New York Rangers: What the Rangers' Offseason Blueprints Should Look Like

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New York Rangers: What the Rangers' Offseason Blueprints Should Look Like
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At the beginning of the season, this young group wasn't given much credit.  They played in arguably the toughest division in the NHL.  At the outset of the season, the Rangers were excepted to finish at best, third in the Atlantic behind the likes of the Pittsburgh Penguins and the revamped Philadelphia Flyers.

The New York Rangers clearly shocked everyone this year with their success.  Winners of the Atlantic Division and Eastern Conference, the Rangers finished one point shy of the President's Trophy.

Last year, the Rangers stole the show, acquiring highly coveted free agent Brad Richards.  The Richards/Gaborik combination was supposed to carry the Rangers to the promise land, and it nearly did. 

Once again there are a few big names in free agency that the Rangers are rumored to be interested in.  But the Rangers need to be careful in how they approach this offseason and spend their nearly $21 million of cap room wisely.

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