Lettieri was placed on waivers Friday, James Mirtle of The Athletic reports.
Lettieri was the leading scorer for AHL Hartford last year with 25 goals and 47 points. He linked up with the Ducks on a one-year contract, but he wasn't able to earn a bottom-six job out of training camp. Lettieri will likely report to AHL San Diego when the minor-league season begins.
Lettieri signed a one-year contract with the Ducks on Saturday, Eric Stephens of The Athletic reports.
Lettieri spent last season with AHL Hartford and led the team in goals (25) and points (47). The 25-year-old has suited up in 46 NHL games in his career but likely won't play at the top level next season unless injuries surface with the big club. Lettieri should be a top-line contributor with AHL San Diego, though.
Lettieri has been included in the Rangers' training camp roster ahead of Phase 3.
Lettieri was the leading scorer for the Hartford Wolk Pack after registering 25 goals and 22 helpers in 61 minor-league contests. In addition to Lettieri, the organization also brought in forwards Tim Gettinger, Steven Fogarty, Danny O'Regan, defensemen Brandon Crawley and K'Andre Miller and netminder Adam Huska.
Lettieri was demoted to AHL Hartford on Monday.
Lettieri split time between the NHL and AHL last season, but was significantly more productive in the minors, where he racked up 23 goals and 25 helpers in 48 outings. The University of Minnesota product's limited contributions with the Rangers, three points in 27 games, will make him a low-end fantasy option even if he does return to New York at some point this year.
Lettieri (lower body) will be in the lineup for Thursday's preseason game against the Flyers, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Lettieri missed Monday's practice due to a lower-body injury, but he's evidently already put that issue behind him. The 24-year-old is still battling for a spot in the Rangers' bottom six, but he'll likely begin the campaign in the minors. Either way, he's only totaled eight points in 46 NHL appearances over the past two seasons and won't be a viable fantasy option in 2019-20.
Lettieri missed Monday's practice due to a lower-body injury, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Coach Dan Quinn doesn't consider this a serious issue, but the team is holding him off the ice as a precaution. Lettieri is vying for a bottom-six role with the Rangers after he racked up 48 points in 45 games for their minor-league affiliate, AHL Hartford, last year. However, his production didn't translate immediately to the NHL with just three points in 27 games with the big club. Lettieri will look to shake this injury before Tuesday's game versus the Islanders or Thursday's contest versus the Flyers.
Lettieri put pen to paper on a one-year contract with the Rangers on Wednesday.
Lettieri split time between leagues last season, as he saw action in 27 NHL and 48 minor-league contests. The 24-year-old was a point per game player with the Wolf Pack, but managed a mere three points while averaging 10:09 of ice time with the Rangers. The center is far from a lock for the 23-man roster Opening Night against the Jets on Oct. 3, but a strong showing in camp could earn him a spot.
The Rangers handed Lettieri a qualifying offer Tuesday.
Lettieri didn't have much success with the big club this season, tallying three points in 27 appearances, but he was highly productive during his time with AHL Hartford, racking up 23 goals and 48 points in 48 games. The University of Minnesota product will get a chance to compete for a spot on the Rangers' Opening Night roster during training camp.
The Rangers reassigned Lettieri to AHL Hartford on Sunday.
Lettieri drew into 27 games with the big club this season, posting three points and a minus-7 rating. He'll be a restricted free agent this summer, and the Rangers figure to hold onto him and give him another shot to make the team next season.
Lettieri was promoted from AHL Hartford on Monday.
Lettieri has failed to find the scoresheet in 18 games with the Rangers this season. At the minor-league level, the winger has been far more impactful in 2018-19, scoring 22 goals and putting up 46 points in 44 appearances.
Lettieri was reassigned to AHL Hartford on Wednesday.
The 24-year-old played in two games following his call up but only managed to register two shots on goal and was a minus-1. Lettieri has been up and down between the minors and NHL this year.
Lettieri was called up to the Rangers from AHL Hartford on Wednesday.
The Minnesota native was sent down to the minors on Dec. 3, and finally received the call to return to the big club Wednesday. Though he was called up, there's no official word from the team that he will suit up in Wednesday's game against Boston. Lettieri is hardly a fantasy asset after failing to register a point in 16 games with the Rangers this season.
Lettieri, was reassigned to the AHL's Wolf Pack on Monday.
Lettieri played in two games after being called up from the AHL once again, but only managed to register one shot on net and one blocked shot. The 23-year-old has been bouncing back and forth between the minors and the NHL, and also been in and out of the lineup when he's been up, so he seems to be very much a fringe player at the moment.
Lettieri will be rejoining the Rangers ahead of Saturday's matchup with Montreal, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
After playing with seven defensemen Thursday -- a game in which they failed to find the back of the net -- the Rangers will promote Lettieri from the minors in order to give themselves a full complement of wingers. Although the move could be more precautionary, it certainly doesn't bode well for Mats Zuccarello (groin) or Vladislav Namestnikov (concussion) being able to play versus the Habs.
Lettieri was assigned to AHL Hartford on Sunday, Jon Lane of NHL.com reports.
Lettieri logged 14 games with the big club and was pointless with a minus-4 rating while averaging 8:54 of ice time per contest. The 23-year-old will continue his development in the minors, where he scored 23 goals and 12 helpers in 55 games last year. Lettieri's assignment may signal that Mats Zuccarello (lower body) is ready to re-enter the lineup Monday versus the Stars.
Lettieri was held pointless during Sunday's 4-1 loss to the Flames.
Lettieri wasn't very involved in the game, logging under 10 minutes of ice time. He finished with a minus-1 rating, but did fire two shots along with a pair of hits in the loss.
Lettieri produced two goals (one power-play tally) over five preseason games.
While he went undrafted, Lettieri fashioned 23 goals and 13 assists over 55 games for AHL Hartford last year, and more experience at the top level should do wonders for the 23-year-old center. He'll assuredly start out in a bottom-six role, so it'll be an uphill battle for Lettieri to get where he needs to be, though he doesn't seem to be the type of player to back down from a challenge.
Lettieri was promoted to the Rangers from AHL Hartford on Thursday.
The Rangers need a miracle to wind up in the postseason, so you're likely to start seeing more of their prospects rolled out as the regular season winds down. Lettieri has five points (one goal, four assists) through his first 16 NHL contests, and the rookie has earned 1:44 of power-play ice time right off the bat. Fantasy owners with stock in the young center can at least get a sneak peek to see if he's worth retaining for future seasons; so far, so good.
Lettieri was reassigned to AHL Hartford on Friday.
Lettieri, who was a standout at the University of Minnesota, defied the odds by earning a contract with the Rangers despite bypassing the NHL draft. He's added five points through 16 games at the highest level, and now picks up where he left off with the Wolfpack, having accumulated 14 goals and nine assists through 35 contests. The Rangers' playoff hopes are fleeting, but he could get called back up if injuries continue to hit the forward lines or the Blueshirts find themselves out of the postseason hunt.
Lettieri picked up an assist and added three shots, a hit and a plus-1 rating in Monday's 2-1 loss to the Stars.
The 22-year-old rookie put forth a good effort in his return from the AHL, with his plus-minus being especially surprising given his minus-10 mark in his seven previous NHL games. Lettieri could head back to AHL Hartford once either Jimmy Vesey or Pavel Buchnevich are cleared of their concussions, but five points (one goal, four assists) in 11 games isn't a bad way to kick off an NHL career.
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