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Draft 2010 - NYR

2010-07-29

 

The Rangers were not one of the busiest teams of the AHSQ draft this year, but GM Alexandre Lamer seemed really pleased with the outcome of the 2010 Draft. They drafted Brandon Gormley, Justin Faulk, and Johan Larsson.  The rest of the NYR picks were sold for various sums of money.

“We were really surprised to see Gormley available at the 8th overall spot.  He was top of our list and were really happy to have him part of our organazation.  He replaces E. Johnson as our future Dman.  In Justin Faulk we get a big defensive Dman who has a killer shot from the blue line.  Johan  Larsson is a solid forward prospect that we hope develops his offensive game when he makes the move to North America.”

“We had to move a few picks for money because our scouting staff could not afford to come to LA.  We got a total of 17m for our picks, which should help cover some of the over spending the organization has had in the last few years.”

NYR still have their picks for 2011, with the exception of their 3rd pick that was dealt away in a previous draft.  The Rangers hope to pick 30th with their next 1st round pick.

NY Times