The New York Rangers and general manager Jeff Gorton will continue their rebuild this summer and keep it moving.
Over the last couple of seasons they've shipped off key pieces like Ryan McDonagh, Rick Nash, JT Miller and most recently Mats Zuccarello as they try and revamp the franchise.
Plenty of chatter has surrounded Henrik Lundqvist's future thanks to the emergence of Alexander Georgiev and Lundqvist's recent comments.
The 37 year old goalie might not be the only one to go as Larry Brooks of the New York Post writes the Rangers will likely try and move one of their big free agent signings from just a couple of summers ago.
Defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk had a down season with only two goals and seven power play points.
The 30 year old has a 10 team no trade list and is signed through the 2020-21 season at $6.5million a season.
Brooks adds that if the Rangers can't trade him, they might even consider buying him out.