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Rangers after playoff exit

Well, after four losses in a row vs Ottawa, the New York Rangers season ended finally. But despite the fast end it was a tremendous season for the Blueshirts. Finishing first in the East wasnt expected and running over Montreal and Pittsburgh into the conference final neither.

Ottawa was too much for the Rags, but the main reason for Ottawas easy walk was the injury to Carey Price. "That was a key loss. Carey was our most valuable player the whole season. Without him we not only lost our best player but also a lot of confidence", GM Kaminski explained.

Now, a couple of days after - and not before like other teams - seasons end, GM Kaminski had a first look into the teams future: "Well, we need to change a couple of things, as we have some veterans on the teams withiut much future left. But the main structure of our team is set. We also own some solid young players, we can build on", Kaminski added.

It is expected that the Rangers will look to move the following players over the summer:

Daniel Altshuller: 20 year old Carolina golie prospect. NHL 3rd round pick. Can probably moved for a mid/late pick and/or some small cash.

Henrik Tommernes: Canucks D-prospect. Back to Finland to get more playing time. Still some upside after scoring 10 points in 22 games overseas. Can probably moved for a mid/late pick and/or some small cash.

Dillon Fournier: Picked by Chicago 48th overall in NHL. 20 year old D-man with some upside. Can probably moved for a mid/late pick and/or some small cash.

Carter Ashton: Powerforward prospect who didnt reach his potential. But big man always need longer to explode. Can probably moved for a mid/late pick and/or some small cash.

Kael Mouillierat: Already 27 years old but with a solid NHL debut and great AHL numbers. Can probably moved for a mid/late pick and/or some small cash.

Ben Marshall: Small Red Wings D prospect. Was very solid in 4 years for the U. of Minnesota. Will turn pro next season. Can probably moved for a mid/late pick and/or some small cash.

Austin Cangelosi: Small, skilled forward. Can probably moved for a late pick and/or some small cash.