With the 2012 NHL Entry Draft rapidly approaching, the New York Rangers' brass have a lot of decisions to make. Mainly, which direction they're going to go when they step up to the podium with their first-round pick (28th overall).
There are, obviously, only three options: Offense, defense and goaltending. In a draft with as many potential sleepers as this one, it should be very interesting to see what Gordie Clark and company grab when they're on the clock.
It should be noted that there is a significant amount of defenseman who are projected to go in the top half of the draft, which might leave more forwards at the back (where the Rangers pick) or could