Grading the New York Rangers' 2013 Offseason

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Grading the New York Rangers' 2013 Offseason
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The summer of 2013 wasn't a traditional offseason for the New York Rangers. The organization had minimal cap space, fired its coach and didn't have a draft selection until the third round.

Needless to say, general manager Glen Sather and upper management had to make the best of a bad situation.

Fortunately, they may have.

As time has passed, we've gotten a better look at some of the new players and prospects, as well as the philosophy of new coach Alain Vigneault, and it looks like Sather successfully navigated through the rough offseason waters.

But we’ll break it down further and take a look at and grade the four stages of the Rangers’ offseason: the hiring of a new coach, the draft, unrestricted free agency and restricted free agency.

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