Raddysh inked a one-year, two-way deal with the Rangers on Friday. Raddysh joined the team in the bubble for the playoffs but still has yet to make his NHL debut. In 62 games for AHL Hartford last year, the 24-year-old blueliner garnered six goals and 22 assists. Heading into the 2020-21 campaign, Raddysh should at least compete for a spot on the 23-man roster but will also likely spend some time in the minors.
Raddysh will be with the Rangers for Phase 3 training camp, per Larry Brooks of The New York Post. It will no doubt take an injury or two for Raddysh to see the ice in a postseason contest, as it would mark the 24-year-old blueliner's NHL debut. Undrafted out of the OHL, Raddysh has spent the past three seasons in the AHL with Rockford and Hartford. He'll likely struggle to secure a spot on next year's 23-man roster.
Raddysh was traded to the Rangers by the Blackhawks in exchange for Peter Holland on Monday. Raddysh has yet to appear in an NHL game but does have 48 points in 120 games with AHL Rockford over the past two seasons. Now a member of the Rangers, Raddysh will likely report to AHL Hartford, though given the injuries to several New York defensemen, the 22-year-old may not have to wait very long for a taste of NHL action.