The Rangers re-signed Thomas Pock to what is likely to be his third and final NHL contract with the organization
unless he can force his way into the line-up this year. The 2005-06 AHL All-star had a break-out season with the Wolf Pack, registering 15
goals and 61 points as well as playing 8 games for the Rangers. He played two stints with New York this past season, but did not show
enough in his first stint to prevent the acquisition of Sandis Ozolinsh, though injuries to several blueliners late in the year earned him a
handful of appearances.
Rumored to have been considering returning to play in Europe, Pock reportedly signed a one year contract worth $600,000.