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Ask Jeff Gorton & Gordie Clark New York Rangers
Monday, 05.16.2016 / 2:26 PM
Ask Gordie Clark, the Rangers Director of Player Personnel, questions about Russian forward Pavel Buchnevich and you will largely receive very measured answers about the player considered to be one of the organization's top prospects.
However it doesn't take long before Clark offers up what he really thinks of the player he helped the Rangers draft with the 75th overall pick in 2013.
Monday, 05.09.2016 / 2:19 PM
Stromwall is an offensive player with size and speed, who, simply, likes to put the puck in the net.
“I like to play with good speed,” Stromwall said. “I shoot the puck a lot and try to make offensive plays, always work hard. That’s the kind of player I am. I like to put the puck in the net and make plays all over the ice.”
Gordie Clark, the Rangers’ Director, Player Personnel, said it was “impressive
Tuesday, 03.29.2016 / 11:20 AM
to round out his game during his stay in South Bend.
Gordie Clark, the Rangers' director of player personnel, agreed with Fogarty's assessment of growing as a player over the five years since he was drafted, which included a year in the British Columbia Hockey League.
"Steven's game has really evolved since we drafted him five years ago," Clark said in an email. "At Notre Dame, over four years he
Friday, 09.11.2015 / 10:44 AM
the board with 15 goals, 24 assists and 39 points in just 50 games. To put that into perspective, Graves had never topped five goals or 13 assists in a single season.
“Honestly, going into the season I didn’t try to change anything,” Graves said. “I wasn’t trying to put up points. I’ll never go into a season looking for a certain [number of points].”
Gordie Clark, the Rangers’ Director of Player
Thursday, 09.10.2015 / 10:41 AM
an offense-first player, which is what appealed to Gordie Clark, Rangers Director of Player Personnel, to select ‘Tambo’ in the third-round of the 2013 NHL Draft.
“I would certainly say that with the numbers Adam put up [in Calgary] and what we drafted him for, it was going to be the offense that he brings to the game,” Clark said.
With that said, Clark added that they’ve expressed the need
Thursday, 09.03.2015 / 10:29 AM
“We wanted him to take a step this year from his game last year,” said Gordie Clark, Rangers Director, Player Personnel. “He’s your prototypical third-line player with size. His skating is good now, but he has to get a step in his feet.
“He can really surprise you with the shot from the wing,” Clark added. “He has to play a physical game.”
Iverson has accepted the challenge of not letting
Tuesday, 09.01.2015 / 10:26 AM
, according to Gordie Clark, the team’s Director, Player Personnel.
“His game is what we’re all about right now going forward,” Clark said. “Three or four years ago in our meetings … we wanted to go with speed and skill. That’s been a big part of our game.”
Gropp, who stands 6-foot-2 and weighs 187 pounds, said he feels he “really fits in perfectly with the way [the Rangers] play their game,” and added
Thursday, 08.13.2015 / 1:20 PM
really help us,” Gorton added.
Gorton said that Greeley’s role is very similar to the one he had upon his arrival in New York in 2006, in that he’ll work at both the amateur and professional levels. Gorton said Greeley will report directly to Rangers Director of Player Personnel Gordie Clark.
At the amateur level, the Scituate, Mass. native was a regional scout for the U.S. National Team
Friday, 07.24.2015 / 11:47 AM
, and is focusing on becoming stronger and even better conditioned.
He knows that he needs to show what kind of professional NHL prospect he is this season, and definitely made a big impression already this summer on Gordie Clark, the Rangers Director of Player Personnel, who declared that Nieves was the most impressive player at the team's recent Prospects Development Camp.
"This is definitely the biggest
In the first half of the scrimmage from Rangers prospect camp, Gordie Clark joins Jim Cerny to discuss the Rangers' prospect pool....