The New York Rangers are giving all-world starter Henrik Lundqvist a little support in the form of one-time starter Martin Biron, whom they signed to a two-year deal with the team for about 900K per season (according to Darren Dreger and other sources).
Biron did not play very well for the New York Islanders last season (89.6% save percentage, 9-14-6 record) but he did hit the 30-win mark twice in his career and has some limited starter experience.
Lundqvist started an excessive 73 games in 09-10, so having a solid backup will be crucial for the Swedish star. Perhaps they could allow King Henrik to go down to a more manageable 60-65 stars while Biron can help the team keep its head above water even when Lundqvist is taking a breather.
This is a solid move by the Rangers, especially since Biron comes in at such a cap-friendly price.