The New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings may be engaged in in-depth trade negotiations, as the Rangers have been scouting the Kings organization quite significantly.
The Rangers have had scouts attend several of the Kings' recent games at both the NHL and AHL levels, adding fuel to the speculation that the two teams are talking.
It's unclear as to what type of deal the two teams may be discussing, as both are playoff contending teams.
The Rangers have been in the market for a depth forward and a defenseman to add to their roster, while the Kings seek a top-line left wing, a bottom-six forward and a second-pair defenseman.
Meanwhile, the New York Post suggests the Rangers should target Vancouver Canucks winger Alexandre Burrows.
Burrows is in the final year of his contract and can become an unrestricted free agent July 1. He would, of course, have to waive his no-trade clause in order to be moved to any team.