Kevin Hayes is just one of the many RFA situations the New York Rangers have to deal with this offseason. He is coming off of a two-year contract that paid him an annual salary of 2.6 million dollars (CapFriendly), and before that a two-year entry level contract worth 900,000 dollars. In 2017-18, Hayes was third on the Rangers in points, finishing with 25 goals and 19 assists, good for 44 points. Read more
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I would like to say that I personally do not believe that Zuc should be shipped off during this upcoming entry draft. But, If it were to be him, these are some situations that could arise with his departure from the New York Rangers. Read more
Took me a while to put this together, but better late than never. Thank You, JT Miller, for the memories you brought us with the Rangers.
The 21-year-old prospect completed his first full season in the professional ranks, skating in 68 games with Hartford and tallying 18 points (9G, 9A). From what I have witnessed, the prospect has potential to become a good player for the Rangers down the road. His development is off to a good start as not everyone’s first year in the American Hockey League goes easy.
Buyout season is upon us and all fingers are pointed in the direction of Rangers defenseman Brendan Smith.
It is officially the offseason in the National Hockey League, despite our beloved New York Rangers being off for the last two months, but who’s counting. It is now time to dive into what this team may look like come October.
Here is the latest of what’s going on in Rangerstown.
Free Agent Frenzy comes on July 1st and it will be an exciting time for New York Rangers fans. Why? Because it will truly signal what direction Jeff Gorton will be going for next season. So let’s see what the odds experts think. Read more
The Rangers are in the midst of a very exciting time for the organization. If Jeff Gorton and Glen Sather play their cards right, the result could be a squad capable of contending for years to come. Read more
According to CapFriendly, the first official signing of the offseason by the New York Rangers is re-signing goaltender Marek Mazanec to a one-year, two-way deal worth $650,000. Prior to the re-signing, the goalie was a restricted free agent.