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NYR Want Nylander Around

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
But the bargain, if not necessarily Nylander's tour in Manhattan, is almost over. Failing to exercise a team option over the summer of 2005 for what would have been a 2007-08 commitment of $2.28 million - how could they after the contract's first season became a cancelled season? - the Rangers ceded control of the fourth year to Nylander, who has a player's option for $1.52 million for next year. Obviously, Nylander will not exercise the below-market value option. This means the Rangers will have to sign No. 92 to a multi-year contract extension commensurate with the going rate for a successful first-line pivot or risk losing him over the summer as an unrestricted free agent. To that end, the wheels are in motion.
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