the team lead in assists (six) and game-winning goals (two), is tied for second in points (nine), is tied for third in goals (three), and is tied for sixth in plus/minus rating (plus-four) thus far this season.
Emerging from the Pack
Filip Chytil tallied an assist and recorded two shots on goal on Nov. 26 at Springfield. The Rangers' first round pick (21st overall) in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft has recorded 12 points (five goals, seven assists) in 12 games with Hartford this season. Chytil is tied for third among AHL rookies in points per game thus far this season (1.00). Chytil is tied for the team lead in plus/minus rating (plus-four) and is tied for third on the team in points in 2017-18.
Vince Pedrie registered an assist/point in each of Hartford's three games during the week (three assists). He has recorded five points (one goal, four assists) in 11 AHL games this season, and he ranks second among Wolf Pack defensemen in points per game in 2017-18 (0.45).
Vinni Lettieri recorded an assist on Nov. 26 at Springfield. Lettieri has registered a point in 11 of his last 17 games, tallying 14 points (eight goals, six assists) over the span. He leads the Wolf Pack in goals (eight) and power play goals (four), and ranks second in points (14) in 2017-18. In addition, Lettieri is tied for fifth among AHL rookies in goals and is tied for seventh among AHL rookies in points this season.
Steven Fogarty tallied a point in each of the two games he played during the week (one goal, one assist), and he has recorded five points (four goals, one assist) in his last 11 games.
Ryan Gropp recorded a point in two of Hartford's three games during the week (one goal, one assist).
Adam Chapie registered an assist/point in each of the two games he played during the week (two assists).
Sean Day recorded an assist and registered four shots on goal in Windsor's only game of the week on Nov. 24 vs. Kingston. The Rangers' third round pick (81st overall) in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft has recorded a point in five of the last six games (one goal, four assists), in nine of the last 11 games (three goals, eight assists), and in 13 of the last 16 games (four goals, 11 assists). He ranks fourth on Windsor in assists (12) and points (16), and is tied for fifth on the team in goals (four) this season. In addition, he leads team defensemen in goals and points. Day also ranks 11th among OHL defensemen (min. 20 games played) in points per game this season (0.80)
Adam Huska posted a 2-0-0 record, along with a 1.00 GAA and a .968 SV% (60 saves on 62 shots) in two appearances during the week. The Rangers' seventh round pick (184th overall) in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft made a single-game season-high 39 saves and was selected as the game's First Star on Nov. 21 against Vermont, and he stopped 21 of 22 shots he faced to earn a win on Nov. 25 against RIT. Huska has allowed two goals or fewer in five of his last six starts and has allowed only one goal in four of those starts. Over his last seven appearances, Huska has posted a 1.78 GAA and a .933 SV%.
Dawson Leedahl registered a point in each of the first two games of the week, extending his point streak to five games (four goals, four assists). He has also recorded a point in six of the last eight games (five goals, five assists during the stretch). Leedahl has notched 17 points (seven goals, 10 assists) and has posted a plus-nine rating in 18 games with Greenville in 2017-18.
Tyler Nanne posted his first career collegiate multi-assist/point game on Nov. 25 against Notre Dame, as he recorded two assists in the contest, both of which were power play assists. The Rangers' fifth round pick (142nd overall) in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft has tallied three assists/points in the last four games. Nanne has registered five points (one goal, four assists) and has posted a plus-two rating with the University of Minnesota this season.
Ty Ronning tallied a goal in Vancouver's first game of the week to extend his goal/point streak to 11 games (14 goals, five assists during the stretch). The Rangers' seventh round pick (201st overall) in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft has recorded a goal in 13 of the last 16 contests. Ronning has registered 24 goals in 26 games with Vancouver in 2017-18, and he has recorded at least one goal in 17 of the 26 contests. Ronning leads the Giants in goals (24), points (36), plus/minus rating (plus-12), and shots on goal (138) thus far this season. In addition, he leads the WHL in shots on goal, is tied for second in the league in goals, and is tied for 10th in the league in points in 2017-18.