by Patrick Hoffman on 07/17/11 at 05:47 PM ET
From Joe Yeardon at NBC’s Pro Hockey Talk:
With Christensen and Anisimov as wingers and with Ruslan Fedotenko and Sean Avery already in the mix to get spots in the top three lines, having Wolski around making that much money and potentially playing on the fourth line doesn’t make much sense. As it is, the fourth line appears to be set with Boyle centering Brandon Prust and newly signed Mike Rupp. Keeping Wolski around as an expensive healthy scratch doesn’t make a world of sense either.
The saving graces for Wolski’s future in New York could be a couple of things. The Rangers will still have breathable room against the cap with him there and how the Rangers forward depth in their system isn’t very good. Having a guy with offensive skills like Wolski around would be beneficial, but as we’ve seen through the NHL money talks and for New York, Wolski might make too much to keep things sensible.
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