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Prior to the December 1st deadline, the Oikers apparently tried again to move Jesse Pujljujarvi, and the Rangers were reportedly one of the teams interested.

The trade would have involved Lias Andersson going the other way, but ultimately they could work out a deal.

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How many rostered players were on the ice for opening night 2016-17


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  Born: Nov 28 - 1922  
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Newark Shootouts Kill, Rangers' Worth 2 Points
Posted by Michael M. Ramos ≡ - December 2, 2008

Ranger fans for years have not been a fan of close games due to the fact that the Rangers would somehow find a way to make a mistake and lose the game. That was until the NHL came back from the strike which has given the Rangers and their fans a new outlook on each and every game. The Rangers had signed Kevin Weekes(now the Devils starting goalie) to be the starter that would keep the team competetive until #1 pick Al Montoya would be ready to lead the Rangers to the top of the NHL. That same summer Henrik Lundqvist made a name for himself in camp and earned the backup job on the NHL level. Once opportuntity knocked, The KING kicked the door open, took the starting job as Ranger goalie and has been an NHL Vezina finalist in all 3 of his NHL seasons. That award is not voted on by writers, players, or fans; it is voted by the General Managers of the NHL.

Not only has The King helped the shootout with his elite goaltending, but it forced a trade that brought the unlikely shootout scorer the Rangers can count on. Once the Rangers knew they could count on King Henrik for the future(a verbal 6 year extension that was signed after the season was over), they traded away their former #1 pick goalie Montoya. There would be no room for 2 #1 type goalies in the NHL cap system. Montoya (still in the AHL) and Marcel Hossa(healthy scratch many games) were sent to Don Maloney in Pheonix for Ranger Sjostrom, Lenueve(goalie now on Anaheim-let go through FA), Gratton(now on Flyers--let go through FA), and a conditional pick(a 4th in this summers draft). When the Rangers first added Sjostrom to the lineup he added speed but the knock on him was his handling of the puck. This season Steady Freddy is a 4th liner with Betts and Orr but has become a Ranger shootout specialist. Renney has even penciled him in as the #3 shooter behind Naslund and Zherdev in which he has had the winning shot in 2 games this season already.

During the summer, sources out of Sweden had Naslund and Sundin signing together in the NHL this year. They were both said to not to be worried about the money, but rather for a run at the Stanley Cup. Well, Naslund signed for $2 million less at $4 million a season for 2 years with the Blueshirts. Sundin's house was sold in Toronto over 2 weeks ago and he is now getting himself in shape to join an NHL team. The Rangers would seem to have $3 million in cap space to add him once they finally send Prucha and Rissmiller somewhere where they can actually play. Adding Sundin to any team makes them a better team with his size and skill. Is he needed? That is a question to be answered by the trading deadline.

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  Islanders 28 19 7 2 40  
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  Panthers 28 14 9 5 33  
  Sabres 30 13 11 6 32  
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  Hurricanes 30 18 11 1 37  
  Canadiens 30 13 11 6 32  
  Maple Leafs 31 14 13 4 32  
  Lightning 27 14 10 3 31  
  Rangers 28 14 11 3 31  
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