2010 NHL Entry Draft

Rangers 2011 Entry Draft Picks at a Glance

Blueshirts scheduled to pick up a total of four players in Minnesota

Saturday, 06.25.2011 / 11:28 AM / 2011 NHL Entry Draft
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Rangers 2011 Entry Draft Picks at a Glance
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Here is a look at the players taken by the Rangers in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. The Rangers are due to make additional picks at  No. 172. Players are listed by the round in which they were drafted:

PLAYERS DRAFTED BY THE RANGERS
RANKINGS 

J.T. Miller
J.T. Miller ROUND 1, No. 15 Overall
C/LW (U.S. Under-18 Team)        VIDEO: Pick | Interview | Clark on Miller
Height: 6-1 - Weight: 198 - Shot: Left - Born: March 14, 1993
2010-11: 56 games; 15 goals; 35 assists; 50 points; 86 PIM
NOTES: Consistent, hard-working defensive forward who always makes life tough on opponents. Led U.S. in scoring with 13 points at World U-18s en route to gold. He will play college hockey at North Dakota next season.
Hometown: East Palestine, Ohio (American)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Ranked No. 23
(North American skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
59
17
9
Steven Fogarty
Steven Fogarty ROUND 3, No. 72 Overall
Center (Edina Hornets, Minnesota High School)          VIDEO: Interview
Height: 6-2 - Weight: 194 - Shot: Right - Born: April 19, 1993
2010-11: 24 games; 23 goals; 17 assists; 40 points; 12 PIM
NOTES: Well-conditioned, strong play-making center who has excellent hockey sense and was big star in high school thanks to relentlessness and natural game-breaking ability. Will play college hockey at Notre Dame.
Hometown: Edina, Minnesota (American)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Ranked No. 90
(North American skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
--
--
78
Michael St. Croix
Michael St. Croix ROUND 4, No. 106 Overall
Center (Edmonton Oil Kings, Western Hockey League)
Height: 5-11 - Weight: 176 - Shot: Right - Born: April 10, 1993
2010-11: 68 games; 27 goals; 48 assists; 75 points; 48 PIM
NOTES: The son of former NHL goaltender Rick St. Croix is natural scorer with tremendous offensive upside for NHL level. Possesses great hockey sense and dazzles with outstanding speed and remarkable stickhandling.
Hometown: Winnipeg, Manitoba (Canadian)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Ranked No. 59
(North American skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
46
64
63
Shane McColgan
Shane McColgan ROUND 5, No. 134 Overall
Right Wing (Kelowna Rockets, WHL)           VIDEO: Profile | Interview
Height: 5-8 - Weight: 165 - Shot: Right - Born: January 1, 1993
2010-11: 67 games; 21 goals; 45 assists; 66 points; 62 PIM
NOTES: Highly skilled and one of draft's top skaters, he mades up for his size with great speed, remarkable creativity and high competie level. A potential NHL game-breaker who is not afraid to go into dirty areas of ice.
Hometown: Manhattan Beach, California (American)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Ranked No. 125
(North American skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
97
96
57
Samuel Noreau
Samuel Noreau ROUND 5, No. 136 Overall
Defense (Baie-Comeau Drakkar, QMJHL)
Height: 6-5 - Weight: 206 - Shot: Right - Born: January 31, 1993
2010-11: 67 games; 5 goals; 5 assists; 10 points; 141 PIM
NOTES: A hulking defenseman who showed ability to protect teammates in finishing second on his team in penalty minutes. He also managed to contribute offense with five goals and nearly a shot on goal per game.
Hometown: Montreal, Quebec (Canadian)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Ranked No. 183
(North American skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
--
--
136
Peter Ceresnak
Peter Ceresnak ROUND 6, No. 172 Overall
Defense (Dukla Trencin, Slovak Junior)
Height: 6-3 - Weight: 209 - Shot: Right - Born: January 26, 1993
2010-11: 23 games; 1 goals; 3 assists; 4 points; 16 PIM
NOTES: Great NHL upside as two-say defenseman who has great size and understands positional play in his own zone very well. Very good at shutting down opponents and not afraid to pinch into the offensive zone.
Hometown: Trencin, Slovakia (Slovak)
CENTRAL SCOUTING Ranked No. 35
(European skaters)
OTHER RANKINGS
THN ISS RLR
--
114
188

NOTES: The Rangers traded forward Evgeny Grachev to the St. Louis Blues in exchange for the 2011 third-round pick (No. 72 overall) that was used to select Steven Fogarty. The Rangers also traded their 2012 sixth-round pick to the Nashville Predators in exchange for Nashville's 2011 sixth round pick (No. 172 overall), which was used to select Peter Ceresnak.



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