Mats Sundin‘s agent is denying a report in the New York Post that says his client wants to join the Rangers.
The newspaper article says well-connected sources have stated that Sundin has expressed his interest in playing for the Blueshirts. The Post report went on to say that Sundin’s agent, J.P. Barry has been in constant communication with front-office personnel from the Rangers.
When contacted by TSN, Barry denied there have been any increased discussions with the Rangers. He told TSN that he has spoken to both the Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers but also has had long discussions with Maple Leafs general manager Cliff Fletcher and Vancouver Canucks general manager Mike Gillis. Barry said there are six teams interested in Sundin’s services for next season.
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I guess time will tell where Sundin ends up…