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05-26-2013, 01:14 PM
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If that were the case, they probably would've waited till next season. Would've milked everything out of him that we could. Irrelevant now though.
True. I think getting a C in the Gaborik trade was also a sign that a buyout is coming. You can do better than a 1-2 of Stepan-Brassard, but its not horrible.

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Recapture formula is Bettman looking to **** over teams over contracts which the NHL approved and registered.

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Again, we side with Brooks here: The teams signed these players under the terms of the previous CBA, the contracts were approved by the NHL and, we believe, allowing teams to lock up their own assets – that they drafted, trained, marketed and built around – for as long as they damn well please is good for business in the NHL. At least for the team, if not for the diminishing results from the player with that contract.

But because Gary Bettman’s GM buddies made him look aloof and made the 2005 lockout look like a gigantic waste of time through these contracts, they were retroactively punished for contracts that Bettman’s League deemed legal under the previous cap.

Of course, the blame falls to the NHLPA here for giving up those 40 players in the negotiation, right?
http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-pu...152721636.html

Richards attended some of the negotiating sessions. He wasn't one of main PA members of the negotiating. Players would come and go. Most of those guys were too busy doing their own thing.

Capgeek has a cap recapture calculator

Vinny Lecavalier. The last 2 years of his contract are a combined $2.5M. He will 38. TB will take a cap penalty of $8,340,909 per for 2 years.

You can play around with Brad Richards in the calculator

http://capgeek.com/recapture-calculator/

The later the player retires brings a harsher penalty. Even Richards is traded,the Rangers still get screwed.

The annoying thing is the Flyers traded Richards and Carter with long term deals. The Flyers take zero cap penalty if those players retire before the SPC expires. If LA trades Richards to another team,those teams are the hook for cap recapture. If LA trades Carter,same situation. Philly signed Carter to the contract. Traded him to Columbus. Those teams walk away with no penalty. The MOU states Philly gets away with no penalty because the trades occurred before the new CBA. The NHL proposals included Philly getting hit with a penalty but that changed when the new CBA was struck.

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Vinny L is 33. When in the world did that happen? I remember this kid getting drafted like it was yesterday.

In any event, if we buy out Richards, and other teams make a number of compliance buyouts, that puts a glut of formerly highly paid talent on the market. There could be a good deal available in there somewhere, shot term. We got Vinny Prospal so cheap because he was making money off of his buyout.

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Vinny L is 33. When in the world did that happen? I remember this kid getting drafted like it was yesterday.

In any event, if we buy out Richards, and other teams make a number of compliance buyouts, that puts a glut of formerly highly paid talent on the market. There could be a good deal available in there somewhere, shot term. We got Vinny Prospal so cheap because he was making money off of his buyout.
Why not Vinny L? Ok he hates Torts but...

Anyway, I'd take Vinny L over Brad Richards for sure. Vinny L got alot of raw talent, he doesn't just live on instincts and a shot like BR. But he doesn't have the wheels to be a big star in the NHL without the redline offside. Would help our PP though.

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The Rangers don't discuss business matters, but with team MVP Henrik Lundqvist due to become an unrestricted free agent in the summer of 2014, the front office is believed to be considering a lengthy extension before next season for the same reason.
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Inconsistent but talented players in the final years of their contracts who are not cheap — particularly center Brian Boyle ($1.7 million) and defenseman Michael Del Zotto ($2.55 million) — could become trade bait as Sather and assistant GM Jeff Gorton balance James Dolan’s checkbook. More affordable youngsters such as center J.T. Miller and bruising defenseman Dylan McIlrath will push for increased responsibilities, while more promising prospects are waiting in the wings.

Del Zotto’s fate could depend on how confident the Rangers are in Staal’s playing at a high level with blurred vision that has not subsided in his right eye from a March 5 puck to the face. The entry-level contract of restricted free agent defenseman Michael Sauer is up this summer, and he is not expected to resume his NHL career due to symptoms from a December 2011 concussion.

