The Rangers have had a busy day of retaining their own.
The club announced the two-year deal on Thursday night, with Larry Brooks of the New York Post reporting that the contract is worth between $4.8-$4.9 million per year.
The 24-year-old defender was set to have his arbitration hearing on Oct. 20, but he and the Rangers avoided that by agreeing to this new deal.
In 68 games with the Blueshirts last season, DeAngelo netted 15 goals with 38 assists, carving out a plus-12 rating with 47 penalty minutes. He became the first Rangers defensemen since Brian Leetch in 2001-02 to record a 50-point season.
Acquired by New York in June 2017 via a trade with the Arizona Coyotes, DeAngelo has totaled 19 goals with 72 assists in 161 games with the team.