Bantering Points: 7/6/24

Here are today's news and links:

Rangers News:

Jared Schwartz notes that even as Adam Sykora's gear got lost en route to prospect camp, the young Slovakian forward brought energy to the rink, energy he'll look to make the most of and carve out an NHL roster spot in the upcoming season (NY Post)

Schwartz also relays word of Ryan Lindgren's decision to file for salary arbitration, one of 14 players to do so around the league (NY Post)

Brendan Azoff highlights the need for the Blueshirts to address their current hole at third line center with the departure of Alex Wennberg (The Hockey Writers)

Lucas Standel discusses why another offseason without any more major moves would be ill advised for Chris Drury (The Hockey Writers)

Around the NHL:

The Buffalo Sabres acquired forward Ryan McLeod from the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for 2022 ninth overall selection Matthew Savoie and Tyler Tullio (NBC Sports)

Carolina's Martin Necas and Jack Drury headline the full 14 player list of salary arbitration filers (Sportsnet)