Jack Roslovic

Jack Roslovic

Height/Weight: 6' 1"/200 lbs
Born: Columbus, Ohio
Draft: 2015 1st round (25th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • New York Post

    Rangers' polarizing first line peaking just in time for NHL playoffs

    The Rangers' most polarizing line is playing some of its best hockey at the perfect time. Mika Zibanejad, Chris Kreider and Jack Roslovic, who have largely been grouped together on the team's first line in recent weeks after Roslovic's arrival ahead of the trade deadline, produced four points during the Rangers' 4-0 win over the Senators on Monday night at Madison Square Garden. The win clinched the Presidents' Trophy and home-ice advantage throughout the entirety of the playoffs for the Rangers. Kreider delivered two assists, Zibanejad added an assist and Roslovic scored the game's opening goal. The game prior, a 3-2 shootout win over the Islanders on Saturday, Kreider and Zibanejad each recorded

  • The Hockey Writers

    How Have the Rangers' 2024 Trade Deadline Additions Performed?

    The New York Rangers were one of the most active teams ahead of the 2024 NHL Trade Deadline on March 8. They needed to fill a few holes, and while they didn't make a big splash, they found the players they needed to round out the lineup. They added Alex Wennberg from the Seattle Kraken, Chad Ruhwedel from the Pittsburgh Penguins, and Jack Roslovic from the Columbus Blue Jackets. A little over a month later, here's a look at how the players have fit in and whether they still need time to adjust. Alex Wennberg Wennberg has been the best fit so far. He was brought in to be the third-line center after Filip Chytil was shut down for the season due to injury. He is known for his defensive game, which

  • New York Post

    Jack Roslovic's dropoff means Rangers' shuffling still unfinished

    More From: Larry Brooks Sidney Crosby's NHL awards reality shouldn't overshadow his latest Penguins masterpiece Devils brawl was all part of the 'fun' for Matt Rempe Rangers make points with their fists and play in win over Devils Peter Laviolette's structure, positivity a 'perfect match' for Rangers Ryan Lindgren's long-term Rangers extension is tough to predict but needs to happen Given the opportunity by a generous journalist to frame Sunday's healthy scratch for Jack Roslovic 15 games into his Rangers career as, “Just a rotation thing?” head coach Peter Laviolette seized the moment by affirming it as, “just a rotation thing.” Which represents a funny way to say, “benched.” It is not Laviolette's