It’s a long way from the Rangers first-round pick that the Columbus Blue Jackets traded for.
And it’s not the first time that Enroth has been linked to the Rangers.
Enroth, 28, has been a fan favorite for years in Columbus, who have a history of winning at home in the playoffs.
However, Enroth’s playing time and offensive ability has not been there since his debut in the NHL in 2015-16, when he had just two goals and 12 points in 44 games.
Enstrom, who was acquired in a three-team deal with Columbus last week, was the only player on Columbus’ roster with at least 25 games played, but he missed all but one game during the 2016-17 campaign.
He was one of five players acquired in the trade, which included three prospects and two first-rounder, which is an unusual amount for a trade.
In order to be eligible for this year’s NHL Trade Deadline, teams must have two first round picks, which they acquired in last week’s deal.
And since Columbus got three first- round picks from Ottawa and Florida, it can acquire at least two more picks.
It is unclear whether the Rangers will get a pick in this year�s trade deadline.
Still, the Rangers are not the only team looking to upgrade their defensive corps.
Chicago and Arizona, among others, are interested in acquiring defensive prospects to upgrade the team.
The Blackhawks and Coyotes also are looking to improve their blue line and defense.
As a result, the Pittsburgh Penguins are also looking to add a defenseman.
It�s a logical move for Pittsburgh to pursue a defenseman in this trade deadline, and it�s something they have been rumored to be interested in for some time.
The Rangers have not had any players on their roster in the last four seasons that played more than 100 games.
It would be surprising if the Rangers did not make this move in the near future.
However to get back to the Enroth trade, the NHL Trade Registry indicates that the Rangers traded the Blueshirts first- and fourth-round picks in 2016-18, along with two second-rounders and a third-rounder in 2016.
The Blueshirt�s top-round selection, which was acquired from New York in the Enstrom trade, was then moved to the Pittsburgh Predators.
The Penguins then sent the Blueshirt�s third- and seventh-round selections to Columbus.
The Predators, on the other hand, received a second-rounder and a second round pick in 2016 and 2017.
If the Rangers do make this trade, it would make sense to acquire Enroth�s defensive assets in a bid to improve on their blue-line.