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by Toby Ivey

Tuesday, July 1 2003


Big Names On The Move

GM Glen Sather had a busy day on the eve of the free agent deadline, resigning two pending Restricted Free Agents and sending a couple of well known names off for draft picks.

Veteran defenseman and long time Ranger, Brian Leetch was sent to Edmonton in a move reminiscent to the Richter deal last season.  In exchange the Rangers will receive a conditional 2004 4th round draft pick, along with netminder Jussi Markkanen.

Joining Leetch in the last minute maneuvers, was captain Mark Messier, sent to San Jose for future considerations.  Whether the Rangers will add a draft pick in next year's draft, will be no doubt determined towards the end of the coming season.

Returning for 2003-04 will be left wingers Dan Lacouture and Ronald Petrovicky, both players signed one year contracts with the Rangers.  Lacouture had 1 goal and 4 assists in 24 games with the Rangers, after being included in the trade that saw Alex Kovalev return to New York.  Petrovicky had 5 goals and 9 assists in 66 games after being claimed from Calgary in last season's waiver draft.

In other news it appears apparent that the Rangers will part ways with Eric Lindros some time in the next week or so.  TSN is reporting that the Rangers will place Lindros on waivers and will then buy his contract out for 2.2 million when he clears as he is expected to do.

The move would bring to an end a disappointing run on Broadway for Lindros who defied the career-ending concussion, but was largely ineffective this past season.  Lindros came to the Rangers in August of 2001 under a hail of criticism and protest from the Rangers faithful.  Sather stood by his actions, but with Lindros' salary tied to games played and not performance, the GM looks to be forced to admit that this was a trade that didn't work out for the Rangers.

Finally, Pavel Bure appears to be reassessing his future following an injury-plagued season and a myriad of Ranger personnel moves/rumors on the first day of free agency.  Bure is considering returning to Russia and taking up a political position.


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