Earlier today on TSN 1040, Bob McKenzie said that the Rangers are "wide open for business" and will listen on just about anybody. (TSN 1040)
Darren Dreger said this morning that the Rangers are open for business and Pierre LeBrun writes in The Athletic that the Rangers are making an effort to go young and continue what they started by moving Derek Stepan and Dan Girardi last summer. (The Athletic)
This evening on Insider Trading, McKenzie said that the word "rebuild" is now being used in relation to the Rangers and that Jeff Gorton will listen on "everybody."
McKenzie said that the Rangers don't have any untouchable players and that while they aren't looking to move everyone, they will listen if a potential return includes young prospects, players or picks. (Insider Trading)
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Adam Rotter: The Rangers are doing what they should do and listen to offers on everyone on the roster. They will do this now and they will certainly do it around the draft when teams have more money and may be willing to tinker more with their roster than they are now. Outside of Henrik Lundqvist, likely Brady Skjei, maybe Pavel Buchnevich, maybe Mika Zibanejad and probably Kevin Shattenkirk, I think everyone on the Rangers roster currently could be had at the deadline or at the draft. The price to acquire someone like JT Miller or Kevin Hayes will be high as well as the prices for Ryan McDonagh and Mats Zuccarello. There is a reset coming for the Rangers and a team with a future that they hope will be built around Lias Andersson, Filip Chytil, probably Brady Skjei, probably Igor Shesterkin and the new pieces they will try to add.