The New York Rangers do not have as remarkably deep of a prospect pool as they may have had four or five years ago. Blame it on the team's overall success and lack of high draft picks or the graduation of numerous prospects over the same period of time.
It doesn't matter. The Rangers now lack true top-end talent as well as overall depth on offense.
That being said, there are some names to look out for. And I'm not just talking about the high-profile guys—Brady Skjei, Anthony Duclair, etc.—but some of the lesser-known farm players could pan out and become good players at the NHL level.
Today, we'll take a look at the Rangers four most impressive prospects who've flown under the radar and try to gauge when they could make an impact.