How the Rangers’ trade deadline shifts are stacking up in the east


Editor’s Note: We bring you today’s edition of Inside the Rangers with a changed schedule after yesterday’s busy NHL close. Larry Brooks is ailing so Mollie Walker fills out some briefings before traveling to Newark for tonight’s game against the Devils. Back to the regular program next Tuesday morning. and Sign up here to get Inside the Rangers delivered to your inbox.

The Rangers made some needed upgrades ahead of yesterday’s close — but so did many other playoff-level teams in the Eastern Conference.

President and general manager Chris Drury not only strengthened the team on both sides of the puck — he acquired forwards Andrew Copp and Tyler Motte and defenseman Justin Braun in three separate trades — he also brought in players who already know themselves and their new teammates New York.

There’s no way to really tell which clubs have significantly improved until each team’s new product unfolds on the ice. The true “winners” and “losers” of the 2022 trade deadline have yet to be announced. But we can evaluate the steps that were taken on paper and how each team approached what had been a very busy day for the NHL – just ask the league’s central registry. How the Rangers’ trade deadline shifts are stacking up in the east


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