Michael Del Zotto’s representatives hope to chat with Glen Sather in Toronto on Saturday in an attempt to accelerate the Rangers general manager’s efforts to deal the 23-year-old defenseman.

Del Zotto, who was a scratch in Friday night’s 5-2 defeat to the Penguins for the second straight game and eighth time in the last 24 matches, has been on the open market for more than a month, but the Rangers have yet to field an offer to pique their interest.

League sources reported the team has not exactly been aggressive in seeking to trade the fifth-year defenseman, who as recently as last Friday got 24:37 of ice time on the second pair after Anton Stralman went down with a first-period injury.

Del Zotto is represented by Don Meehan and Pat Morris of the Newport Sports Agency, whose home office is just outside Toronto. The hoped-for meeting, confirmed by The Post following an initial TSN report on Twitter, may be imperiled by weather and travel issues. Sather was in New York on Friday, scheduled to meet the club in Toronto for the Blueshirts’ match against the Maple Leafs.