The Rangers signed two former draft picks, including 2018 first-round pick Vitali Kravtsov, to entry-level contracts.
Kravtsov, a 19-year-old forward, has played with the KHL's Traktor Chelyabinsk for the past three years, scoring eight goals and recording 13 assists in 50 games this past season.
New York drafted Kravtsov, a 6-foot-4, 183-pound right winger, ninth overall last year. He made the KHL All-Star Game last season and won Bronze with Team Russia at the U20 World Junior Championship earlier this year.
The Rangers also announced they signed goaltender Igor Shestyorkin, their fourth-round pick in 2014. Shestyorkin, 23, recorded a league-best 1.11 goals against average and a .953 save percentage in 28 games with the KHL's SKA St. Petersburg.
He won a gold medal at the Pyeongchang Olympics in 2018 with the Olympic Athletes from Russia team, although he did not see any playing time on the ice.