Stralman said“I would love to be back but I know this is a business. It’s a business and I don’t know what their thoughts are. I would be happy to come back.”
He added,”It all depends what is on the table, it’s not just me coming over and it’s all about what is best for my family. My top priority is to play in the NHL and be over here but at the same time you need to look at what is best for the family.”
Stralman signed a one-year deal with the Rangers for $900,000 in November. He had two goals and 16 assists in the regular season and averaged just over 17 minutes a game.
He had three goals and three assists in the playoffs. Stralman is an RFA and the Rangers would need to qualify him at $945,000, per cap geek, to retain his rights.