Rangers Recall RW Jason Dawe and LW Daniel Goneau from Hartford (AHL)
/ New York Rangers
The New York Rangers announced today that the club has recalled right wing Jason Dawe and left Wing Daniel Goneau from Hartford of the American Hockey League (AHL).
Dawe, 26, has notched nine goals and nine assists for 18 points, along with 22 penalty minutes in 24 matches with Hartford this season. The 5-10 180-pound right wing tallied 24 points (11 goals and 13 assists), along with 24 penalty minutes in 41 games before being acquired from Nashville’s top minor affiliate, the Milwaukee Admirals, of the International Hockey League (IHL). The Native of North York, Ontario has appeared in two games with the Rangers this season, collecting one assist. He has skated in 364 career NHL games, notching 86 goals and 90 assists for 175 points, along with 160 penalty minutes with the Rangers, Buffalo, the Islanders and Montreal.
Dawe was originally selected as Buffalo’s second choice, 35th overall in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft.
Goneau, 24, has collected 31 points (15 goals, 16 assists), along with 48 penalty minutes in 48 games with Hartford this season. The native of Montreal, Quebec has skated in 120 games with the Hartford Wolf Pack (AHL), notching 35 goals and35 assists for 70 points, along with 104 penalty minutes over the last three seasons. The 6-0 195-pound left wing has tallied 12 goals and three assists for 15 points, along with 14 penalty minutes in 52 games with the Rangers.
Goneau was originally drafted by the Boston Bruins in the second round of the 1994 NHL Entry Draft, but re-entered the draft during the 1996 season after failing to sign with the club. New York selected Goneau in the second round, 48th overall, in the 1996 Entry Draft.