Two-Time Stanley Cup Champion Officially Becomes Free-Agent?

Published February 7, 2024 at 12:28
After a brief stint with the New York Rangers, veteran forward Nick Bonino finds himself back on the market. The Rangers placed him on unconditional waivers to terminate his contract, allowing him to explore opportunities with other NHL teams.

Bonino, who signed a one-year, $800K contract with the Rangers last summer, had little production during his time with the team, scoring just one goal and five points in 45 games.

Despite this, he's eager to continue his NHL career and contribute to a new team.

With several games left in the regular season, Bonino could be eyeing a move to a team in need of forward depth. One potential landing spot could be the Chicago Blackhawks, where he could take on a veteran role and provide leadership for the young team as he finishes off his NHL career.

Although Bonino's recent performance raises questions about his impact, he remains optimistic about his ability to contribute. Like other experienced players who have found roles later in the season, such as Corey Perry and Zach Parise, Bonino is determined to prove he still has what it takes to make a difference on the ice.
February 7   |   315 answers
Two-Time Stanley Cup Champion Officially Becomes Free-Agent?

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