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The Rangers would be dumb to give up on John Moore, but it's possible they might want to find an upgrade for the remainder of this year.
After all, Moore doesn't display his offensive skills nearly enough and is a bit of a liability in his own end.
Given that, the Rangers might want to take a look at Scott Hannan.
The tough-as-nails San Jose Shark plays nearly 18 minutes a game on one of the best teams in the NHL and is plus-one.
He has just eight points and is not nearly the offensive threat that Moore is. But you know exactly what you're going to get from Hannan. He is going to hit everything that moves, block a ton of shots and play responsible hockey.
While the Rangers have gotten away from the John Tortorella grind-it-out style, it remains true that you need grit to win in the playoffs. The Rangers could use more of that.
Hannan is a free agent after this season, so it would be a very low-risk move. The team could probably have him for a late-round pick.