For Tanner Glass:
- Ryan McDonagh said: “He brings a great attitude whenever he’s in the lineup. He puts himself on the line for the team and wears his heart on his sleeve. You need to have someone like Tanner in order to have a successful team. You see his ability to skate with good speed, finish checks. He isn’t one to take many careless penalties. Obviously, he knows he’s a physical presence out there and a hard-nosed player...He’s a tough presence out there. There are guys that you love to have on your team – Tanner is one of them.”
- Jesper Fast said, "He’s one of the hardest workers on our team. Everyone has respect for him. He’s a great team player both on and off the ice. He’s playing physical, and it gives us energy. He’s a big part of our team.”
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Glass, 31, played in 66 games for the Rangers last season, averaging 10:14 per game, scoring 1 goal, 5 assists, a minus 12 rating, 53 shots on goal, 213 hits and 98 PIM.
In the playoffs he had one assist in 19 games, averaged 9:20 per game, was a minus two, had 31 PIM, 12 shots on goal and 70 hits.
He has two-years left on his contract at $1.45 million per season and if he was sent to Hartford, after clearing waivers, he would cost the Rangers $500,000 against the cap.