The New York Rangers have announced another depth signing as they have agreed to terms with forward Jonny Brodzinski. The terms of the deal were not officially released, but the money should come in under the $1 million threshold.
Even though this signing slipped under the radar a bit throughout all of today’s craziness, the Rangers have done pretty well improving the Hartford Wolf Pack. Brodzinski is another proven point producer at the AHL level, and he comes with some versatility as well. He also gives the Wolf Pack some additional options down the middle, and also has the ability to shift over to the right wing.
Brodzinski, 27, has had brief appearances in the NHL with the San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings. He skated in 13 games with the Kings back in 2018-19, and three games this past season with the Sharks.
With the Rangers officially announcing all of their signings, it’s probably a good indication that they are finished for the day. Be sure to stay tuned incase anything else arises.