from the Anaheim Ducks,
The Ducks have signed center Ryan Strome to a five-year contract through 2026-27 NHL season.
Strome, 29 (7/11/93), has scored 130-227=357 points with a +40 rating and 376 penalty minutes (PIM) in 621 career NHL games with the New York Rangers (2018-22), Edmonton Oilers (2017-18) and New York Islanders (2013-17).
The 6-1, 191-pound forward helped the Rangers to an appearance in the Eastern Conference Final in 2021-22, scoring 2-7=9 points in 19 Stanley Cup Playoff contests. He scored a career-high 21 goals and added 54 points (21-33-54) with a +15 rating and 69 PIM in 74 regular-season games last season, ranking fourth in goals and assists among Rangers leaders.
In 2020-21, Strome registered 14-35=49 points in 56 games with the Rangers, establishing career highs in assists per game (0.63), points per game (0.88), power play assists (15), and power play points (18). He set single-season career highs in points (18-41=59), assists and average time on ice (19:35) in 2019-20.
AAV is $5M