Bantering Points: 3/7/24

Here are today’s news and links:

Rangers News:

Andrew Crane points out the franchise history Artemiy Panarin has made with his offensive exploits thus far in his fifth season on Broadway (NY Post)

Larry Brooks ponders what going “all-in” could look like for the Rangers following their acquisition of Alex Wennberg from the Seattle Kraken (NY Post)

Colin Stephenson notes that even after shipping out two draft picks to land Wennberg, Chris Drury is likely to make more moves prior to tomorrow’s trade deadline (Newsday)

Vincent Mercogliano examines who is likely to come out of the lineup after the trade deadline dust settles and the Blueshirts take the ice on Saturday night against St. Louis (LoHud)

$hayna Goldman and Eric Duhat$chek offer their grade$ of the deal between New York and $eattle (The Athletic)

Around the NHL:

Jason Bukala and Rory Boylen broke down the first deal in yesterday’s flurry of trades, one that saw Vladimir Tarasenko get dealt from the Ottawa Senators to the Florida Panthers in exchange for a pair of draft picks (Sportsnet)

With the deals coming fast and furious from yesterday through tomorrow afternoon, the TSN trade tracker will keep you up to date on everything (TSN)

Calgary Flames’ forward Martin Pospisil has been suspended three games for boarding Seattle Kraken defenseman Vince Dunn (ESPN)

The Philadelphia Flyers traded defenseman Sean Walker and a 5th round pick to the Colorado Avalanche for 1st round pick and forward Ryan Johansen, and placed Johansen on waivers immediately following the trade (Official Team Site)