Other than those aforementioned players, I wouldn't mind if anyone on the Rangers got traded.
Hopefully Sather realizes that this team is going nowhere, like the rest of us have, and makes an abundance of trades at the deadline.
Vinny Prospal can easily be dealt. He's having a decent year, making just about nothing, and is an UFA at the end of the year. A GM's dream.
Chris Higgins might be harder to move, but I'm sure he'll find a new home. Like Prospal, Higgins is an UFA at season's end. Higgins might not be producing with the Rangers, but a change of scenery might do him wonders. I'd be shocked if he's not dealt at the deadline.
Ales Kotalik will probably be very difficult to move, but I still see him shipping out. Kotalik has two more years left on his contract at $3 million per, and is having a terrible run in New York. However, I did read that the Florida Panthers might be interested in bringing him in. Hopefully some team is desperate enough to take a gamble on him once their plan A's and B's fall through.
Erik Christensen is a RFA at year's end, so even if he's not traded, I don't see him being back with the team next season.
Dan Girardi, like Christensen, is a RFA. With the amount of depth the Rangers have on D, I don't see Girardi playing another season in New York. I'm sure a playoff contending team will be looking to add some depth on defense and a player that has an expiring contract makes it much more enticing. Expect Girardi to be traded.
Donald Brashear should be waived, simple as that. There is no market for him whatsoever, and if it weren't for Sather, there would have been no market for him last season.
Don't expect Wade Redden to go anywhere. Same goes for Drury. We're stuck with them. Period.
Michal Rozsival on the other hand, has a better opportunity of being shipped out. As bad as he is, teams are always seeking an "offensive defensemen." I use that term very lightly. Rozsival, although a huge cap hit at $5 million per season, only has two more years remaining on his deal after this season.
That might be an easier pill for some teams to swallow, especially teams that have cap space and are on the verge of the playoffs.
The Thrashers and Stars have ample amount of cap space and are both fighting for the playoffs. A trade involving Marty Turco and Rozsival would not shock me at all. Alex Auld has played just as well as Turco this season, and Turco is going to be a UFA after this season.
Not to mention that burden it would take off of Lundqvist's shoulders after the Olympics.