Which offseason moves have worked out best (so far)

Updated: November 8, 2007, 2:47 PM ET
By David Amber | Special to ESPN.com

Just hours after the offseason shopping spree began on July 1, the New York Rangers dished out more than $86 million to sign free agents Chris Drury and Scott Gomez.

Adding two skilled, gritty leaders like Gomez and Drury had many hockey pundits, myself included, choosing the Rangers to make it to the Stanley Cup finals. Of course, that was then and this is now.

One month into the season, the Rangers are hovering around .500 and dead last in goals scored (26). So far, those moves haven't ...

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