Larry Brooks at the New York Post says that Mike Knuble will emerge as a person of significant interest to the Rangers and the interest is likely to be mutual...
"Knuble, who had a previous tour of duty on Broadway as a fledgling during the Dark Ages, scored 27 goals for the Flyers this year, 11 on the power play. He always is around the net, a quick stick impossible to move, and would provide the presence that coach John Tortorella covets and the Rangers lack. He's also a leader, a character player who would ease some of the burden on Drury inside the room.
Subtracting Antropov, Markus Naslund, Nikolai Zherdev (probably), Paul Mara, Aaron Voros, Blair Betts and Colton Orr from the roster leaves the Rangers with 110 NHL goals on their team. It doesn't matter that Knuble will be 37 on July 4. It matters that he can score and probably is affordable."
...he's always around the net? As a Ranger fan, I'm not sure what that looks like.
...Knuble has scored 114 goals (49 on the power play) in his four years with Philly. That's an average of 28 goals a year. I can live with that. Plus at 37 the Rangers may be able to get him at a discount. How's two years for $4.5 million? Knuble made $2.8 million last year.