Michael St. Croix made quite the splash in his first season as a Rangers prospect in 2011-12. The club's fourth-round selection in the 2011 NHL Draft, St. Croix exploded for a 45-goal, 105-point season for the Edmonton Oil Kings of the Western Hockey League. In his draft year St. Corix---the son of former NHL goalie Rick St. Croix---totaled 27 goals and 75 points with Edmonton.
So what were the keys to St. Croix's big season? And what's next for the highly-skilled forward?
St. Croix sat down for this exclusive one-on-one with BlueshirtsUnited.com's Jim Cerny to answer these questions and much more on Monday.