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by Paul on 07/02/07 at 08:41 AM ET
from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
The Post has learned that Sather made an effort to keep Nylander from becoming a free agent yesterday morning, but that No. 92 was determined to test the market. When Nylander, who will turn 35 in October, received offers of four years at more than $20M, Sather declined to match.
From the moment the season ended in Eastern elimination by the Sabres, the Rangers had targeted Gomez and Drury - 2004 USA World Cup and 2006 USA Olympic teammates - as 1 and 1A to fill the second-line center hole.
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