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"They aren't the biggest signings of the day, but they're still...signings. Michael Grabner, Nathan Gerbe, and Adam Clendening have all signed with the New York Rangers. Grabner, 28, gets a two-year deal with a cap hit of $1.6 million.", nhl.nbcsports.com
"The 28-year-old Austrian has skated in 397 career NHL games over parts of seven seasons with Vancouver, the Islanders and Toronto, registering 104 goals and 69 assists for 173 points. Gerbe has been on the ice for only 20 power play goals while logging 247:03 of short-handed ice time throughout his career.", www.mysanantonio.com
"More than a little bit of speed is making its way to Broadway, with the Rangers’ signing of priority free-agent target Michael Grabner to a two-year free-agent contract for the eminently reasonable price of $1.65 million per. Grabner, who in essence replaces attributes the Blueshirts lost in trading away Carl Hagelin last June, is an upper-echelon penalty killer who played last season for the Maple Leafs after having spent the previous five seasons as an Islander. The 29-year-old Austrian, who has scored 12 shorthanded goals over the last six years, should provide relief on the penalty kill unit that crashed to 26th in the NHL (78.2 pct) last season. Grabner, who probably would be penciled in at the moment as the Blueshirts’ fourth-line center (replacing Dom Moore, off to other pastures as a free agent), recorded 18 points (9-9) in 80 games last season for Toronto. The Blueshirts also signed winger Nathan Gerbe to a one-year deal worth $600,000 and righty", nypost.com
"It has been some time since the Rangers created a July 1 splash by jumping into the deep end of the free-agent pool — since 2011, when the Blueshirts came away with Brad Richards (and that actually was July 2, but you get the point). That recent trend won’t change when the market opens at noon Friday. The combination of a dearth of cap space to invest in a thinned-out field plus an absence of open spots on a roster that remains frighteningly similar to the one that was excused quickly from the first round of the playoffs has created a scenario under which the Rangers are expected to seek low-cost, depth options. Thursday’s gargantuan one-for-one, in which P.K. Subban and Shea Weber were dealt with a combined $112 million remaining on their contracts, was yet the latest reminder that everyone — and every contract — is in fact tradable. It remains as true today as it was the day the Rangers dispersed for the summer that the necessary makeover of the", nypost.com
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