The Rangers are bringing back another piece of their core.
Defenseman Tony DeAngelo and the team agreed on a two-deal worth between $4.8-4.9 million on Thursday, according to The Post’s Larry Brooks. The 24-year-old, a restricted free agent, was scheduled to have an arbitration hearing on Oct. 20 that is no longer needed now.
DeAngelo’s contract comes on the same day the Rangers agreed to a two-year deal with goaltender Alex Georgiev worth an annual cap hit of $2.425 million.
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