Rangers Agree To Terms With Defenseman Potter


Jul 14, 2009

The New York Rangers agreed to terms with a defenseman Corey Potter, general manager Glen Sather announced on Tuesday.

Potter, 25, made his NHL debut last season with the Rangers against
the Calgary Flames on December 7. He recorded his first NHL point with
an assist in his next game against the New Jersey Devils on December
27, finishing the season with one goal and one assist in five games.

Potter, a fourth-round pick (122nd overall) of the Rangers in the
2003 NHL draft, spent the majority of the 2008-09 season with the
Hartford Wolf Pack of the AHL, scoring 10 goals and adding 22 assists
for 32 points. He led all Wolf Pack defensemen in goals and totaled 82
penalty minutes in 67 games.

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