Skip to main content
The Official Site of the New York Rangers

Rangers recall 10 players from Hartford

by Staff Writer / New York Rangers
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has recalled 10 players from the Hartford Wolf Pack of the American Hockey League (AHL); goaltender David LeNeveu, defensemen Andrew Hutchinson, Corey Potter and Bobby Sanguinetti, and forwards Artem Anisimov, Dane Byers, Brodie Dupont, Lauri Korpikoski, Greg Moore and P.A. Parenteau.

LeNeveu, 24, appeared in 34 games with Hartford (AHL) and San Antonio (AHL) during the regular season, posting a 17-10-5 record, along with a 2.33 goals against average and a .916 save percentage. Among all AHL goaltenders, he tied for 12th in goals against average (2.33). In the postseason, the 6-1, 187-pound netminder posted a 1-3 record, along with a 2.48 goal against average.

Hutchinson, 28, collected 18 goals and 46 assists for 64 points, along with 66 penalty minutes in 67 games with Hartford (AHL) this season. The 6-2, 200-pound defenseman tied for 10th in the league for assists (46). In five postseason games, Hutchinson recorded two goals and two assists, along with four penalty minutes and a plus-three rating. His four points ranked second on the Wolf Pack in the playoffs.

Potter, 24, recorded five goals and 27 assists for 32 points, along with 102 penalty minutes in 80 games with Hartford (AHL). Potter ranked second in the league with a plus-33 rating. The 6-3, 205 pound defenseman tallied one assist in five postseason games with the Wolf Pack.

Sanguinetti, 20, split the season with Hartford (AHL) and the Brampton Battalion of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) this season. In Brampton, he registered 29 goals and 42 assists for 71 points, along with 40 penalty minutes. In six AHL games with the Wolf Pack, he registered one assist. The 6-2, 190-pound defenseman appeared in five postseason games with Hartford.

Anisimov, 19, collected six goals and 27 assists for 43 points, along with 30 penalty minutes and a plus-16 rating in 74 games with Hartford (AHL) this season as a rookie. The 6-3, 190-pound forward ranked fifth on the Wolf Pack with a plus-16 rating, and was seventh on the team in points (47). In the postseason, Anisimov recorded one goal, along with 2 penalty minutes and a plus-two rating in five games.

Byers, 22, appeared in 73 games with Hartford (AHL) this season, registering 23 goals and 23 assists for 46 points, along with 184 penalty minutes and a plus-23 rating. The 6-3, 199-pound forward tied for eighth in the league in plus/minus rating (plus-23), tied for third on the team for goals (23), ranked second on the team for penalty minutes (184), and ranked third on the club in power play goals (ten). In five postseason games, Byers registered two goals and one assist with a plus-one rating. He also skated in one game with the Rangers this season, making his NHL debut on February 5 vs. Los Angeles.

Dupont, 21, skated in 66 games as a rookie with Hartford (AHL) this season, registering nine goals and 13 assists for 22 points, along with 75 penalty minutes. The 6-2, 210-pound forward played in one postseason game.

Korpikoski, 21, appeared in 79 games with Hartford (AHL) this season, registering 23 goals and 27 assists for 50 points, along with 71 penalty minutes. The 6-1, 190-pound forward ranked fourth on the team in points (50), and tied for third in goals (23). In five playoff games, he registered one goal and one assist for two points.

Moore, 24, appeared in 72 games with Hartford (AHL), registering 26 goals and 40 assists for 66 points, along with 31 penalty minutes and a plus-27 rating. He ranked second on the team in goals (26), third in assists (40) and second in points (66). The 6-1, 209-pound forward collected one goal and two assists for three points and a plus-three rating. Moore appeared in six games with the Rangers this season, making his NHL debut on November 21 vs. Tampa Bay.

Parenteau, 25, skated in 75 games with Hartford (AHL) this season, recording 34 goals and 47 assists for 81 points, along with 81 penalty minutes and a plus-15 rating. He ranked among the league leaders in several statistical categories, including sixth in goals (34), ninth in assists (47) and fourth in points (81). The 5-11, 195-pound forward appeared in five playoff games, registering three goals and two assists for a team-leading five points.
View More