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New York Post Nov 13, 2014
Dan Boyle return not enough as Rangers fall in shootout

Dan Boyle return not enough as Rangers fall in shootout

So Dan Boyle returned to the lineup, and it turns out his presence didn’t transform the Rangers into some rolling powerhouse. At least not on Thursday night at the Garden,...

Rangers-Avalanche: Morning skate report

The only lineup change tonight for the Rangers coming off Tuesday’s 5-0 win over the Penguins will be the return of defenseman Dan Boyle, who sustained a broken right hand blocking Jori Lehtera’s shot in the season opener, Oct. 9 at St. Louis. Michael Kostka will be the healthy scratch after playing the previous six games. Boyle will be paired with Marc Staal and also return to quarterback the first power play unit. “I said when I signed here, I don’t want to come out here and just fill through it,” Boyle said. “I want to come out here and make a difference. “I was certainly...

Dan Boyle set to make his home Rangers debut vs. Avalanche Thursday

My story from lohud.com: By Rick Carpiniello GREENBURGH – A week ago, the Rangers had just two of their top six defensemen healthy. On Thursday, when they take on Colorado at the Garden, they should have five. Dan Boyle, the free-agent defenseman and power-play quarterback who played just two periods... Read More → The post Dan Boyle set to make his home Rangers debut vs. Avalanche Thursday appeared first on Rangers Report.
New York Daily News Nov 13, 2014
Rangers to get defenseman Dan Boyle back

Rangers to get defenseman Dan Boyle back

Defenseman Dan Boyle — same last name, same number, different position than ex-Ranger Brian Boyle, who signed a free-agent deal with Tampa Bay over the summer — is expected to make his Garden debut on Thursday night against the Colorado Avalanche after missing 14 of the Blueshirts’ first 15 games with a broken right hand.
Newsday Nov 12, 2014

Rangers expect Dan Boyle to return to lineup Thursday night

By Friday, 20 percent of the NHL season will be gone.

Vigneault expects Boyle to play vs. Avs

By all indications at today’s noon practice, Dan Boyle will be back in the Rangers’ lineup Thursday night when they host the Avalanche for the first time since breaking his right hand blocking a shot in the season opener at St. Louis on Oct. 9. Boyle was paired with Marc Staal during practice - solid indication No. 1 he will be in the lineup - and then practiced with the first power play unit - solid indication No. 2. Indication No. 3 came from coach Alain Vigneault’s comments. “I think he’s going to play,” Vigneault said.  “I had a brief conversation with him this morning...

Boyle knows he’ll have to play through pain

Tonight’s game marks the return of defenseman John Moore to the Rangers’ lineup after serving a five-game suspension for his head shot to the Wild’s Erik Haula on Oct. 27. Could Thursday night’s home game against the Avalanche mark Dan Boyle’s return for the first time since he broke his right hand blocking a shot in the season opener at St. Louis on Oct. 9? Boyle said he still feels pain and the strength in his hand “is not where I want it to be. I think that’s going to take time.” Boyle said he would be re-examined by a team doctor later today and Wednesday’s practice...
BOYLE MENDING, KABERLE AND MUELLER NOTES FROM FRIDAY

BOYLE MENDING, KABERLE AND MUELLER NOTES FROM FRIDAY

The best news out of the Rangers locker room on Friday was confirmation of Derek Stepan's return, but Dan Boyle provided a positive update as well.

Dan Boyle Photos

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