The Rangers have signed former Penguins goalie Louis Domingue to a two-year deal.
His cap hit is $775,000.
He was 3-3 in the playoffs against the Rangers this year and had a 3.65 GAA and .898 save percentage.
In his career he is 59-60-10 in the NHL.
Adam Rotter: After the Rangers signed Jaro Halak I thought that they were going to need a veteran third-string goalie in case Halak gets hurt or struggles and they did just that. Domingue certainly wore down as the series between the Rangers and Penguins wore on, but he was good at times and certainly capable of being a spot starter or backup if needed for a stretch. The Rangers obviously saw enough that they liked during that series and signed him up.
From the Rangers:
- Domingue, 30, has appeared in 142 career NHL games (126 starts), split between the Pittsburgh Penguins (2021-22), Calgary Flames (2020-21), Vancouver Canucks (2019-20), New Jersey Devils (2019-20), Tampa Bay Lightning (2017-18 – 2018-19) and Arizona Coyotes (2014-15 – 2016-17), compiling a 59-60-10 record, 3.04 goals against average and .905 save percentage.
- Domingue spent last season with the Penguins, starting in two regular season games with the main club. With the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins of the American Hockey League (AHL), Domingue made 22 appearances in 2021-22, recording a 2.41 goals-against average and .924 save percentage.