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According to iSport.cz, a Jaromir Jagr/Rangers reunion could be in the works.
iSport says that the Rangers have the fiscal space to sign the UFA Jagr as they are $3M under the cap.
...apparently the guys over at iSport haven't been following the Rangers this offseason. While they're correct that the Rangers have $3M in cap space, they left out the fact that the Blueshirts have yet to re-sign Stepan and Zuccarello. And I'm not sure about you guys, but I think bringing Stepan back is a tad more important than a Jagr/Rangers reunion.
...Jagr is one of the biggest reasons the Rangers were able to climb out of the dark ages of the late 90s/early 2000s and I think he'd bring a nice veteran presence as well as some goal scoring to the Rangers, but I'm not ready for them to radically alter their roster to open up cap space and bring in a 41-year old former super star. That's the old Rangers way of doing things.
...i don't see this happening.
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