4/21/15 | 10:25PM: O'Connor will visit the Rangers next week. They are one of four teams remaining with Edmonton, Vancouver and Ottawa. (McKenzie)
4/20/15 | 7:10AM: If O'Connor were to sign with the Rangers the primary reason would be to work with Benoit Allaire. (NY Post)
4/11/15 | 5:30PM: The Rangers chances of landing O'Connor have increased because he is no longer eligible to have a team burn the first year of his contract off. (NY Post)
The Rangers are not looked at as the favorites to land O'Connor but they do have interest and he reportedly has interest in them. (NY Post)
O'Connor would likely become the Rangers back up next season after an "anticipated" trade of Cam Talbot. (NY Post)
4/10/15 | 4:24PM: Matt O'Connor is planning to visit Ottawa, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Buffalo and maybe the Rangers before deciding on if he wants to turn pro. (TSN)
3/26/15 | 3:46PM: O'Connor will visit Edmonton and Calgary and his list is down to those two teams, the Rangers, Sabres, and Senators. (Spector)
3/25/15 | 8:20 PM: The Rangers are reported to be among four frontrunners for undrafted free agent goalie Matt O'Connor (McKenzie, March 25).
O'Connor and Boston University face Yale Friday in the the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Buffalo, Ottawa and Edmonton are also reported to be in the running for O'Connor.
3/7/15 | 5:05PM: The Rangers are expected to be a part of the discussion over the pending free-agent goaltender out of Boston University, Matt O'Connor (Post, March 7).
O'Connor attended the Rangers development camp last summer, but it is unclear if the club with have the draw for the junior goalie out of Toronto.
Darren Dreger said on Friday 14 teams are interested in O'Connor and that one team even contacted his agent to ask if trading a goalie at the deadline would help their pursuit of him. (TSN)
Dreger added that O'Connor won't make a decision until after his college season is over. (TSN)
The 6-foot-five, 205-pounder finished his sophomore season with the Terriers with a 7-9-4 record, making the best of a overall below average year for the squad.
This season is 18-3-4 for BU.