NEW YORK (AP) -The Rangers are adding some offensive punch by agreeing to terms with free agent forward Alexander Frolov.
The 28-year-old winger is joining New York on Tuesday after spending his first seven NHL seasons with the Los Angeles Kings. Frolov has scored over 20 goals five times - including two 30-goal seasons - but is coming off a disappointing one in which he had only 19 goals and 32 assists in 81 games.
Terms weren't immediately available. Frolov earned $4 million last season when he scored his fewest goals since scoring 14 in his rookie season of 2002-03.
In 536 regular-season NHL games, Frolov - who can play on either wing - has 168 goals and 381 points. He is expected to play alongside Marian Gaborik, the Rangers' top offensive threat.