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Pavel Buchnevich

20-Year-Old Left Wing – New York Rangers

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The Rangersí third-round pick in 2013, Buchnevich has been blossoming into a considerable offensive force in Russia. He finished third in goals and points for the KHL's Cherepovets Severstal, and he did it in a league that tends to favor veteran players. The 20-year-old fits...

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Buchnevich has indicated that he intends to remain with Severstal of the KHL during the 2015-16 season, Igor Eronko of reports. "It's too hard to make the Rangers' roster right now, so I decided to develop in the KHL for one more year," Buchnevich said.

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Buchnevich is off to a solid start with KHL Severstal, posting 15 points in his first 24 games.

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Buchnevich has been selected by the Rangers with the 75th pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.

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Yet another score from the Rangersí trio of third-round draft picks in 2013, Buchnevich seems to be coming along quite nicely. The 19-year-old forward registered 18 points in 40 games with the KHLís Severstal Cherepovets last season, and will likely spend the 2014-15 campaign with the club again. While we donít see him trekking across the Atlantic for official NHL games this season, he certainly impressed at July's prospect camp and is a talent for dynasty owners to consider nabbing now.


Originally projected as a first round pick, however, wide speculation that he has a tendency to get 'lazy' combined with fears of the "Russian Factor" allowed the Rangers' to take him with their third round pick (75th overall) in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft. After registering a combined 13 goals, 21 assists and 38 penalty minutes with the Russian U18 team and Almaz Cherepovets (MHL), Buchnevich collected a goal and an assist in 12 games with a much older squad, the Severstal Cherepovets of the KHL. Listed at 6'1, 161-pounds, the 18-year-old Buchnevich seemingly has a lot more room to grow physically. The speedy forward has what scouts call phenomenal offensive instincts and a fantastic shot, so he is a wait-and-see project for those in keeper leagues.