Antti Raanta has had his day with the Cup, and now, that's officially it for his time as a Chicago Blackhawk (barring being able to join the team on a White House visit, I suppose, but that'll be mid-season, and kind of awkward).
It's not a bad way to go out. Sure, he was third string, but he did play 39 games for the Blackhawks over the past two seasons. This past season, he posted an all-important .936 SV% when with Chicago, helping the team to seven wins before turning the backup position over to local boy Scott Darling.
And so, this is it. Raanta is off to the Rangers now, but not without one final moment of glory with the Blackhawks. That signed jersey will, at the least, be an excellent souvenir for him.