Carl Hagelin RUMORS & NEWS

  • Rangers starting to see the benefit in shipping Carl Hagelin

    New York Post "The Rangers knew what they were giving up when they traded Carl Hagelin to the Ducks this summer, essentially saving $3 million per season in salary-cap space. What they didn’t know was exactly what they were receiving in return in the form of 23-year-old winger Emerson Etem. And coach Alain..." October 28

  • Ducks sign Carl Hagelin to $16 million deal

    Sportsnet "Carl Hagelin has signed with the Anaheim Ducks, his new team, for four years. A restricted free agent acquired from the New York Rangers in exchange for Emerson Etem (draft picks also swapped hands) on June 27, Hagelin’s new contract is worth a total of $16 million, according to Eric Stephens..." August 14

  • Rangers get Etem from Ducks for Hagelin "The New York Rangers acquired left wing Emerson Etem and the No. 41 pick in the 2015 NHL Draft from the Anaheim Ducks on Saturday for left wing Carl Hagelin and the 59th and 179th picks. Etem and Hagelin can become restricted free agents on July 1. The Rangers used the 41st pick to select..." June 28

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    Andrew Gross @AGrossRecord

    Vigneault won't specify his lines, says he plans to "mix and match" Hagelin in his season debut off LTIR.

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    Katie Strang @KatieStrangESPN

    #NYR Second RFA signing this week as Carl Hagelin agrees to terms on a two-year deal. Deal is worth $4.5 million total, $2.25 AAV

  • Ryan Callahan, Carl Hagelin undergo surgery for torn labrums

    CBS Sports "Two of the New York Rangers' top players may not be ready for the start of the 2013-14 regular season. The team announced Friday afternoon that forwards Ryan Callahan and Carl Hagelin both underwent surgery on Friday to repair torn labrums in their left shoulders. The team didn't announce an..." May 31

  • Hagelin ends scoring drought

    New York Post "Carl Hagelin didn’t need 17 minutes to do what he couldn’t do in 17 playoff games last season. The second-year Swede shook the weight of three playoff series off his shoulders just 16:44 into Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals Thursday night, scoring his first career playoff goal..." May 03

  • Blueshirts’ Hagelin finds offensive groove

    New York Post "Carl Hagelin wasn’t just in a scoring drought — the Rangers forward was in the desert, with no water in sight for miles. The speedy and gifted Swede failed to score in the Rangers’ final 29 games last season and managed just one goal in the first 10 contests this year. In the last four,..." February 18