The Rangers have signed goalie Dustin Tokarski to a one-year deal.
Tokarski, 28, spent last season with Lehigh Valley in the AHL and went 20-8-7 with a 2.65 GAA, .915 save percentage and 5 shutouts.
In his AHL career, Tokarski is 166-109-12 with a 2.52 GAA and .911 save percentage and 24 shutouts.
In his NHL career, Tokarski was 10-12-5 in 34 games with a GAA of 2.84 and .904 save percentage.
Tokarski was the goalie for Montreal during their series in 2014 Eastern Conference Final loss to the Rangers.
In that series he was 2-3 with a .916 save percentage and 2.60 GAA.
Adam Rotter: This is a depth signing by the Rangers and provides some insurance and competition for the back up spot. Tokarski, to me, will always be remembered for replacing Carey Price in 2014 and for Marty St. Louis' OT winning goal in Game 4. He doesn't have a ton of NHL experience but he has been around and is likely to be the "experienced" option in the battle with Georgiev and Mazanec. This signing shows that the Rangers are going to go to camp with a competition and that the best man will win it. They could have gone after Kari Lehtonen, Steve Mason or even brought Ondrej Pavelec back if they wanted to go into camp knowing their goalie duo, but now they will enter camp with three options and let them battle it out.