It’s now up to Sather to push the correct buttons.
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Stop coaching Pat is sloppy. Sauer signed a 2 year contract in 2011.

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4. Offseason needs?

Beyond the glaring need for a top-four defenseman, preferably one with a big, right-handed shot that can lead the power-play, the Rangers need to address their lack of depth up the middle. Derick Brassard turned out to be an absolute gem after coming to New York in a trade at the deadline in April, but they need to upgrade from their current crop of centermen. Considering Richards could very well be bought out and Brian Boyle had a disappointing season, the Rangers need to find some help in that area. Washington’s Matt Hendricks may be an option, but the Rangers may choose to address this via trade instead. Considering the acquisition of John Moore, the Rangers could entertain the option of parlaying young blue-liner Michael Del Zotto for a talented young center while continuing JT Miller and Oscar Lindberg’s development from within the organizaion. The Rangers will also have some time to consider how to make up for the loss fo the middle-of-the-lineup guys whose absence was so conspicuous during the regular season. Think versatile, rugged, hard-nosed players like Brandon Prust, Brandon Dubinsky and Ruslan Fedotenko.
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How do the Rangers view Miller and Lindberg? Torts really likes Miller. He hurt his wrist during the season. Gordie Clark spoke to a Swedish paper during the SEL playoffs. He said the Rangers were surprised at how Lindberg's game had become more complete and he became an offensive player.

They could trade DZ for a winger if they feel comfortable in their young guys at center.


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Which young center is available for trade? More likely they trade for a left winger. That's the biggest hole on the team at the moment

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Which young center is available for trade? More likely they trade for a left winger. That's the biggest hole on the team at the moment
Alexander Burmistrov sticks out as fitting the bill in terms of age and position for sure (natrual center that can play wing). 8th overall 2010.

I saw Burmistrov play in the AHL a couple of times this season. Burmistov is a very talented hockey player, who got a ton of "quality" in him. He is also pretty decent on the PP. Natrual playmaker. His downside is easily that he has problems putting together his game in NA and with consistency. He was rushed to the NHL by the Thrasers at the age of 19, and when a kid is rushed you often get a player that is inconsistent. Part of the game is there, part of the game is not there. Its hard to catch up/build a plat form as a 19 y/o in the NHL.

As to center vs left wing etc. Id say go all for center. Our wingers will fight along the boards in the neutralzone and play their sniping game/forechecking game in the attacking zone. We could litterary have 8 great wingers, and still have the problems we have in our transition game and puck possesion game. Its the same when Gabby and Nash is out there as when MZA and Pyatt are out there. Bobby Ryan wouldn't help one bit there. I mean Ryan costs alot of money and assets, its a big move to make in light of how little he will help our huge problem areas (transition game and PP). We have a ton of more or less sniper wingers for the PP. But we are really short on playmaking ability.

My wish list easily starts with a right handed PPQB. Then I'll come to centers. Brassard can play on the wing. A center like Burmistov can also play on the wing, so can many other centers (not Stepan though). You can easily play Brassard with Lindberg for example.

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The Rangers will also have some time to consider how to make up for the loss fo the middle-of-the-lineup guys whose absence was so conspicuous during the regular season. Think versatile, rugged, hard-nosed players like Brandon Prust, Brandon Dubinsky and Ruslan Fedotenko.
Slats just can't afford keeping making changes here. Consistency has been just as big of a problem as personell. We just cannot forget that. We have Dorsett. We have Powe. We have Boyle. We have Haley. We have Pyatt. Torts gotta be able to make something work with those names.

People say that we won't resign Clowe due to the concusions. Well who will? Who will give him 4m per for 6-7 years after a string of concussions like that???

We have money if Richards is bought out. Is it impossible that we can give Clowe either a 3 year deal with decent money or a 1 year term of 4-4.5m per (to let him prove himself)?

There are stupid GMs in this league, but will someone really be so stupid so that they give Clowe a blank cheque?

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Burmistrov or Scheifele would be excellent gets out of Winnepeg. Question is, would a player like Del Zotto be appealing to Winnepeg when they already have a guy like Enstrom on the roster?

