Sep 30, 2020
New York Rangers
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<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>bhavikp27</b></div><div>As per the NHL Hockey Operations Guidelines, no.
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Rookie: first year in the NHL. Chabot has played 205 NHL regular season games and three complete seasons, that's a veteran. Heiskanen has played 150 NHL games and two complete seasons, that's also a veteran.
So current prospects (Lafreniere, Kaprizov, Byfield, Stutzle, Rossi, Zegas, Raymond, Byram and Drysdale) and 2019-20 season rookies (Kubalik, Hughes, Kakko, Dach, Suzuki, Makar, Fox, Marino, Hughes, Shesterkin, Merzlikins).</div></div>
As I get what you are saying they are till young guns. Say dahlin in example, he’s a young gun but just off the verge of a rookie. I consider a vet to be in the league for 6 plus years but that’s just me