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Rangers have agreed to terms with defenseman Timo Mueller, the team announced.
The deal is for a one year, two-way contract worth $1.1 million.
Mueller, 28, has been with the Rangers since 2010-11.
He has three goals and 11 assists in 73 games this season.
“I am extremely excited about the future of our team,” Mueller said.
“This is a great opportunity for me to continue to grow and get better.”
Mueller was selected by the Rangers with the fourth overall pick in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
He appeared in eight games with the New York Rangers last season, tallying two assists.
Mueller has played for the Russian National Team at the World Cup of Hockey and the IIHF World Championship.
“Timo is a player who has had tremendous success with both the Russian Hockey League and in the NHL,” Rangers General Manager Ray Shero said in a release.
“We look forward to him continuing to play with the organization for many years to come.”