As for your other post Ola, I agree, there needs to be consistency. The bottom six is fine, we have the pieces to fill it from within the system rather than pay for yet another grinder.

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Burmistrov or Scheifele would be excellent gets out of Winnepeg. Question is, would a player like Del Zotto be appealing to Winnepeg when they already have a guy like Enstrom on the roster?
To keep some kind of physical/skill ratio, we might have to be able to keep, and ice a healthy, Clowe to make room for Burmistov on the roster.

This lineup would atleast not be extremely soft (if DZ are dealt for Burmistrov, a 2nd and a 3rd round pick (I am not sure I like that return for MDZ to start with)):
Hags-Step-Callahan
Zucc-Brassard-Nash
Kreider-Burmistrov-Clowe
Powe-Boyle-Dorsett
Staal-Strålman
McD-Girardi
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(With Miller and Lindberg pushing out people during the season.)


It pains to not get a offensiveminded D though. We would have more skill at center ice.

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To keep some kind of physical/skill ratio, we might have to be able to keep, and ice a healthy, Clowe to make room for Burmistov on the roster.

This lineup would atleast not be extremely soft (if DZ are dealt for Burmistrov, a 2nd and a 3rd round pick (I am not sure I like that return for MDZ to start with)):
Hags-Step-Callahan
Zucc-Brassard-Nash
Kreider-Burmistrov-Clowe
Powe-Boyle-Dorsett
Staal-Strålman
McD-Girardi
Moore-McIlrath
(With Miller and Lindberg pushing out people during the season.)


It pains to not get a offensiveminded D though. We would have more skill at center ice.
I was thinking along the same lines but realized that why give up an asset when we will have the cap room to sign a Lecavlier type looking for a contender with pockets full of money or a decent vet shorterm 3rd C, especially with potentially young wingers coming up. Im not convinced that McIlrath will be ready until mid-season at the earliest. I would package boyle or pyatt with MDZ for that PPQB you mention.

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I was thinking along the same lines but realized that why give up an asset when we will have the cap room to sign a Lecavlier type looking for a contender with pockets full of money or a decent vet shorterm 3rd C, especially with potentially young wingers coming up. Im not convinced that McIlrath will be ready until mid-season at the earliest. I would package boyle or pyatt with MDZ for that PPQB you mention.
We could go younger with bozak or cervenka or older with Wellwood. If we dump Richie and sign who we need to, we'll have about 4-6 mil cap space. Those guys should fit. Who else besides Vinnie may be getting walking papers? Also, not the end of the world if miller/lindberg get a look. If we do trade boyle/mdz then thats another 4.2ish, so we'll still have room to take back a not so PPQB contract at 5 mil.

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We could go younger with bozak or cervenka or older with Wellwood. If we dump Richie and sign who we need to, we'll have about 4-6 mil cap space. Those guys should fit. Who else besides Vinnie may be getting walking papers? Also, not the end of the world if miller/lindberg get a look. If we do trade boyle/mdz then thats another 4.2ish, so we'll still have room to take back a not so PPQB contract at 5 mil.
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Recapture formula is Bettman looking to **** over teams over contracts which the NHL approved and registered.
Why shouldn't they carry the cap benefit they received all those years on their cap?

They only penalty they will receive is the amount they cheated the cap over the life of the contract.

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Why shouldn't they carry the cap benefit they received all those years on their cap?

They only penalty they will receive is the amount they cheated the cap over the life of the contract.
How exactly did they cheat? If anything, the NHL clarified the rule and made contracts like Richards not "circumventing" anything. They made the rule clear and the Rangers followed it with Richards. Why should they be punished for following a rule the NHL clarified after Kovalchuk?

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How exactly did they cheat? If anything, the NHL clarified the rule and made contracts like Richards not "circumventing" anything. They made the rule clear and the Rangers followed it with Richards. Why should they be punished for following a rule the NHL clarified after Kovalchuk?
I don't see it as being punished. They are re-levelling the playing field. They're matching the cap dollars to the dollars paid to the player.

