Found November 03, 2011 on
… good deal for the Blueshirts. Can never have enough defensemen.
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If you are a fantasy hockey manager in search of a defenseman who can put up points, today's announcement that the New York Rangers have signed Swede free-agent Anton Stralman to a one-year 900K, one-way contract is news to your ears. This could be the answer to your problem. Stralman is not afraid to join the offense in attack-mode; he put up 34 points in 73 games as a member...
The New York Rangers have officially signed unrestricted free agent defenseman Anton Stralman to a one-year, $900,000 contract, per Bob McKenzie of TSN. The Rangers have been tied to the 25-year-old's name for several weeks now, being that Marc Staal (post-concussion headaches) does not appear to be returning to the lineup anytime soon.
If you are expecting Stralman to fill...
After hearing his name being thrown around a lot recently, one could say that curiosity got my cat. My cat apparently has more than nine lives. He is a name I had not heard much of before, and I wondered why the Rangers would want him. So I did some research on the internet. Stralman [...]
Via Bob McKenzie, the Rangers have signed right-handed defenseman Anton Stralman to a one-year contract worth $900,000. The team has not yet confirmed the signing according to Steve Zipay. The Rangers’ interest in Stralman has been rumored for what feels like weeks now, and the move just adds some blue line depth given Marc Staal’s continued absence due to concussion-like symptoms.
Jay Leonard at the Blueshirts Blog reports that the Rangers have officially signed Anton Stralman to a one-year, $900,000 deal. For official announcement click here.Leonard also says the Rangers have placed Mike Rupp on injured reserve. Rupp, who is scheduled to have arthroscopic surgery on his left knee next week, is now ineligible to play for the next seven days....not surprising...
The New York Rangers signed free-agent defenseman Anton Stralman to a one-year deal worth $900,000 Saturday.
Stralman is expected to help the Rangers in their attempt to absorb the loss of top defenseman Marc Staal, who is still dealing with headaches stemming from a concussion suffered in February.
The 25-year-old Stralman collected one goal and 17 assists in 51 games last season...
TSN reports that the Rangers have signed Anton Stralman to a one-year, $900,000 contract.Stralman, 25, has 11g, 63a and is a -40 during his first four years in the league.According to Andrew Gross at the Bergen Record the Rangers have yet to confirm the signing.Larry Brooks at the New York Post says the reason the the Rangers may not have announced the Stralman signing is because...
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with free agent defenseman Anton Stralman. Stralman, 25, has skated in 212 career NHL contests over four seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Columbus Blue Jackets, registering 11 goals and 63 assists for 74 points, along [...]
The New York Rangers agreed to terms on an undisclosed contract with free-agent defenseman Anton Stralman on Saturday.
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Swedish defenseman Anton Stralman has agreed to terms with the New York Rangers, Stralman's agent Marc Levine confirmed to ESPNNewYork.com.
According to TSN'S Bob McKenzie the New York Rangers have signed defenseman Anton Stralman to a one-year deal worth 900K. The deal has been rumored for the last couple of weeks.
From the Rangers:
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that the club has agreed to terms with free agent defenseman Anton Stralman.
Stralman, 25, has skated in 212 career NHL contests over four seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs and Columbus Blue Jackets, registering 11 goals and 63 assists for 74 points, along with 97 penalty minutes....
The news broke yesterday that the New York Rangers had signed defenseman Anton Stralman to a one year, $900,000 contract to fill out the blue line with Marc Staal out indefinitely. The Rangers are using the old method of “throwing stuff at the wall and see what sticks” to fill out the bottom pairing. People thrown at the wall include rookie Tim Erixon (now in the AHL), Brendan...
The New York Rangers have made no secret that they are still
looking to improve their defense in the absence of Marc Staal from the
lineup. Having already picked up Jeff
Woywitka on waivers and made a contract offer to free agent Anton Stralman, the
Rangers are checking out all avenues of bringing in more options. According to Pierre Lebrun over at ESPN the Rangers have...