Dec 9, 2022

HARTFORD, CT – New York Rangers General Manager Chris Drury announced today that the club has assigned forward Ryan Carpenter to the AHL’s Hartford Wolf Pack.

Carpenter, 31, signed with the Rangers as a free agent on July 14th, 2022. In 21 games with the Rangers this season, Carpenter has scored three points (1 g, 2 a) and collected ten penalty minutes. A native of Oviedo, Florida, Carpenter has skated in 329 career NHL games with the Rangers, San Jose Sharks, Vegas Golden Knights, Chicago Blackhawks, and Calgary Flames. During his NHL career, he has scored 72 points (27 g, 45 a).

Carpenter has also appeared in 206 career AHL games, scoring 130 points (44 g, 86 a) with the Worcester Sharks and San Jose Barracuda. The 6’1”, 198-pound forward last played in the AHL with the Barracuda during the 2016-17 season.

During his playoff career, Carpenter has skated in 26 Stanley Cup Playoff games (6 a) and 23 Calder Cup Playoff games (11 g, 11 a).

While with the Barracuda, Carpenter was named the 2015-16 Yanick Duprè Memorial Award winner as the AHL’s Best in Community.

The Pack continues a three-game homestand at the XL Center tonight when they host the Milwaukee Admirals for just the second time in franchise history. Join us for $2 beers and $1 hot dogs!

Tomorrow, the Wolf Pack host the Grand Rapids Griffins in the final game of the homestand. It’s Teddy Bear Toss night, so be sure to bring a new or gently used teddy bear to the game to throw on the ice when the club scores its first goal!  

For tickets to both games, visit www.hartfordwolfpack.com

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ABOUT THE HARTFORD WOLF PACK: The Hartford Wolf Pack has been a premier franchise in the American Hockey League since the team’s inception in 1997. The Wolf Pack are the top player-development affiliate of the NHL's New York Rangers and play at the XL Center. The Wolf Pack has been home to some of the Rangers newest faces including Igor Shesterkin, Filip Chytil, and Ryan Lindgren. Follow the Wolf Pack on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok.  

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