Rangers trade Ryan Reaves to Wild in exchange for fifth-round pick

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The New York Rangers have actually traded forward Ryan Reaves to the Minnesota Wild in exchange for a 2025 fifth-round draft choice, according to Michael Russo of The Athletic.

Reaves just played 12 video games for the Rangers this season, and he stopped working to tally a point. Reaves had a hard time to split the lineup, and he asked for a trade while the group remained in Los Angeles for its video game versus the Kings, according to Mollie Walker of NHL Network.

In July of 2021, the Vegas Golden Knights traded Reaves to the Rangers, and he played in 69 video games for the group last season, amounting to 5 objectives and 13 points. In the Rangers’ gone to the Eastern Conference last, Reaves played in 18 video games however didn’t tape a point.

In his 13-year NHL profession, Reaves has actually scored 54 objectives and included 64 helps while betting 4 various groups.

By trading Reaves, the Rangers opened $1.75 million in income cap area. That might show helpful if the group attempts to make a relocation ahead of the 2023 NHL trade due date on Mar. 3.

Amidst a frustrating start to the 2022-23 season, the Wild are 6th in the Central Division and looking for responses. Perhaps Reaves can inject some energy into the bottom of the group’s lineup.



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