Rangers in the Market for a Forward


The New York Rangers are off to a good start this season, winning 11 of their first 18 games. However, Sammy Blais’ season-ending knee injury and Vitali Kravtsov’s departure to Russia leaves them in the market for what TSN’s Darren Dreger called a “middle-six forward”.

Cap Friendly shows the Rangers with sufficient projected cap space ($7.39 million) this season to acquire a forward. With $70.8 million already invested in 16 players for 2022-23, The Athletic’s Arthur Staple believes they won’t seek someone with term on their contract.


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