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|Last 10 Games|
|Rangers Sign Brassard |
|(7/28/14) The Rangers re-signed Derick Brassard to a five-year, $25 million contract extension Sunday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.|
|Rangers' Brassard Files For Arbitration |
|(7/5/14) Derick Brassard has filed for salary arbitration, according to TSN.ca.|
|Rangers' Brassard Snaps Drought |
|(6/8/14) Derick Brassard collected a goal and an assist in a double overtime loss to Los Angeles in Game 2 on Saturday.|
|Rangers' Brassard Gets Goal In Return |
|(5/26/14) Derick Brassard (undisclosed) potted a goal in his return to the ice for Sunday's Game 4 win over the Canadiens.|
|Rangers' Brassard (Undisclosed) Says He'll Play |
|(5/24/14) Derick Brassard (undisclosed) said on Saturday that he will play in Game 4, Pat Leonard of New York Daily News reports.|
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The latest edition of Core Values takes a look at Eastern Conference champion New York Rangers to see which players they'll be building around.
Derick Brassard, Rangers agree to five-year, $25 million deal
Derick Brassard and the New York Rangers worked out a new five-year contract to avoid an arbitration hearing set for Monday.
Rangers Sign Brassard
The Rangers signed Brassard to a five-year, $25 million contract Sunday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.Brassard filed for salary arbitration with the Rangers earlier in July, but the two sides were able to agree to terms on a new deal without an official hearing. The center racked up 18 goals and 27 assists in 81 games last season, and will be counted on to help fill the hole left after the departure of Brad Richards.
Rangers' tough summer sets stage for vital year ahead
After a summer of change, the Rangers still have so much work left to do to solidify a healthy future for the franchise.
Mats Zuccarello, Rangers avoid arbitration with one-year deal
The Rangers re-signed leading scorer Mats Zuccarello to a one-year deal worth a reported $3.5 million, thus avoiding a Friday arbitration hearing.
|Entering last season, Derick Brassard was widely speculated to have a breakout season. Although his 45 points could be considered more than pedestrian from a third-line perspective, Columbus' former sixth overall pick (2006) still has a boat load of promise to fulfill. With the off-season amnesty buyout of Brad Richards' contract, the 6-foot-1 veteran center moves his game up to the team's second line and could finally make good on the long awaited expectations. (Updated 8/13/14) |