Marko Dano is currently a center for the Winnipeg Jets. A former first round draft pick of the Columbus Blue Jackets in 2013, Dano has been traded twice already.
Dano is only 22 years old and like McNabb, his boxcar numbers were underwhelming last season. He only put up four goals and 11 points in 38 games.
The hope for the Vegas Golden Knights or any team wishing to acquire him, would be that he recaptures his form from his abbreviated rookie season. In 2014-15, Dano scored eight goals and 21 points in 35 games for the Blue Jackets.
Dano signed a cheap one year contract with the Jets, likely to help make the team expansion compliant, for $850k.
For the Rangers, Dano could replace Oscar Lindberg if he were selected by the Golden Knights. However, with a seemingly higher ceiling, Dano could be slotted higher in the lineup to see if he can reignite his game playing a full season with consistent linemates.
Although involved in several high profile trades in the past, the cost to obtain Dano individually would likely not be much. Again, some combination of picks or a prospect would probably be enough for Vegas.