Rangers 2020 2nd round pick, Will Cuylle can play anywhere in the lineup
The Rangers traded away disappointing prospect Lias Andersson to the LA Kings in the 2020 draft. In return, the Blueshirts received the Kings second round pick, 60th overall to draft Will Cuylle.
Will Cuylle can play anywhere in the lineup
In a brand new interview that will be released in full soon, we spoke with Will Cuylle. From how he got into hockey, to what it was like to be drafted, and yes even some Star Wars questions, we hit on it all.
When we asked Will where he thinks he fits with the Rangers, his answer was perfect. “I can see myself anywhere with the way I play,” he began. “I’d be a good supporting role for a top center.”
“The way I play, fast and physical is important on any line to get in on the forecheck,” Cuylle continued. “Separate guys from the puck and make simple plays…so whether that’s me being on the 3rd of the 4th line as an energy guy or on the first or the second line scoring goals using my body strategically.”
More on William Cuylle
The Blueshirts moved an asset that had no desire to continue in the organization. In return they used that 2nd round pick to select LW, William Cuylle. Here’s a quick scouting report.