2023 Rangers Trade Deadline

What the Rangers did around the trade deadline

With the trade deadline passing at 3PM, the Rangers made the following moves to their roster over the last few weeks:

  • Players Acquired: Vladimir Tarasenko, Niko Mikkola, Tyler Motte, Patrick Kane
  • Players Traded From The Roster: Sammy Blais, Julien Gauthier, Vitali Kravtsov
  • Draft Picks Traded:
    • Conditional 2023 1st Round Pick: The later of the Rangers or Dallas’ 2023 First Round Pick
    • Conditional 2024 4th Round Pick: Becomes a 2023 Third Round Pick if the Rangers make the 2023 playoffs
    • Conditional 2023 7th Round Pick: Becomes the lower of the Rangers or Winnipeg;s 2023 6th round pick if the Rangers make it to the second round of the playoffs.
    • Conditional 2023 2nd Round Pick: Becomes either a top-1o protected 2024 First Round Pick or if that pick is in the Top-10, a 2025 First Round Pick if the Rangers make it to the Eastern Conference Finals.
    • Conditional 2025 Third Round Pick: The better of the Rangers or Dallas’ Third Round Pick. The Rangers will get Dallas’ 2025 Third Round Pick, upgraded from a 2025 4th Round Pick, if Nils Lundkvist hits 55 total points over this current season and next.

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2023 Rangers Trade Deadline, Patrick Kane

One approach that the Rangers could take at the deadline

Elliotte Friedman was asked about the Rangers on The Jeff Marek Show and said:

On Filip Chytil’s next contract and the Dylan Cozens’ 7-year, $7 million per season extension“When I saw the Dylan Cozens extension I was like, ‘well, that is going to make life a bit harder on the Rangers.’ Chytil, the way he’s going, he’s going to be looking at this and saying ‘I’m a $7-million dollar player, too.”

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