Henrik Lundqvist’s statement after being bought out

Henrik Lundqvist released the following statement on his social media channels: View this post on Instagram THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING! 15 years ago, I played my first game for @nyrangers. I came here with high hopes and big dreams but in my wildest imagination, I could never have pictured the amazing ride that lay ahead. Representing this organization has been the biggest source of pride and joy in my life.…

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Rangers officially buy out Henrik Lundqvist

10:48AM: Lundqvist’s agent Don Meehan told Pierre LeBrun that it’s “to be determined” whether Lundqvist will continue to play. 10:01AM: The Rangers have announced that they have officially bought out the final-year of Henrik Lundqvist’s contract. The following statements were released as part of the announcement: Rangers owner James Dolan said: “Few players have been as important to the Rangers franchise as Henrik Lundqvist, and we are incredibly grateful for…

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Rangers expected to buy out Henrik Lundqvist’s contract on Wednesday

6:59PM: Larry Brooks writes that the buyout is expected to occur on Wednesday. (NY Post) 6:20PM: On TSN’s Insider Trading, Darren Dreger said that the Rangers are going to buy out Henrik Lundqvist. Dreger said “unfortunately for Henrik Lundqvist there will be a separation from the New York Rangers by form of that buyout. It’s an easy story to follow. The Rangers made it clear they weren’t going with a…

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The picks the Rangers have in the 2020 NHL Draft

The NHL has released the official order of selection for next week’s NHL Draft. The Rangers have: #1 #22 (From Carolina in the Brady Skjei trade) #72 (3rd Round) #92 (3rd Round from Dallas as part of the Mats Zuccarello trade) #103 (4th Round) #134 (5th Round) #165 (6th Round) #196 (7th Round) #197 (7th Round from Nashville as part of the Cody McLeod trade) #206 (7th Round from Vancouver…

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Artemi Panarin was on the ice today in Russia

Rangers winger Artemi Panarin was on the ice today in his native Russia. View this post on Instagram 🏒 A post shared by Артемий Панарин (@artemiypanarin) on Sep 27, 2020 at 7:23am PDT


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What is next for the Rangers after trading Marc Staal

The Rangers traded Marc Staal, his $5.7 million cap hit, and a 2021 Second-Round pick to Detroit on Saturday in exchange for Future Considerations. The Rangers, according to Cap Friendly, have just over $20 million in cap space with Ryan Strome, Phil Di Giuseppe, Brendan Lemieux, Tony DeAngelo and Alex Georgiev as RFAs and Jesper Fast as a pending UFA. Currently the Rangers have Brendan Smith and Ryan Lindgren as…

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