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Rangers Sign Vincent Trocheck to a Seven-Year Deal

The New York Rangers have signed forward Vincent Trocheck to help bolster the team's offensive core.

The New York Rangers have signed forward Vincent Trocheck to a seven-year deal worth $5.625-million per season.

Trocheck scored 21 goals and 51 points in 80 games for the Carolina Hurricanes in 2021-22, one of the best seasons of his career. Trocheck has broken the 50-point barrier four times in his career, highlighted by his 31-goal, 75-point season in 2017-18. 

Trocheck is a big addition to a Rangers team that made the Eastern Conference final. With Artemi Panarin, Mika Zibanejad, Chris Kreider and Alexis Lafreniere, the team already has some impressive offensive options up front, so adding Trocheck – especially in Andrew Copp's departure – is a big get.


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