Wolski has no goals and three assists in nine games for the Rangers this season.
Although recently called back up to the Rangers after a two-week AHL conditioning stint with the Connecticut Whale, Wolski has remained a healthy scratch.
Wolski suffered a sports hernia injury early in the season and although he was able to play as early as December, he was kept out of the lineup on a consistent basis.
The Rangers acquired Wolski from the Phoenix Coyotes in early January of 2011 in a trade for former Rangers defenseman Michal Rozsival—a player many Rangers fans thought general manager Glen Sather could never dump thanks to his four-year, $20 million contract.
With Wolski off the Rangers' roster, $3.5 million has been cleared off the salary cap space.