Brandon Dubinsky, on the other hand, does. Dubi would help fill the hole in the middle still empty after the Mats Sundin
While that is good for Toronto, it would be terrible for the Rangers. Letting Dubi go, even with three draft picks possibly coming back in return, would decimate this team. There isn't much salary cap space to bring in someone else and, let's face it, there aren't many good puck movers on the market right now.
Sather never replaced Scott Gomez, and to lose Dubinsky for nothing (in the short term) would leave us with Chris Drury, Arty Anisimov, Brian Boyle and Tyler Arnason up the middle. That would be fine for a first year expansion franchise, but not for the New York Rangers.