Michael Russo at the Minneapolis Star Tribune says that the Rangers are a team that could make sense for a potential Marian Gaborik trade as Glen Sather is buddy buddy with Minnesota Wild GM Doug Risebrough.
Russo reports that Risebrough had planned on attending Monday night's Rangers-Senators game, but flight problems spoiled his trip.
...as this is all speculation it is difficult to comment on it without knowing who the Rangers would be looking to trade (maybe Rozsival and Prucha). And also how Gaborik's $7 million contract fits under the cap this year.
While Mike Casey at In the Crease says that the Rangers chances of getting Mats Sundin have improved through the first quarter of the season by playing well and establishing themselves as legitimiate Stanley Cup contenders possibly enticing Sundin into signing a cheaper contract to play for a team with a shot at winning.
Casey also feels that Sundin's delay in signing has likely lowered his price. Bringing him closer to the range the Blueshirts might be willing to offer.
...we're 14-5-2!!! Why would we be looking to make any changes?