March 20, 2023

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New York Rangers have reached a two-year deal with Tony DMJ

New York Rangers have reached a two-year deal with Tony DMJ

New York – New York Rangers have agreed a two-year deal with Defenseman In Tony DMJ And goaltender Alexander Georgiev On Thursday.

The contract value at DMJ is 6 9.6 million and Georgiev’s 85 is 4.85 million.

The 24-year-old DMJ set a career-high 15 goals, 38 assists and 53 points. He finished fourth in the NHL defense in goals and points last season.

After becoming the first Rangers defenseman with 50-plus points after Brian Leach in 2001-02, DMJ will be counting 8 4.8 million against the salary cap until 2021-22. The 2014 first-round pick from Sewell, New Jersey, had 105 points in 200 career regular-season games.

4 2,425,000 will be counted when Georgie backs up Igor Shesterkin After buying the long-term face of the Rangers franchise Henrik Lundquist. Georgiev went 17-14-2 with an average of 3.04 goals and a .910 save percentage in 34 games last season.

He averaged 3.00 goals, averaged a .913 save percentage and had four shutouts in 77 career NHL games, all with the Rangers. The only player born in Bulgaria in league history did not sign up in 2017 as a free agent in New York.

Rangers veteran added Keith Kinkide In a free agency earlier this month to give the goal deeper than Chesterkin and Georgiev.


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