NHL Rumors: New York Rangers, and the St. Louis Blues
Kravtsov in Russia however the door is open to go back to the AHL to work his method back

Russ Cohen: New York Rangers Vitali Kravtsov is back in Chelyabinsk and was at a KHL video game over the weekend.

Have been informed that there are around 5 groups who have actually revealed some interest in him.

Larry Brooks: Rangers GM Chris Drury needs to set his asking cost for Kravtsov and adhere to it. There is no rush to move Kravtsov and he can sit for as long as it requires to get the cost they desire.

Sportsnet: Elliotte Friedman on Kravtsov.

“Vitali Kravtsov, the Rangers ninth overall pick in 2018, has been given permission to seek a trade this week. I understand the Rangers have asked him, ‘would you like to go to AHL Hartford and work you’re way back up?’ Kaapo Kakko got hurt . This point in time he hasn’t agreed. I don’t know if he will Ron, but the offer is out there to return.”

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Will Vladimir Tarasenko stay with the Blues all season?

Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic: One NHL executive believes the St. Louis Blues will trade Vladimir Tarasenko after the season. This would provide Tarasenko an opportunity to reveal he can produce and is over the shoulder concerns. He’d have one year left on his offer.

If Tarasenko leaves to an excellent start, why would the Blues even wish to move him? Now, the legitimate trade deals might begin to come if he’s producing and they’d need to look it.

From understanding, Tarasenko would still like a trade. Rutherford likewise believes he’ll stay with the Blues all season long.

Think eventually this season the Blues will want to generate some goalie depth. Hard to see both goalies, Jordan Binnington and Ville Husso staying healthy all season or not mistaking a bit. Internal goaltenders are Joel Hofer and Charlie Lindgren.

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