Obviously, this is the biggest need left for the Rangers management to address:
We need preferably a RHD(although certainly not a deal breaker), who can play on the 2nd or third pairing.
Visnovsky is the most obvious choice if he wins his arbitration case. He was had by the Islanders for a second round pick. So I would assume the Rangers could get him for a decent prospect and a low pick or a small package of spare parts.
Visnovsky is a lefty, but he still plays the right side. He is 35, and is in the last year of his contract at a 5.6 million dollar cap hit. I would say there is a 90 percent chance, he will not be resigned the following season, and will bolt to the KHL. But that gives us room to resign our RFA's. So, in a cap sense, he is optimal. He may be willing to even come back at a smaller rate for a year, if his role is reduced from Michael Sauer being back in the lineup(hopefully).
Guy has a rocket from the point, and would probably significantly improve our PP.
There is no guarantee that he wins his arbitration case, so this might all be a moot point. But if he is available, it could be a great pick up for the team.
Feel free to discuss other options as well in the thread...