NY Rangers fans were mildly upset when they learned Tyler Motte signed for under $1 million with Tampa. But was there room for him in New York?
Did the 2023 offseason make the Rangers better? It’s all a matter of opinion, but it’s hard to disagree that the Rangers addressed key roster needs.
This was always going to be a two part Rangers rebuild, and it was clear two years ago. It was clear four years ago. So what does part two look like?
If the Rangers are able to get the Alexis Lafreniere contract to look like the recently signed Alex Newhook contract, it would be a major bargain.
It looks like the Rangers are done making major moves this offseason, so we can start looking at the Rangers projected lines to start the season.
The NY Rangers have very limited cap space, and will need to find some bargain NHL free agents to fill out their roster.
NY Rangers qualifying offers have been sent to 5 restricted free agents. Libor Hajek is not among that quintet.
As expected, there were no Rangers buyouts in the first window of the 2023 offseason. With arbitration unlikely, this could mean the end of any other rumors.
Will Rangers draft day have some surprises? All signs are pointing to a quiet draft, but you never know with Chris Drury being so tight lipped.
The NY Rangers 2023 preseason schedule is set, and the Blueshirts will again play 6 exhibition games. The NHL also set its salary cap ceiling next season.