Yes, it was a busy day in Rangers land yesterday.
Oh, you didn't hear? One goalie in and another out. When the dust settled, the Rangers now have three goalies in the system of varying ages, giving them some flexibility in between the pipes.
Dawson Carty is the new backup, Jordan DeKort has been sent to the Barrie Colts and Matt Greenfield is the official No. 1 netminder.
In the end, it didn't make sense for the Rangers to keep two 19-year-olds in net moving forward. Now, Greenfield can be an OA guy next year with young guns behind him.
Kitchener is flush with goaltending prospects with Izzy Benigno signed and rights to Luke Opilka, Jack LaFontaine, Julian Sime, Chris Birdsall, Hayden Lavigne and Jonah Capriotti.
It'll be interesting to see how Greenfield responds now that he knows he's the main man.
As for DeKort, it just never came together for him in Kitchener. He looked great at times but struggled with consistency. He was a smart guy who always gave thoughtful interviews to me.
It doesn't look like D Max Iafrate - on an AHL tryout in Lake Erie - will be back for Friday's game in London.
The Monsters hold training camp all week and then play pre-season games on Friday and Saturday. You'd think they'd keep all their players until at least the weekend to see them in action.
Iafrate is one of a dozen defencemen at camp. The group also includes former Ranger Cody Sol.
Jacob Cascagnette had a goal and Scott Pedersen picked up a helper as the Jr. B Kitchener Dutchmen won 6-2 over Listowel last night. Both are Rangers prospects.
Former Rangers forward Radek Faksa has been reassigned by the Dallas Stars to their AHL affiliate in Cedar Park, Texas.