Just days after winning the NCAA national title with Boston College’s hockey team, Chris Kreider went to the pros. The New York Rangers picked up the rookie with a three-year contract in time to let him play in the first round of the playoffs against the Ottawa Senators. Kreider’s impressive college career made him hard to overlook, with 51 goals and 2 national NCAA titles. The contract with New York was signed on April 10th, 2012, where he made his NHL debut on April 16th, 2012. Chris Kreider has had an impressive career being only 21 years old, being a player on the us national team, scoring 51 goals in college, and now being in the pros. The Rangers now have a 3-2 lead on the Senators, recently Kreider had his first career goal, allowing the Rangers to win 3-2.