Official: New York Rangers announce three minor signings

The New York Rangers made the three following signings official today. Goalie, Adam Huska and forwards, Tim Gettinger and Ty Ronning were inked to new deals.

Per a team release:

New York Rangers President and General Manager Chris Drury announced today that the team has agreed to terms with restricted free agent forward Tim Gettinger on a one-year contract, restricted free agent goaltender Adam Huska on a one-year contract, and restricted free agent forward Ty Ronning on a one-year contract.

Rangers sign Tim Gettinger

The New York Rangers signed Wolf Pack forward Tim Gettinger to one-year two-way deal worth $750,000 and $75,000 respectively.

Last season, the 23 year-old forward scored 19 points in 23 games at the AHL level. He also appeared in two games for the Rangers towards the end of the season.

The 6-6, 218-pounder has played in 140 career AHL games picking up 39 goals and 34 assists for 73 points, along with 61 penalty minutes. The Blueshirts selected him in the 5th round of the 2016 Draft.

Rangers sign Adam Huska

Adam Huska
UVM #10 Vlad Dzhioshvili tries to reach the loose puck off of the pad of Uconn goalie #30 Adam Huska during their hockey game Friday night, Nov. 2, 2018, at home. The Huskies pulled out a win, 1-0. Bur20181102uvmuconnhoc5

The New York Rangers re-signed goaltender Adam Huska on a 1 year two-way contract. He will earn $750,000 if called up to the big club and $80,000 when playing in the minors per CapFriendly.

This past season for the Hartford Wolf Pack, the 6-4 netminder from Slovakia had an average season. Huska posted a 9-4 record with a 2.70 GAA and an .890 SV%.

For his AHL career with the Pack, he’s 21-17-9 with a SV% of .892 and a GAA of 3.02 with no shutouts.

The 24 year-old goalie was drafted in the 7th round of the 2015 draft. This would be his fourth season with the Wolf Pack. He is expected to backup Tyler Wall or Keith Kinkaid or he could join the Rangers new ECHL affiliate the Jacksonville Icemen.

Rangers sign Ty Ronning

The Blueshirts also signed the son of Cliff Ronning who played for the Vancouver Canucks in the 1994 Final. It is a one-year two-way deal worth $750,000 and $75,000 respectively.

Ty Ronning played 18 games for the Wolf Pack last season and scored 18 points. He notched 10 goals and 8 assists, setting career highs for the 23 year-old forward.

Drafted in the seventh round of the 2016 Draft, he has totaled 31 points in 79 AHL career games with Hartford.