Kaberle A Good Fit for Rangers?

kaberleDave Lozo at NHL.com tries to find a home for 15 UFAs and thinks D Tomas Kaberle could end up with the Rangers…

D, Tomas Kaberle — The 33-year-old is perhaps the most interesting free agent on the market in terms of what he’s worth and where he’ll land. He’s coming off a sound offensive season with 47 points in 82 games and now has a Stanley Cup on his resume after the Leafs dealt him to the Bruins at the trade deadline. But he received diminished minutes with the Bruins. Will a team view him as a 25-minute workhorse or an 18-minute player who can quarterback a power play? He could land absolutely anywhere, but how about he comes to New York to add experience and offense to the Rangers’ blue line? Best guess: He signs in New York.

…obviously I’d need to see the contract, but if they can get him for dirt cheap, why not? If he can regain his form on the power play he could be a nice weapon.

…h/t to reader Josh M.

Lozo also thinks you know who will end up in New York saying this…

“With July 1 just days away, it seems there are only three things in life that are guaranteed — death, taxes and Brad Richards signing a lucrative free-agent contract with the New York Rangers.”

…can I take death?

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Kaberle A Good Fit for Rangers?

Dave Lozo at NHL.com tries to find a home for 15 UFAs and thinks D Tomas Kaberle could end up with the Rangers…

D, Tomas Kaberle — The 33-year-old is perhaps the most interesting free agent on the market in terms of what he’s worth and where he’ll land. He’s coming off a sound offensive season with 47 points in 82 games and now has a Stanley Cup on his resume after the Leafs dealt him to the Bruins at the trade deadline. But he received diminished minutes with the Bruins. Will a team view him as a 25-minute workhorse or an 18-minute player who can quarterback a power play? He could land absolutely anywhere, but how about he comes to New York to add experience and offense to the Rangers’ blue line? Best guess: He signs in New York.

…obviously I’d need to see the contract, but if they can get him for dirt cheap, why not? If he can regain his form on the power play he could be a nice weapon.

…h/t to reader Josh M.

Lozo also thinks you know who will end up in New York saying this…

“With July 1 just days away, it seems there are only three things in life that are guaranteed — death, taxes and Brad Richards signing a lucrative free-agent contract with the New York Rangers.”

…can I take death?

Remember to follow me on Twitter & Facebook or e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

Kevin

About Kevin

If you have any questions e-mail me at nyrfan94@yahoo.com.

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