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    Rangers Draft [D] Tyler Nanne With 5th Round (142nd) Pick



    Name: Tyler Nanne
    Position: D
    Shoots: Right
    Current Team: Ohio St(NCAA)

    Hockey's Future Profile: http://www.hockeysfuture.com/prospects/tyler-nanne/

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    http://snyrangersblog.com/prospects/...2-tyler-nanne/

    Mobile, puck moving defenseman who is “ultra confident” with the puck.

    Not afraid to join the rush and very creative with the puck

    Smoot skater and can go end to end quickly

    Hard shot form the point but could be more accurate

    Sound positionally defensively but still has a long way to go.

    The one thing that is very impressive is his smarts and ability to make the simple play to avoid trouble. He does not panic when there is a hard forecheck applied. He has solid upside and raw potential, but it will certainly help if he grows a little bit more.

    Has played a bit of forward and may have his future there.

    NHL potential is to be an offensive defenseman or forward.
    http://www.sbncollegehockey.com/coll...y-steve-rohlik

    Nanne is capable of playing both forward and defense, but has focused more on playing the blue line in the past year. He's a smaller defenseman, listed at 5'10" 175 lbs., but has elite-level agility and a surprisingly heavy shot for his size.

    Nanne is one of the favorites to win the prestigious Minnesota Mr. Hockey Award, and is a potential NHL Draft pick this summer.
    http://www.landgrantholyland.com/201...le-tyler-nanne

    Tyler Nanne 2014 NHL Draft scouting report: Potentially exceptional offensive defenseman

    Tyler Nanne is probably ones of Steve Rohlik's highest upside recruits, and certainly his most famous, since he took over the head coaching position from Mark Osiecki after the 2013 season. The defenseman was one of the finalists for the state of Minnesota's Mr. Hockey award, which has been given out to the likes of Ryan McDonagh, Paul Martin, Brian Lee and Nick Leddy within the last 15 years. He comes from one of hockey's most famous families and, most relevant here, is eligible for the 2014 NHL Draft as he turned 18 on March 17.
    Despite his supreme agility and uncommonly heavy shot, he still is only projected to go between the 4th and 7th round of the NHL Draft according to Central Scouting's rankings due to his slight build.

    This is exactly the type of player you bank on though later in the Draft. When you're a good team drafting at the end of every round or really any team trying to find inefficiencies in the Draft to make the most out of your later round picks that usually have about a 12% chance of playing in the NHL, there are certain types of players you should go after. Scorers who are smaller is probably on the top of that inefficiency list. Nanne is as good a bet as anyone to outplay his draft spot. He's played forward in high school and that agility combined with his shot and forward instincts should at least give him a puncher's chance of scoring at a decent clip professionally.

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    ^^^^ they sure do a good job of making these late round picks sound great, but still plenty there to make one drool quietly that the Rangers have down a nice job in the later rounds...Not that we stole anything, but seems like a good selection in the 5th. Clark likes his skill and shot. Says he started with 5 guys but came away with 7, so I guess he saw opportunities (or inefficiency in the draft as the post above describes it)

    "Nanne's a high-skill right hand shot defenseman" G. Clark
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    Adam Herman at Blueshirts Banter had an update recently on Nanne.
    Nothing to stop pause from your holiday shopping for, but a few words on a distant prospect

    http://www.blueshirtbanter.com/2014/...offensive-game

    Tyler Nanne, drafted by the Rangers in the fifth round of the 2014 draft, brought something new to the prospect pool that the Rangers sorely needed; a high-upside offensive defenseman. Dan Boyle is 38 years old. Mat Bodie is already 24 and is not at all a guaranteed NHLer. Calle Andersson is playing in Switzerland. Adding a pure offensive defenseman of any kind to the depth chart was a breath of fresh air.

    That's why it was so disappointing to see Nanne, an Ohio State commit for the Fall of 2015, struggle mightily as he spends his gap year in the USHL. A player with his ability should do significantly better than the one goal and two assists he produced in 13 games with the Sioux Falls Stampede. Nanne recognized his need to play better, but also felt that he wasn't a good fit for Sioux Falls' system and needed a change of scenery. They granted him his wish, and he was shipped to the Madison Capitols.

    The immediate result has been Nanne rediscovering that offensive ability that the Rangers were so fond of. He's potted three goals and added two assists in six games with Madison. The move has been mutually beneficial, with Nanne greatly improving the team's power play.
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    thanks. Hopefully he feels that our system agrees with him if he ever gets up here.

    do you ever get the feeling that our farm system is like the Mets. we have all these young guys and all you ever hear about them is that their still developing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slobberknocker View Post
    thanks. Hopefully he feels that our system agrees with him if he ever gets up here.

    do you ever get the feeling that our farm system is like the Mets. we have all these young guys and all you ever hear about them is that their still developing.
    Eh, not really. I think the ones that are actually NHL-level talents tend to come along in a timely fashion. Hags wasn't in Hartford for too long. Staal made the jump straight from Junior. Girardi only played one full season in the AHL. Fast just made it up this year. McD played less than 40 games for Hartford before coming up and staying permanently. Stepan made the jump straight from the NCAA. Hayes made the jump right away. Miller played two half seasons with the Pack, occasionally getting a call up, and only 18 games with them this year. Dominic Moore played two full seasons with the Pack. Henrik made the jump straight from Frolunda. Zook only spent about 70 games total with the Pack. Duke made the jump (mostly) straight from Junior. Etc., etc., etc..

    For a guy we JUST took this past summer, and a d-man no less, it's kind of expected for him to be far off at this point. If we get fortunate and he pans out, we're looking at 4-5 years before we see his name on our roster. But that's not necessarily the "norm" for guys we take. The point is, if they're good enough, we actually bring them along fairly quickly. We've had a steady influx of young talent pretty much since the 04-05 lockout, which was the best thing to ever happen to this team.

    In that regard, I think we've actually been pretty fortunate with our drafting/developing. Some guys just take longer than others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CreaseCrusader91 View Post
    Hasn't played at all this year for Ohio State. Recovering from complications related to myocarditis.
    Damn. That sucks for the kid. Really. Glad he survived.
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