The Rangers have signed forwards Greg McKegg and Dryden Hunt.
McKegg returns to the team on a one-year, two-way deal that has a cap hit of $750,000. (Johnston)
McKegg spent 2019-20 with the Rangers, playing in 53 games, scoring 5 goals, 4 assists, and averaging 9:34 per game.
He left as a free agent following the 2019-20 season and played five games for the Bruins this year.
Hunt, 25, had three goals, five assists, 94 hits and an average of 11:58 per game for Arizona in 26 games this season.
He has played in 89 career NHL games with Florida and Arizona, scoring six goals, 17 assists, 218 hits and an average of 11:08 per game.
In 214 career AHL game he had 72 goals, 78 assists and 169 PIM.
Hunt is 6-0, 193 pounds and was the WHL Player of the Year in 2015-16 for Moose Jaw.
His deal is for two-years
Adam Rotter: We’ve seen McKegg before, he’s a depth forward that will pop in a goal from time to time. He could be the 13th forward and/or someone that swings up and down from Hartford. Hunt is another player that hits and plays a physical game. He might skate on the opposite wing of Sammy Blais, likely with Kevin Rooney between them, and just go out and hit, hit and hit.