Matt Calvert

#11LW,
G
10
A
5
Pts
15
+/-
-4
PPP
0
SOG
92
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 188
Born:
Birth Place: Brandon, Manitoba
Draft: 2008 5th round (127th pick) by the
Shoots: L
  • Favorite Blue Jacket Tournament: Games 25 and 26
    The Cannon

    Favorite Blue Jacket Tournament: Games 25 and 26

    Reminder: Click the link at the top of the page to vote on the other open first and second round match-ups. Games 11 and 12 close today at noon. Round 2 moves on to the recent-but-not-current Blue Jackets. Round 2, Game 25: Mark Letestu vs. Vinny Prospal Letestu, C: 233 GP; 43 G; 55 A; 98 P Round 1: Letestu defeated Brandon Saad, 125-89 Prospal, C: 130 GP; 28 G; 57 A; 85 P Notes: Prospal only spent 2 seasons here at the end of his career, but he made an impression. He was a valuable mentor in the clubhouse during a time of transition. His best highlight was pointing at the scoreboard during a win over Detroit in 2013. Round 2, Game 26: RJ Umberger vs. Jared Boll Umberger, C: 445 GP; 120 G; 130

  • NHL’s best players under age 25 for 2017: Follow the complete list
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    NHL’s best players under age 25 for 2017: Follow the complete list

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  • Scouting the Metropolitan Division
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    Scouting the Metropolitan Division

    We are now late enough in free agency to have a good idea of what the majority of NHL rosters are going to look like next season. And for Rangers fans, the teams that matter the most (outside of the one that plays in the Garden) are the teams in the Metropolitan Division. The Vegas Golden Knights joining the Pacific Division has certainly changed the landscape of the Western Conference. But the balance of power in the East, especially in the Metropolitan Division, has also changed. The Rangers are one of the few teams that were in the playoffs last season that are almost certainly better than they were last year. And many of the Rangers rivals have taken a step backwards. It’s time to catch up