Rangers agree to terms with Naslund; Jagr's fate sealed
NEW YORK -- Just as the New York Rangers ushered in the Markus Naslund era on Broadway, they turned out the lights on the Jaromir Jagr show.
Naslund, the longtime Vancouver Canucks captain, agreed to terms Thursday with New York on a two-year deal worth $8 million.
In making the announcement, Rangers general manager Glen Sather said he couldn't wait any longer for Jagr to make up his mind on what it would take to keep him in a Blueshirt, so he went in a different direction.
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