3 free agents the Vegas Golden Knights can steal from the Metropolitan Division

Jake Guentzel isn't going to be on this list. However, that doesn't mean the Vegas Golden Knights can't find some gold in the Metropolitan Division.
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Jack Roslovic, C, New York Rangers

There are numerous benefits to signing Jack Roslovic. For one, he's only 27 years old. The center would be perfect for Kelly McCrimmon, specifically if he was trying to get the Vegas Golden Knights younger. He would also be a cheap signing, with the forward potentially maxing out at $2 million AAV.

The New York Rangers center also has the pieces to become a good offensive weapon. He's fast, using his quickness and acceleration to speed down the ice. He can also drive the play, making him a nice depth piece for a team like Vegas. The Columbus native also has a knack for distributing the puck, as made evident by his 22 assists this season.

But Roslovic is seen as more of a project, with his inability to piece it together apparent. Inconsistency is a problem with his game, for he can good on some nights and terrible on others. If the center can put his game together, he can becoming a nice player on the lower lines and a potential steal.