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Conor Allen Looks For Big Break

by Tony Griffo | Posted on Tuesday, August 12th, 2014

Conor Allen, a 6-foot-1-inch 210-pound defense-man, is on the New York Rangers’ radar.  He is but 24 and has been playing in the AHL (American Hockey League) with the Hartford Whales.  He came up to join the Rangers last season and did in fact get into a game or two, but the defensive pairings were set and he was not able to stick.

Conor Allen Photo Credit: blueshirtsunited.com

Conor Allen
Photo Credit: blueshirtsunited.com

This year may be different, and the former UMASS D-man is going to do everything he can to make that happen.  When Training Camp opens, he will be one of the youngsters that the coaching staff will be looking at very, very closely.

Many believe that he has done enough to warrant a roster spot and this Training Camp will solidify that thinking.

I, for one, believe that Conor Allen will not only make the Rangers team for the 2014-15 season, but the Chicago, Illinois native will be a big part of the team’s success.

What do you guys think?  Let’s hear what you have to say about Conor Allen and what part he will play for the Rangers this season.

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A Nutley, NJ native, Tony is Seton Hall University graduate currently in his 20th year as a history teacher. Has coached a variety of sports at the high school level and is a fan of the Mets, Knicks, Giants and Rangers, Seton Hall and Notre Dame. Tony will be covering mostly the New York Rangers and Seton Hall Athletics for DoubleGSports.com.
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A Nutley, NJ native, Tony is Seton Hall University graduate currently in his 20th year as a history teacher. Has coached a variety of sports at the high school level and is a fan of the Mets, Knicks, Giants and Rangers, Seton Hall and Notre Dame. Tony will be covering mostly the New York Rangers and Seton Hall Athletics for DoubleGSports.com.

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