Various sources report the NY Rangers avoided salary arbitration today with forward Brandon Dubinsky, re-signing him to a four-year, $16.8 million contract, worth an average cap hit of $4.2 million per season.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: So basically everyone got what they wanted. Dubinsky gets a long-term deal at a fair salary, while the Rangers didn’t have to overpay for his services and avoid the possibility of losing him in two years time to free agency had this thing gone to arbitration.

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3 Responses to Rangers re-sign Dubinsky.

  1. NYRFTW says:

    I’m happy with the deal!!! 4 million is good for him now he needs to elevate his game and get to the 70 point range!

  2. Poultsy says:

    Good deal for both sides. Dubie does so many things on the ice…plays in all situations as well.

  3. chaas says:

    I still disagree with you NYRFTW. I was expecting somewhere in the 4-5 range, but quite honestly if he puts up 45-55 points and continues playing his style, this contract is just fine. They went out to buy scoring with Richards, let the role players play their roles. I am happy though, arbitration would have been a tragedy. Now that Dubinsky’s done, they can go ahead and give Callahan a comparable deal, and also make sure he isn’t going anywhere for a while I would like that very much please and thank you.

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