The NHL buyout window is set for September 25th and will run through October 8th. That is the day before free agency starts. It is expected that several teams will use the buyout option thanks to a flat cap of $81.5 million.
In the latest edition of the “Watch Your Tone Podcast“, Tony DeAngelo and his cohosts, discussed the NHL offseason. Oddly enough, DeAngelo, who is an RFA himself, believes there are too many good ones out there and a few will receive offer sheets.
If anyone was on the fence about the Rangers loaning Vitali Kravtsov to Traktor in the KHL, they probably aren’t now. The Rangers first round pick from the 2018 draft is lighting it up as he added two more beauties today.
Yesterday, Libor Hajek did an interview for a Czech outlet and was asked a question about Henrik Lundqvist. His answer revealed what happened when the Rangers legendary net-minder said goodbye to his teammates.
After being unable to work out all the details with Brno, the Rangers have loaned out Libor Hajek to HC Olomouc. NYR defenseman, Libor HajekLibor Hajek, now 22 years-old made quite an impression during the 2018-19 season where he played 5 games and scored a great goal before having his season end early due to a separated shoulder.
The most complicated report card this season is Brendan Smith. Do you grade Smith as a forward? A defenseman? A utility man? What about all three? How do you separate out his play at the different positions?
The Rangers may not be playing right now, but their prospects are and doing well. Vitali Kravtsov scored again today for Traktor. What is also notable is that he was put on their first line, and at left wing.
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As the NY Rangers explore all options to improve their roster, one area that is being overlooked is free agent targets. There are always intriguing names to be had for “nothing” but cash, but cash this year has more value than years prior.
The New York Rangers and restricted free agent goaltender, Alexandar Georgiev have not discussed a new contract this offseason. “I have not had any discussions with the Rangers as of yet,” Mike Liut, former Hartford Whalers goalie and Georgiev’s agent told me via email.
He is among the best American-born goalies ever. The award for the most outstanding goaltender in NCAA men’s hockey is named after him. Plus, he’s arguably the best netminder in the history of the New York Rangers.
As an original six franchise, countless greats have donned the New York Rangers sweater since their establishment in 1926. When it comes to the netminders, two men stand out above the rest – Henrik Lundqvist and Mike Richter.
On Friday, the NHL announced two important date changes for events occurring after the 2020 Stanley Cup Final. With the Final set to finish either before September ends or in early October, the league announced that the 2020 NHL Draft will take place on Oct.