New York Rangers plan to buy out Tony DeAngelo’s contract

Tony DeAngelo undoubtedly played his last game as a member of the New York Rangers.

According to Frank Seravalli, the Rangers have finalized their plan to buy back the remaining year of DeAngelo’s contract once the 2021 Stanley Cup Final is over …

The New York Rangers have finalized their plans to buy out the final year of defenseman Tony DeAngelo’s contract, which will become official once the first buyout window opens 24 hours after the Stanley Cup final ends.

DeAngelo has had a problematic career, ranging from suspension in the OHL for using a racial insult against an opponent to suspension for abusing an official while playing for the Arizona Coyotes. Most recently, DeAngelo was sent off from Rangers after he had an argument with goalkeeper Alexandar Georgiev following a loss in January.

He only played six games for the Rangers in 2021 and was allowed on waivers.

DeAngelo signed a two-year deal with the Rangers in October 2020 worth $ 4,800,000 per year. When redeemed, it will cost the Rangers $ 383,334 against the cap in 2021-22 and $ 883,334 in 2022023. New York already has $ 4,044,444 in dead money on the books for 2021-2022 from Henrik’s buyout. Lundqvist, Kevin Shattenkirk and Dan Girardi, but it’s a small price to pay to get rid of a major distraction.

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