Potential Rangers on Their Way Out

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May 23, 2013; New York, NY, USA; New York Rangers players celebrate on the ice after defeating the Boston Bruins 4-3 in overtime in game four of the second round of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs at Madison Square Garden. Mandatory Credit: Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports

With the Rangers just hours away from the NHL draft, many expect Glen Sather to be rather busy on the phone lines during the first two rounds of the draft as the Rangers won’t see action until the third round (65 overall).

Already, many rumors have been flying around with possible names on the Rangers roster getting traded. While getting traded away from the Rangers its not a good thing, don’t be surprised to see a few names get moved for cap space reasons, or just to acquire someone better in that position.

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Topics: Brian Boyle, Carolina Hurricanes, Daniel Girardi, John Tortorella, JT Miller, Marc Staal, Michael Del Zotto, New York Rangers, NHL Draft, Offseason

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  • boomer621

    Let’s see if I understand; Del Zotto is a complete failure (although he’s lead all Rangers Dmen in points 3 of the last 4 years), yet the we can expect ‘high draft picks’ or high level prospect’ in return. Those other teams sure don’t know hockey like you do.

    • Rangers19

      He can put up points but he’s a poor defenseman, other teams can see his potential, he still has a year or two to improve or else he’ll most likely be moved.

  • boomer621

    I agree, but this idea that he’s the worst defenseman ever is not really fair. After all, he was a plus 20 in 2011-12. I think AV’s style suits his game better than Tort’s did. He needs to really step-up in 2013-14. And I expect him to do so.