New York Rangers send Will Cuylle back to AHL
The New York Rangers announced on Thursday that forward Will Cuylle has been reassigned to the Hartford Wolf Pack.
Cuylle, 21, has no points in four NHL games while averaging just 6:58 per night. The youngster has still been effective with 8 hits, 1 shots and 10 penalty minutes (2 fighting majors).
It should be noted that he is waivers exempt.
Will Cuylle returned to AHL
Since being selected in the second-round of the 2020 Draft, Cuylle has moved up the Rangers prospect pool.
Prior to his first call up to play in Toronto against the Maple Leafs on January 25, the power forward earned AHL All-Star honors. New York sent him down for the NHL All-Star break after their matchup on January 27 versus the Vegas Golden Knights.
He played in one game before being pulled from the AHL All-Star Classic to be recalled for these last two wins versus the Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks.
This season, Cuylle has recorded 14 goals and 21 points in 42 games with the Pack.
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