Erik Christensen Re-signs with New York Rangers

July 1st, 2010 by Broadway Hockey Daily Leave a reply »
The Rangers have announced that they have resigned center Erik Christensen to a one-year deal for a still undisclosed amount of money.

As long as the money is low, this deal makes sense. Christensen isn’t going to knock you out with his production, but in a weak free agent class he’s probably a better bet than other more costly veterans.

Here is more from the Rangers :

Christensen, who was named co-receipient of the John Halligan Good Guy Award for cooperation with the media, recorded a career-high, eight multi-point efforts, including a three-point performance on February 14 vs. Tampa Bay (two goals and one assist) to tie his career-high for most goals and points in a game.  He tallied his first point as a Ranger (goal) and the 100th point of his career (assist) on December 31 at Carolina.  Christensen made his Rangers debut on December 5 at Buffalo after being claimed off waivers from Anaheim on December 2.

The Rangers posted a record of 5-1-0 when he tallied a goal, and were 12-3-2 when he recorded a point.  C ...

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