New York Rangers Sign Sam Carrick To Three-Year Deal

The New York Rangers are set to sign forward Sam Carrick to a three-year contract worth $3 million ($1M AAV), according to David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period.

This move comes as the Rangers seek to bolster their fourth line after Barclay Goodrow, a two-time Stanley Cup champion, was claimed off waivers by the San Jose Sharks earlier this offseason.

Carrick, 32, brings a wealth of experience with 240 NHL games primarily with the Anaheim Ducks. 

Traded to the Edmonton Oilers ahead of the 2024 deadline, he played in 10 playoff games, contributing to their postseason efforts. 

This past season, he tallied 10 goals and 16 total points combined with the Ducks and Oilers, making him a reliable and cost-effective addition to the Rangers' lineup. 

Although Carrick may not have the championship pedigree of Goodrow, his signing offers the Rangers a solid veteran presence and depth at a more affordable price.

Over his eight-year NHL career, Carrick has recorded 28 goals and 53 total points, along with 478 hits across 240 games played. 

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