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I don't see it as being punished. They are re-levelling the playing field. They're matching the cap dollars to the dollars paid to the player.
Front-loading contracts is still possible now. How come they just didn't use this rule for new contracts?

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Front-loading contracts is still possible now. How come they just didn't use this rule for new contracts?
Because then a few teams would have a cap advantage on others. You can still front load contracts, yes, but if you have a net cap benefit when the player retires, they will carry a cap charge that squares it.

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Because then a few teams would have a cap advantage on others. You can still front load contracts, yes, but if you have a net cap benefit when the player retires, they will carry a cap charge that squares it.
I know how it works. I just don't get how they could change how contracts work in middle of the life of the contract. It's completely unfair to teams that followed the NHL's rules on it. Something like this should have been grandfathered in, instead of ****ing teams who have these contracts.

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I know how it works. I just don't get how they could change how contracts work in middle of the life of the contract. It's completely unfair to teams that followed the NHL's rules on it. Something like this should have been grandfathered in, instead of ****ing teams who have these contracts.
But the extent of the "****ing" in this case is matching the cap hit to dollars paid, like every other contract in the league.

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But the extent of the "****ing" in this case is matching the cap hit to dollars paid, like every other contract in the league.
"Every other contract in the league"? Almost every contract isn't completely even. How come contracts that are for like 4 years don't use this formula?

Just a simple contract like Scott Hartnell's wouldn't use this formula.

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"Every other contract in the league"? Almost every contract isn't completely even. How come contracts that are for like 4 years don't use this formula?
But almost every contract 's cap hit will match it's dollars paid out in the end. I think contracts that are 4 years should use the formula too, but it would be hard to abuse it using a 4 year deal because the amount of cap benefit would be limited, and for any player over 35 it will count in full anyways.

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But almost every contract 's cap hit will match it's dollars paid out in the end. I think contracts that are 4 years should use the formula too, but it would be hard to abuse it using a 4 year deal because the amount of cap benefit would be limited, and for any player over 35 it will count in full anyways.
Not if they retire.. Look at Max Talbot's contract as well. He could easily retire in his last season on his contract and there would be no punishment.

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Yeah, I don't know why they set the threshold to 7 years, but Talbot would have a net benefit of €1 million and would be retiring at 32.

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RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
Nr Pos Player Caphit 2013 Status Team Drafted
1 D McDonagh, Ryan (ELC) $1,300,000* RFA 2013 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #12 Montreal (2007)
2 D Sauer, Michael (LTIR) $1,250,000 RFA 2013 New York Rangers/NHL R2 #40 NYR (2005)
3 F Stepan, Derek (ELC) $875,000 RFA 2013 New York Rangers/NHLR2 #51 NYR (2008)
4 F Hagelin, Carl (ELC) $875,000* RFA 2013 New York Rangers/NHL R6 #168 NYR (2007)
5 F Zuccarello, Mats $700,000 RFA 2013 New York Rangers/NHL Undrafted
6 F Ferriero, Benn $700,000 RFA 2013 Connecticut Whale/AHL R7 #196 Phoenix (2006)
7 D Pyett, Logan $600,000 RFA 2013 Connecticut Whale/AHL R7 #212 Detroit (2006)
8 F Palmieri, Nick $577,500 RFA 2013 Connecticut Whale/AHL R3 #79 New Jersey Devils (2007)
9 F Mashinter, Brandon $550,000 RFA 2013 Connecticut Whale/AHL Undrafted


UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
Nr Pos Player Caphit 2013 Status Team Drafted
1 F Clowe, Ryan $3,625,000 UFA 2013 New York Rangers/NHL R6 #175 San Jose (2001)
2 D Hamrlik, Roman $3,500,000 UFA 2013 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #1 Washington (1992)
3 D Eminger, Steve $750,000 UFA 2013 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #12 Washington (2002)
4 D Gilroy, Matt $650,000 UFA 2013 New York Rangers/NHL Undrafted
5 D Collins, Sean $600,000 UFA 2013 Connecticut Whale/AHL Undrafted
6 F Segal, Brandon $550,000 UFA 2013 Connecticut Whale/AHL R4 #102 Nashville (2002)
7 D Vernace, Mike $525,000 UFA 2013 Connecticut Whale/AHL R7 #201 San Jose (2004)

