Three Stars of the Week
Ty Ronning posted a multi-point game in each of Vancouver's two games during the week, registering five points (three goals, two assists) and 14 shots on goal in the two contests. He recorded three points (one goal, two assists) on Nov. 3 vs. Kamloops, and he tallied two goals on Nov. 4 at Kamloops. The Rangers' seventh round pick (201st overall) in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft extended his goal/point streak to four games (five goals, three assists), and he has recorded a goal/point in six of the last seven contests. Ronning has registered 24 points (15 goals, nine assists) in 17 games with Vancouver in 2017-18, and he has recorded at least seven shots on goal in eight of the 17 contests. Ronning leads the Giants in goals (15), points (24), plus/minus rating (plus-11), shots on goal (98), and game-winning goals (three) thus far this season. He leads the WHL in shots on goal and is tied for third in the league in goals in 2017-18.
Dominik Lakatos posted a multi-goal/point game in both of Liberec's contests during the week, tallying four goals in the two games. The Rangers' sixth round pick (157th overall) in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft has recorded eight points (five goals, three assists) in 19 games with Liberec in Czech Extraliga this season. In addition, he has recorded four points (two goals, two assists) in six games with Liberec in the Champions Hockey League (CHL) tournament, and Liberec will face Frolunda (and Rangers prospect Lias Andersson) in the second game of the Round of 16 stage on Nov. 7.
Tarmo Reunanen played in games with TPS and TPS' junior team during the past week. He recorded an assist and logged 16:38 of ice time in a game with TPS on Nov. 4 against Karpat. In addition, Reunanen notched two assists in a game with TPS' junior team on Nov. 1 against Assat. The Rangers' fourth round pick (98th overall) in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft has tallied eight points (two goals, six assists) and has posted a plus-five rating in four games with TPS' junior team in 2017-18. The 19-year-old was named to Finland's roster for the U20 Four Nations Tournament, which will begin this week and feature prospects from Finland, Sweden, Russia, and the Czech Republic.
Emerging from the Pack
Vinni Lettieri recorded a goal in two of the Wolf Pack's three games during the week. Lettieri has tallied a goal/point in three of the last five games. In addition, he has registered a point in six of his last nine games, tallying seven points (five goals, two assists) over the span. He has recorded 36 shots on goal in 12 games with Hartford this season. Lettieri leads the Wolf Pack in power play goals (four), is tied for the team lead in goals (five), and ranks second in shots on goal in 2017-18.
Ryan Sproul tallied three assists/points and recorded eight shots on goal in three games during the week. Sproul, who was acquired by the Rangers from Detroit on Oct. 21, has notched three assists and has recorded 19 shots on goal in six games with the Wolf Pack this season, and he has registered seven points (one goal, six assists) in 11 AHL games in 2017-18.
Cole Schneider recorded an assist/point in two of Hartford's three games during the week (two assists). Schneider has tallied a point in nine of 13 games with the Wolf Pack this season. He leads the Wolf Pack in points (11) and is tied for the team lead in assists (seven) in 2017-18.
Neal Pionk tallied an assist on Nov. 5 vs. Springfield, and he has registered an assist/points in four of the last seven games. He leads Hartford defensemen in assists (five) and points (five) this season.
Steven Fogarty registered the game-winning goal on Nov. 5 vs. Springfield. The Rangers' third round pick (72nd overall) in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft has recorded three goals/points in the last four games and he is tied for fifth on Hartford in goals this season (three).
Morgan Barron tallied a point in each of the two games he played with Cornell during the week. The Rangers' sixth round pick (174th overall) in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft registered his first career collegiate game-winning goal on Nov. 3 at Quinnipiac, and he extended his point streak to four games with an assist on Nov. 4 at Princeton. Barron has registered a point in all four games this season, recording four points (two goals, two assists). He is tied for second on Cornell in goals and points, and he ranks second on the team in shots on goal (10) thus far in 2017-18.
Adam Chapie recorded an assist/point in all three of Greenville's games during the week (two goals, three assists), and he notched three points (two goals, one assist) on Nov. 1 vs. Kansas City. He has recorded 14 points (six goals, eight assists) in nine games with Greenville this season.
Sean Day tallied a point in two of Windsor's three games during the week (one goal, one assist). The Rangers' third round pick (81st overall) in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft has tallied a point in four of the last five games (two goals, four assists) and in eight of the last 10 games (three goals, seven assists). He is tied for fourth on Windsor in points (11) and ranks fifth on Windsor in assists (eight) this season, and he also leads team defensemen in goals (three) in 2017-18.
Tim Gettinger registered a point in two of Sault Ste. Marie's three games during the week (one goal, one assist). The Rangers' fifth round pick (141st overall) in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft has recorded a point in five of the last six games (four goals, three assists) and he has tallied nine points (five goals, four assists) over the last nine games. Gettinger has recorded 19 points (nine goals, 10 assists) in 18 games with Sault Ste. Marie in 2017-18, and he has recorded at least one point in 12 of the 18 contests. Gettinger is tied for fifth in the OHL in shots on goal this season (74). He also leads Sault Ste. Marie in shots on goal, ranks second in goals (nine), ranks third in points (19), and ranks fourth in assists (10) this season.
Adam Huska stopped 21 of 22 shots he faced to earn his third win of the season on Nov. 3 against Vermont.
Tyler Nanne recorded his first career collegiate goal and posted a plus-two rating on Nov. 4 vs. Michigan State. The Rangers' fifth round pick (142nd overall) in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft has recorded two points (one goal, one assist) and has posted a plus-four rating in 10 games with the University of Minnesota this season, and he is tied for fourth on the team in plus/minus rating.
Sergey Zborovskiy registered two assists on Nov. 1 vs. Kansas City. The Rangers' third round pick (79th overall) in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft has tallied six points (two goals, two four) in nine games with Greenville thus far this season, and he leads team defensemen in assists in 2017-18.