08:21 AM ET 12.12 | In terms of player health, the lockout isn't all bad on Broadway. If the NHL opens its season in January, the Rangers' previously ailing big guns will be healthy and ready to rock. Marian Gaborik (offseason shoulder surgery), Rick Nash (aggravated groin) and Carl Hagelin (shoulder) all would be available for an early-January training camp and start to the season, the Daily News has learned. Nash (HC Davos, Switzerland) and Hagelin (Sodertalje SK, Sweden) sustained injuries while playing in Europe during the lockout but have returned to the United States to rehabilitate. Hagelin has been back since early November. Nash returned late last week. ... [Gaborik] had surgery for a torn labrum on June 6 but has had more time than anticipated to heal.