Rangers reach agreement with college free agent Bobby Trivigno

Rangers officially agreed to a settlement with Bobby Trivigno on Friday after spending some time watching the standout college free agent.

Trivigno traveled to Hartford on Friday and hopes to play for the Wolf Pack on Saturday. The East Setauket, NY native will have an amateur Test contract for the remainder of 2021-22 before his two-year, $1.665 million contract – which includes a $92,500 signing bonus – begins next season.

In four years at UMass, Trivigno has been at the heart of transforming the hockey program into a powerhouse. He was named the most outstanding player of the Minutemen’s inaugural national championship and led the team to back-to-back Hockey East titles. In his senior year, Trivigno not only captained, but finished his collegiate career with 53 goals and 78 assists with a plus-73 rating in 139 games.

Bobby Trivigno
After months of interest, Bobby Trivigno has agreed to a deal with Rangers.
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The 23-year-old was named Hockey East Player of the Year this season as well as a top 10 Hobey Baker Award finalist. Trivigno also became only the fourth player to win the Walt Brown Award, presented annually for consecutive seasons to America’s top Division I college hockey player in New England. Rangers reach agreement with college free agent Bobby Trivigno


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