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Rangers eying high end prospect to help their top six forwards


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Ryan Hall
June 15, 2024  (9:11)
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Rangers prospect Brennan Othmann
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General manager Chris Drury and his team continue to prepare themselves for the NHL Entry Draft and it appears they are ready to promote one of their own prospects in hopes he will help their top six forwards.

Rangers forward prospect Brennan Othmann who stands at six feet 181 lbs, is currently playing through the Hartford Wolf Pack. He was selected in the first-round 16th overall in the 2021 NHL Entry Draft.
According to eliteprospects.com he has a great ability to charge out of his own end and into the offensive zone while holding the puck. He's also known to play the body and loves to pressure on the forecheck.
These attributes will certainly help the Rangers as it became clear the team needs to score more goals especially on the top two lines. Time and time again the Rangers relied on their power play for most of their goal scoring and with the lack of five-on-five goals there clearly needs to be a spark added to the top six.
The 21-year-old left winger played 67 games for the Wolf Pack, and scored 21 goals with 28 assists for 49 points and had 65 penalty minutes.
Othmann will have the summer to continue working on his game and be prepared for training camp which will begin in September. With several great prospects in the prospect pool for the Rangers, he will certainly need to stand out if he wishes to secure a spot to go in to opening night.
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