Metropolitan Division Deals: New York Rangers Sign Vincent Trocheck to Seven-Year Contract


The New York Rangers likely surprised quite a few pundits when they played their way to the 2022 Eastern Conference Finals, losing to the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games. In the opening hour of free agency, the Rangers bolstered their hopes of improving upon that run by signing forward Vincent Trocheck.

The 29-year old Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native will join the Blueshirts on a seven-year contract according to The Daily Faceoff’s Frank Seravalli.

Per The Athletic’s Arthur Staple, the deal carries an annual average value (AAV) of $5.625 million.

Trocheck recorded 51 points (21 goals, 30 assists) in 81 Games Played with the Carolina Hurricanes. In nine NHL seasons spent with the Florida Panthers and Hurricanes, the former third-round pick has recorded 378 Points (150 Goals, 228 Assists) in 555 Games Played, including four seasons with 20 or more goals (31 in 2017-18)

By Michael Fleetwood

About Michael Fleetwood

Michael Fleetwood was born into a family of diehard Capitals fans and has been watching games as long as he can remember. He was born the year the Capitals went to their first Stanley Cup Final, and is a diehard Caps fan, the owner of the very FIRST Joe Beninati jersey and since then, has met Joe himself. His favorite player became former Capital Nate Schmidt after he met Schmidt in a Hershey hotel while in Hershey PA to see the Bears play, shortly after Schmidt was injured during a conditioning stint. Michael is also a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Orioles, and enjoys photography, watching WildEarth TV's SafariLive live safaris, and watching animals in his spare time. (Photo by Adam Vingan in 2014 at the Capitals Development Camp).
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2 Responses to Metropolitan Division Deals: New York Rangers Sign Vincent Trocheck to Seven-Year Contract

  1. Anonymous says:

    Rangers loading up. Cmon Mac!

  2. Jon Sorensen says:

    Rangers pushing chips to the center of the table.

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