TRADE GUIDELINE
PLAYERS UNDER CONTRACT WITH NEW YORK RANGERS 2013-2014 (39)

NEW YORK RANGERS (17)
Nr Pos Player Caphit Status Team Drafted
1 F Brassard, Derick $3,200,000 RFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #6 Columbus Blue Jackets (2006)
2 D Del Zotto, M. $2,550,000 RFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #20 NYR (2008)
3 F Kreider, Chris (ELC) $1,325,000* RFA 2014New York Rangers/NHL R1 #19 NYR (2009)
4 D Moore, John (ELC) $965,000 RFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #21 Columbus Blue Jackets (2009)
5 G Lundqvist, Henrik $6,875,000 UFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL R7 #208 NYR (2000)
6 F Callahan, Ryan $4,275,000 UFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL R4 #127 NYR (2004)
7 D Girardi, Dan $3,325,000 UFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL Undrafted
8 D Stralman, Anton $1,700,000 UFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL R7 #216 Toronto (2005)
9 F Boyle, Brian $1,700,000 UFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #26 Los Angeles (2003)
10 F Pyatt, Taylor $1,550,000 UFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #8 New York Isles (1999)
11 F Powe, Darroll $1,066,667 UFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL Undrafted
12 G Biron, Martin $1,300,000 UFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #16 Buffalo (1995)
13 F Asham, Arron $1,000,000 UFA 2014 New York Rangers/NHL R3 #71 Montreal (1996)
14 D Staal, Marc $3,975,000 UFA 2015 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #12 NYR (2005)
15 F Dorsett, Derek $1,633,333 UFA 2015 New York Rangers/NHL R7 #189 Columbus Blue Jackets (2006)
16 F Nash, Rick (NMC) $7,800,000 UFA 2019 New York Rangers/NHL R1 #1 Columbus (2002)
17 F Richards, Brad (NMC) $6,666,667 UFA 2020 New York Rangers/NHL R3 #64 Tampa Bay (1998)

CAP PAYROLL (with Brad Richards): $50,906,667
BONUSES: $762,500
CAP SPACE (17-man roster): $14,155,833

CAP PAYROLL (Brad Richards compliance buyout): $44,240,000
BONUSES: $762,500
CAP SPACE (16-man roster): $20,822,500

