Jarret Stoll, Anton Khudobin hit waiver wire

Anton Khudobin was under siege as the Anaheim Ducks were trying to kill a 5-on-3 when a bad rebound forced the goalie to make a great recovery save with his glove.

A pair of off-season additions were placed on waivers Monday by their new NHL clubs.

The New York Rangers waived depth forward Jarret Stoll, who signed a one-year, $800,000 contract with the team in August.

The 33-year-old Saskatchewan native won two Stanley Cups with the Los Angeles Kings but has struggled to produce in New York, posting one goal, two assists and 20 penalty minutes in 29 games. Stoll’s 13:46 of ice time per night places him ninth among Rangers forwards.

Out west, the Anaheim Ducks waived 29-year-old Anton Khudobin, who has dropped to third on the team’s goaltending depth chart.

Khudobin, 29, was acquired in June from the Carolina Hurricanes in exchange for defenceman James Wisniewski to add stability in the crease. Making $2.5 million this season, he is the highest-paid Ducks goalie.

The solid play of John Gibson (4-3-1, .934 save percentage) has made Khudobin expendable right now.

Khudobin has a 3-3-0 record and a .908 save percentage for the Ducks.

Both Stoll and Khudobin are set to become free agents on July 1.

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