If you haven't noticed the NHL has been very slow these days when it comes to news. But the one man keeping all hockey fans on their toes is Mats Sundin. Larry Brooks of the NY Post has cited unnamed sources saying that Sundin's first choice is still the New York Rangers and may be willing to take a pay cut to play in the Big Apple. The gentleman at Hockeybuzz has reported that Sundin may play for the Rangers for as little as $2 million. Of course these rumors have been floating around for a day or two now but if, and of course this if is bigger than any font size I could think of, Sundin is willing to play for the Rangers for $2 million on a one year deal and try to go for that Stanley Cup he has missed for his entire career, then why not? I am sure Ranger fans would prefer to see Sundin on this team rather than Petr Nedved.
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