Assigned to AHL/ECHL/Europe (22)
Nr Pos Player Caphit Status Team Drafted
18 F Jean, Kyle (ELC) $925,000* RFA 2014 Connecticut Whale/AHL Undrafted
19 F Bourque, Ryan (ELC) $900,000* RFA 2014 Connecticut Whale/AHL R3 #80 NYR (2009)
20 G Missiaen, Jason (ELC) $750,000* RFA 2014 Connecticut Whale/AHLUndrafted
21 G Stajcer, Scott (ELC) $700,000* RFA 2014 Greenville Road Warriors/ECHLR5 #140 NYR (2009)
22 F Wilson, Jason (ELC) $588,333 RFA 2014 Greenville Road Warriors/ECHL R5 #130 NYR (2010)
23 D Bickel, Stu $750,000 UFA 2014 Connecticut Whale/AHL Undrafted
24 F Haley, Micheal $600,000 UFA 2014 Connecticut Whale/AHL Undrafted
25 F Newbury, Kris $600,000 UFA 2014 Connecticut Whale/AHL R5 #139 San Jose (2002)
26 D Allen, Connor (ELC) $1,775,000* RFA 2015Connecticut Whale/AHLUndrafted
27 D McIlrath, Dylan (ELC) $1,295,000* RFA 2015 Connecticut Whale/AHLR1 #10 NYR (2010)
28 F Miller, J.T. (ELC) $1,244,167* RFA 2015 Connecticut Whale/AHL R1 #15 NYR (2011)
29 F Thomas, Christian (ELC) $970,000* RFA 2015 Connecticut Whale/AHL R2 #40 NYR (2010)
30 F Fast(h), Jesper (ELC) $900,000* RFA 2015 Connecticut Whale/AHLR6 #157 NYR (2010)
31 F Yogan, Andrew (ELC) $800,000 RFA 2015 Connecticut Whale/AHL R4 #100 NYR (2010)
32 F Lindberg, Oscar (ELC) $760,000* RFA 2015 Playing for Team Sweden at WC R2 #57 PHX (2010)
33 F Hrivik, Marek (ELC) $685,000* RFA 2015 Connecticut Whale/AHL Undrafted
34 G Talbot, Cameron $562,600 UFA 2015 Connecticut Whale/AHL Undrafted
35 D Hughes, Tommy (ELC) $608,333 RFA 2016London Knights/OHLUndrafted
36 F Nicholls, J. (ELC) $709,167* RFA 2016 Saskatoon Blades/WHL R7 #182 Toronto Maple Leafs (2010)
37 F St. Croix, M. (ELC) $665,000 RFA 2016 Edmonton Oil Kings/WHL R4 #106 NYR (2011)
38 D Noreau, Samuel (ELC) $645,000 RFA 2016Baie-Comeau Drakkar/LHJMQ R5 #136 NYR(2011)
39 F Kantor, Michael (ELC) $583,333 RFA 2016 Sudbury Wolves/OHLUndrafted

Players still unsigned but with rights retained by NYR (there are a few more here I believe)
Pos PlayerTeam Drafted
D Pashnin, Mikhail HC Lokomotiv Yaroslavl/KHL R7 #200 NYR (2009)
F Fogarty, Steven Notre Dame Fighting Irish/CCHA R3 #72 NYR (2011)
D Skjei, Brady Minnesota Golden Gophers/WCHA R1 #28 NYR (2012)
F Nieves, Cristoval Michigan Wolverines/CCHA R2 #59 NYR (2012)
D Andersson, Calle Malmö /HA R4 #119 NYR (2012)
F Spelling, Thomas Oskarshamn/HA R5 #142 NYR(2012)

* - includes bonus money in contract
ELC - denotes player on Entry Level Contract
NTC - denotes No Trade Clause in Contract
NMC - denotes No Movement Clause in Contract
LTIR - denotes player placed on Long time injury reserve

NYR Draft picks in 2013
  • #65 - 3rd round from Nashville (acquired for NYRs 3rd round pick in 2012)
  • #75 - 3rd round from Columbus (acquired in the Nash trade)
  • #80 - 3rd round NYR
  • #110 - 4th round NYR
  • #170 - 6th round NYR
  • NO 1st rounder (traded #19 to Columbus for Rick Nash... 2012)
  • NO 2nd rounder (traded #49 to San Jose for Ryan Clowe in 2013)
  • NO 5th rounder (traded #140 to Nashville for their 5th rounder in 2012 - chose Tomas Spelling at #142)
  • NO 7th rounder (traded #200 to Minnesota along with Eric "Crusher" Christensen for Casey Wellman 2012)

NYR Draft picks in 2014
  • 1st round NYR
  • 2nd round NYR*
  • 3rd round NYR
  • 4th round NYR
  • 5th round Florida (for Casey Wellman)
  • 5th round NYR*
  • 6th round NYR
  • 6th round Columbus (for Marian Gaborik)
  • 7th round NYR**
  • * - Eventually NO 2nd rounder NYR (conditionally traded to San Jose for Ryan Clowe in 2013 - condition being if he resigns with NYR - then San Jose gets the pick. It will be the Rangers' 5th - round pick to San Jose in 2014 if this condition is not met.)
  • ** - Eventually NO 7th rounder (conditionally traded to San Jose along with Tommy "horror-movie" Grant for Brandon Mashinter 2013 - condition being if he resigns with NYR then San Jose gets the pick)


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