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New York Rangers only have four picks in upcoming 2022 NHL Draft

The New York Rangers appear they won’t be overly busy at the upcoming 2022 NHL Draft. Day One of the Draft is July 7 with Day Two on July 8 at the Bell Centre in Montreal. The city had been scheduled to host in 2020, but the event was held virtually because of the COVID-19 pandemic instead, as it was in 2021. The New York Rangers proudly selected Alexis Lafrenière with their first ever, first overall selection in the modern draft (2020).
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What can New York Rangers get in an Alexandar Georgiev trade

Alexandar Georgiev has been looking for an opportunity to be a starter for quite some time. This summer it appears he will get it one way or another. On July 13th, the 26 year-old netminder becomes a restricted free agent with salary arbitration rights. He is owed a qualifying offer of $2.65M which is not a number the New York Rangers can afford due to limited cap space and a need to sign several key free agents.
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Rangers Roundup: Igor Shesterkin’s big night, Chris Drury up for GM of the Year, and more

New York Rangers goalie Igor Shesterkin took home his first Vezina Trophy as the league’s best goalie by a landslide. The award is voted on by all 32 NHL general managers and he received 29 first-place votes. Shesterkin finished with 154 total points (29-3-0), 101 more points than second-place finisher Jacob Markstrom of the Calgary Flames. Nashville Predators Juuse Saros finished third.
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Igor Shesterkin takes home 2022 Vezina Trophy, announces baby on the way

New York Rangers goalie Igor Shesterkin beat out Jacob Markstrom of the Calgary Flames and Juuse Saros of the Nashville Predators to be named the 2021-22 Vezina Trophy winner. The award is given annually to the goaltender “adjudged to be the best at his position,” and voted on by all 32 NHL general managers. Shesterkin secured 29 first-place votes and 3 second place votes.
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Rangers Roundup: Gallant on ECF loss, plus Frank Vatrano coming back?

The New York Rangers lost the series to the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference. It was the team’s 20th game in 40 days and it took its toll on the team. “When you go 7 [games twice] there’s not much break and guys don’t get a chance to heal much,” Gerard Gallant said after being eliminated. It made it tough but we battled hard and did the best we could. They’re a big defensive team. They make it tough on you and box you out really well. Our forwards were trying to battle to get there and it’s fatigue. There’s no doubt in my mind.”
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