Although the New York Rangers already traded for high profile right winger Vladimir Tarasenko, the team is reportedly still working hard to add Chicago Blackhawks’ superstar Patrick Kane ahead of the postseason.

The Rangers sat both Vitali Kravstov and Jake Leschyshyn against the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday night for “roster management reasons,” meaning they are working to stay under the NHL Salary Cap so they could potentially accommodate Kane’s $10.5 million cap hit, according to the New York Post.

The Hawks star has been on a tear as of late, compiling ten points in his last four games, including a hat trick against the Toronto Maple Leafs this week.

Kane was visibly disappointed after Tarasenko went to the Rangers, and it seems more and more clear that New York might be the only team, if not one of two or three squads that he will be willing to waive his no-move clause to be dealt to.