Biggest trades New York Rangers

New York Rangers acquire Date Winnipeg Jets acquire
Jacob Trouba
June 17, 2019
2019 1st round pick
Neal Pionk
Tampa Bay Lightning acquire Date New York Rangers acquire
Ryan McDonagh
J.T. Miller
February 26, 2018
Vladislav Namestnikov
Libor Hajek
Brett Howden
2018 1st round pick
2019 conditional 2nd round pick
Comment: Conditional 2nd round pick becomes a first-rounder if the Lightning win the Stanley Cup in either 2018 or 2019.
New York Rangers acquire Date Arizona Coyotes acquire
Keith Yandle
Chris Summers
2015 4th round pick
March 1, 2015
Anthony Duclair
John Moore
2015 2nd round pick
2016 1st round pick
New York Rangers acquire Date Tampa Bay Lightning acquire
Martin St. Louis
March 5, 2014
2014 conditional 2nd round pick
2015 1st round pick
Ryan Callahan
Comment: Should the Rangers advance to the 2014 Eastern Conference Final, the 2014 second-rounder would become a first-round pick. In the event Callahan should re-sign with the Lightning, the Rangers would receive Tampa Bay`s second-round pick at the 2015 NHL Draft while the Lightning would receive the Rangers` seventh-round draft pick in 2015.
Edmonton Oilers acquire Date New York Rangers acquire
Louie DeBrusk
Bernie Nicholls
Steven Rice
future considerations (David Shaw)
October 4, 1991
Mark Messier
future considerations (Jeff Beukeboom)
Boston Bruins acquire Date New York Rangers acquire
Brad Park
Jean Ratelle
Joe Zanussi
November 7, 1975
Phil Esposito
Carol Vadnais
Montreal Canadiens acquire Date New York Rangers acquire
Dave Balon
Leon Rochefort
Len Ronson
Lorne Gump Worsley
June 4, 1963
Phil Goyette
Don Marshall
Jacques Plante