Rangers expected to part ways with three veteran players.

The Rangers will look very different next season.

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The New York Rangers haven't made any official announcements when it comes to their offseason plans, but one Rangers insider believes that at least three players are on their way out of town.

According to a report from Larry Brooks of the New York Post the Rangers have already decided to part ways with three veteran players, two forwards and a defenseman, who will be free agents this summer.

From Brooks:

The club is not expected to pursue a deal with deadline rental acquisition Eric Staal or with fellow pending free agents Dominic Moore and Dan Boyle.

Moore and Boyle are 35 and 39 respectively, and it's unclear how likely they are to be picked up if they do hit free agency, Staal on the other hand is likely still a valuable commodity, although based on his production as of late he is likely to take a massive pay cut if he does sign a new NHL deal.