Ebene Magazine – Rangers’ Tony DeAngelo attracted the interest of several NHL teams before the deadline

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More than one team was interested in signing Tony DeAngelo as a free agent before Monday’s close of trading after receiving and approving irrevocable exemptions, the Post learned.

However, we were told that there wasn’t enough time to enable DeAngelo to find the right fit and the right deal that would have brought No. 77 back to the NHL 10 weeks after his exile after the January 30 episode bruhaha with Alex Georgiev .

Therefore, DeAngelo remains in the Rangers’ taxi squad and receives his salary of $ 4.3 million (excluding escrow deduction as a defined AHL player) while eating $ 3.075 million from the blueshirt cap. </ The 25-year-old defender will remain under Rangers control until he is either selected by Seattle in the draft expansion (this will not happen) or thereafter purchased from the second year of the contract for a total of $ 1,766,667 rd ding the Blueshirts with a dead cap space of 383,333 USD the next season and 883,333 USD the following year.

According to sources, DeAngelo’s party brought the concept of contract termination by irrevocably renouncing the Blueshirts, which of course only to gladly consented. The prerequisite for the offer, however, was that the defender could reach a contractual agreement with an interested club.

TSN’s Darren Dreger, who was the first to report on the termination scenario, identified the Canadiens as a team interested in a deal deal with DeAngelo.

It didn’t even when a source told the Post that Montreal had made DeAngelo financially complete by covering the remaining portion of that year’s salary plus the buyout amount. However, it is not known whether Habs general manager Marc Bergevin’s interest in the right was based on his willingness to sign a multi-year contract.

If clubs were able to fire a shot at DeAngelo at this point, he should have the choice: if he becomes a free agent after the buyout.

Blueshirts started an unprecedented regular season four-game series against the Devils on Tuesday, with the first and last of the games scheduled for New Jersey and the middle two for the garden The Devils, who sent Kyle Palmieri, Travis Zajac, Dmitry Kulikov, Sami Vatanen and Nikita Gusev away in their continued rebuilding, went 1-5-1 and 14 wins in 40 games in their last seven games (Jan. -20-) into the match. 6) on the season while fifth from the end of the league in percentage winnings.

« We definitely feel good about the way we play and which direction we’re going, but we know everyone In case teams are very dangerous in situations like the Devils, « said David Quinn. “They’re not under a lot of pressure, they have taken a lot of steps in the last few days and these teams are the most dangerous teams.”

“They have nothing to lose and we have to be ready, regardless of who you play against , we have to do the same and play the same way, regardless of whether we play the Capitals or the Bruins or the Devils or the Sabers. « 

The Rangers had shared their first four with the Devils and lost the first two in the Garden, before they wiped a sentence in Newark.

Julien Gauthier and Phil Di Giuseppe were considered healthy scratches as the Blueshirts had the same line-up for the fourth game in a row.

As Jean-Gabriel Pageau on Sunday at Scoring a goal for the Islanders at 7:52 p.m. in the first half, it was the sixth time the Rangers had scored a goal in the last 40 seconds without counting the empty netters. The Blueshirts scored 11 goals in a period of 1:31.

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