|New York Rangers|
|Written by Brendan Ross|
May 2013 - Skjei completed his freshman year at the University of Minnesota with one goal and three points in 36 games. While not an elite offensive talent, more was expected of him. Additionally, he only had 14 PIM and does not play much of a physical game. As a former first-round draft choice, he will have opportunities to play in New York if he continues to develop but at this point it is unlikely that any of his skills translate to fantasy hockey. Eric Daoust
December 2012 - Brady Skjei was one of the 27 American players named to the USA preliminary roster for the upcoming 2013 World Junior Championships. Skjei has one goal and two points in 14 games for the University of Minnesota this season. Brendan Ross
June, 2012 – Skjei is a two-way defenseman that is extremely mobile. Drafted 28th overall by the Rangers, he doesn’t possess a big upside but he is capable of making consistent breakout passes and logging tough defensive minutes. For a big man, Skjei needs to engage himself more to better utilize his large frame.
Fantasy Outlook: D+
Skjei does not possess the offensive upside to become fantasy relevant unless in very deep leagues.
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|Last Updated on Monday, 13 May 2013 19:45|