Larry Brooks at the New York Post reports that Glen Sather would have keen interest in the recently waived Sheldon Souray should the Oilers place him on re-entry waivers.
Under that scenario, the Blueshirts only would be hit with a $2.7 million cap charge by getting Souray via re-entry, splitting both his annual cap hit and his $4.5 million salary with the Oilers.
There are, however, two obstacles confronting Sather. First, the Oilers have no immediate plan to place Souray on re-entry, assuming he clears. Second, the Blueshirts would have the 10th claim on re-entry, making it unlikely that he would get through to that pick.
...for $2.7 million, I'd be in. For his regular salary of $5.4 million for the next two years, not so much.