Many New York Rangers prospects are playing in Europe
This week we are following the outlook for the Rangers in Russia, Finland and Sweden. Three important prospects, Vitali Kravtsov, Lauri Pajuniemi and Olof Lindbom, are still injured. Meanwhile, the coronavirus has affected Riga, Finland. In Sweden, on the other hand, matches were played in both the SHL League and the Allsvenskan League.
Defensive prospect Yegor Rykov lost CSKA to torpedo 3-2 at 17:07. Rykov was in trouble because he was on the ice with two of the three torpedo goals. Despite the defeat, CSKA remains number one at the Western Conference, five points ahead of SKA St. Petersburg. Rykov has played in all 18 CSKA games and has 5 assists of plus / minus +5.
In another KHL action, Vitali Kravtsov missed seven games in a row due to a lower body injury. It was a 3-1 defeat at home for Siberia. Traktor went 5-2 without him.
The coronavirus is disrupting Finland’s Riga schedule. Ranger’s left-wing outlook, Levi Artonen, played for Carpa and three games were postponed due to an infectious disease. The match between Wednesday and Kookoo has been postponed, and the match against SaiPa on Friday and Karpat on Saturday has also been postponed.
After the Karpat players tested positive, the KalPa game was postponed and as many as 13 KalPa players were released and determined to be quarantined.
The October 17th match against Karpat of TP Turku was postponed due to a virus. TPS resumed activity and lost three games in a row. Lauri Pajuniemi, an all-ranger forward prospect, injured her leg. They made a 4-1 decision on Ilbes and set their record at night 3-3.
Olof Lindbom missed two consecutive games in the Allsvenskan League as Mora defeated Västervik 4-3 and won the penalty shootout. Lindbomb was injured in a goal collision, but the good news is that he didn’t suffer from a concussion and only had neck and back pain, he told a Swedish newspaper. He should be back in action soon. With three starts so far, Lindbomb has a 2-0 record, a .908 ERA and an ERA of 2.70.
In the Swedish Hockey League, Karl Henrikson did not play in Florunda’s 6-2 victory in Malmö on Tuesday. Defensive prospects Calle Själin, Leksand defeated Djurgården 3-2 at 16:17. He finished +1 in the game but had no score.
On Thursday, the outlook was in line as Nils Lundkvist and Luleå took over Sharin Street and Lexand at their home Co-op Norrbotten Arena. Luleå won and won 5-2. Lundkvist assisted with the fifth Luleå goal scored at the last moment of the game. Lundkvist played at 22:44, the second highest on the team.
Calle Själin was the loser of Leksand and played at 18:17, scoring three shots and one goal. Leksand fell to a record of 2-2-2-5. Luleå remains in the lead in SHL, scoring points in each of the nine games and not losing regulation.
Florunda went on his way to play Regle and Prospect Adam Edström. Rangers draft topic Karl Henrikson was struck by Florunda for two consecutive games. Meanwhile, Edstrom played 11:09. This is the most played time of the game this season. He took two shots with one on the goal and had two blocked shots.
Reagle improved his record to 6-0-12, pulling within one point from second-placed Florunda. With 19 points, it is 3 points behind the 1st place Luleå.
We have a complete schedule for the match this weekend and hope to return to the action of Vitali Kravtsov
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