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07-03-2012, 03:59 AM
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To wit: It appears as if restricted free-agent defenseman Anton Stralman, whom the Rangers qualified at $945,000, is leaning toward remaining in the NHL rather than returning home to pursue a career in Sweden, an individual familiar with the situation told The Post.

It’s far more plausible the Rangers will attempt to negotiate a multi-year deal with Stralman, who recorded six points (3-3) while going plus-one in the playoffs in 16:55 of ice per that included 2:53 of power-play point time.

The Rangers also have been in contact with unrestricted free-agent winger Ruslan Fedotenko, who, a source reports, remains in the mix.

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Brooks says Stralman should file for arbitration by the Thursday deadline.

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