New York Rangers announce 2021 Development Camp roster; here’s a deeper look

Rangers release prospect camp roster.

By Forever Blueshirts
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Jun 22, 2018; Dallas, TX, USA; Nils Lundkvist poses for a photo with team representatives after being selected as the number twenty-eight overall pick to the New York Rangers in the first round of the 2018 NHL Draft at American Airlines Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

The New York Rangers have released the roster for the 2021 Development Camp.

Nils Lundkvist (2018 1st Rd), Braden Schneider (2020 1st Rd) and Brennan Otthman (2021 1st Rd) headline this group of prospects.

Below is the full list of players which includes 16 forwards, 8 defenseman, and 3 goalies.

New York Rangers 2021 Development Camp Roster

Forwards:

  • Morgan Barron
  • Will Cuylle
  • Jayden Grubee
  • Karl Henriksson
  • Patrick Khoderenko
  • Ryder Korczak
  • Brody Lamb
  • Michael O’Leary
  • Brennan Othmann
  • Lauri Pajuniemi
  • Matt Rempe
  • Justin Richards
  • Austin Rueschhoff
  • James Sanchez
  • Evan Vierling
  • Alex Whelan

Defense:

  • Zach Berzolla
  • Zach Giuttari
  • Zac Jones
  • Nils Lundkvist
  • Tarmo Reunanen
  • Matthew Robertson
  • Braden Schneider
  • Hunter Skinner

Goalies:

  • Talyn Boyko
  • Dylan Garand
  • Tyler Wall
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May 6, 2021; Boston, Massachusetts, USA; New York Rangers center Morgan Barron (47) before their game against the Boston Bruins at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

Preview of Development Camp

Steve Kournianos of The Draft Analyst provided Forever Blueshirts with some insights into the Rangers selections that will be showcasing their talents.

Skilled forwards Ryder Korczak, (Rd 3) and Brody Lamb (Rd 4) don’t fit into your typical “physical forward” category, as they are offense-minded weapons who just happen to play hard,” he said.

As far as 3rd pick Jayden Grubbe goes, he believes that the center could be a steal for the Blueshirts. “He and Brennan Othmann were linmates for Canada-Black at the 2019 World under-17 Challenge and they blitzed opposing defensemen during breakouts left and right, but then made plays off turnovers,” Kournianos noted.

In goal, 4th round pick, Talyn Boyko played in the WHL last season and notched a 7-7-0 record with a .901 SV% and GAA of 3.02 with a shutout. Boyko is enormous at 6-7 and if his skills develop to go with his size, a bright future is ahead.

Key rookies to watch

Nils Lundkvist, the 21 year-old defenseman had an amazing SHL career and is ready to make the transition to the NHL.

This past season, Lundkvist was recognized as the Salming Trophy winner as the SHL’s best Swedish born defenseman. In 52 games, he notched 32 points which included 14 goals. That the most goals from a defenseman as a 21 year-old player or younger in the league’s history.

At 6-2 and 210 pounds, Braden Schneider plays a physical brand of hockey. He was highly regarded by Jeff Gorton who admitted he tried to trade up several times to draft him and was ultimately successful. After making a deal with the Calgary Flames, the Blueshirts chose him 19th overall in 2020.

The 19 year-old had an amazing 2021 as he won Gold with Team Canada at the World Championships with head coach Gerard Gallant. He was also the WHL’s top defender after scoring 27 points in 22 games.

The New York Rangers signed Will Cuylle to an entry-level contract that begins this season. They drafted Cuylle in the second round of the 2020 draft 60th overall. The pick was acquired from the L.A. Kings in exchange for Lias Andersson.

Last season, the 19 year-old played in 18 games with the Hartford Wolf Pack in the AHL. He registered 2 goals and 3 assists for 5 points in those contests.

Development Schedule

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

Goalie Work…11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Group A On-Ice Test…12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

Group B On-Ice Test…1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

Group C On-Ice Test…2:00 PM – 3:00 PM

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

Group 1 Practice…10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Group 2 Practice…11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

Goalie Work…9:00 AM – 10:00 AM

On-Ice Scrimmage…10:00 AM – 11:15 AM

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

Goalie Work…11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

On-Ice Scrimmage…12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

Practice…12:15 PM

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16

Practice…12:15 PM

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

Practice…12:15 PM

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

Rookie Game vs. Philadelphia Flyers (MSG Training Center)…3:00 PM

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

Rookie Game at Philadelphia Flyers (Skate Zone Voorhees)…5:00 PM

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

Practice…12:15 PM

*All groups and times are subject to change

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