Miller, who was named the game's second star, now has 11g, 12a on the season.
Speaking of Rangers first round picks, Rubenstein also notes that in Dylan McIlrath's (2010 - 1st) second game since returning from injury he showed no ill effects from a possible concussion as he picked up a secondary assist as well as getting into his third fight of the season but it wasn't enough as his Moose Jaw Warriors lost to the Swift Current Broncos 3-2. McIlrath now has 2g, 3a on the season.
For more prospect news, read the rest of Rubenstein's report at The Prospect Park.
...seriously can you imagine the Rangers next season with both Miller and Hagelin on the team. I think I'm excited.
...very encouraging to see McIlrath feeling confident enough to fight again.
Hagelin and Erixon both had strong games again in this afternoon's Whale loss to the Ice Caps 4-3. Hags had another goal where it looked like he either took the puck or a stick in the face. Erixon really stepping up in a leadership role on the point.
Excited for the future? You betcha!
A Canadiens fan sitting next to me said that they would gladly take Hagelin off our hands in exchange for Gomez. I told him if he meant Selena then we had a deal!
Redden, again, was on the ice for the go ahead goal by the Ice Caps with 3 minutes left to play and was very, very Thorton (i.e., soft) on the lay.
@kap18s Oh yeah, forgot about that low level prospect. lol