Ryder Korczak has been reassigned to the Moose Jaw Warriors by the New York Rangers.

“This is a huge addition to our team,” Warriors general manager Jason Ripplinger said. “Adding a top-six forward to your team without any compensation is obviously exciting for the organization.

“We expect Ryder to come in, be a leader and help us win some more games.”

The 20-year-old forward has played in five games this season with the Hartford Wolf Pack in the American Hockey League.

Last season with the Warriors, Korczak posted 25 goals and 79 points in 68 games. In 200 career WHL games with Moose Jaw and Calgary, the 2021 third-round pick by the Rangers has 54 goals and 177 points.

Moose Jaw is back in action on Tuesday when the Prince Albert Raiders come to town for another Two-For-Tuesday.