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- John Moore (D) New York Rangers

John Moore returned to action on Thursday April 3.

Concussion symptoms subsiding, John Moore skates

This morning was another positive step in John Moore’s apparent rapid recovery from the concussion symptoms he suffered on a hit from the Blue Jackets’ Blake Comeau on Friday night. Moore skated this morning for the first time since the hit and was upbeat about his recovery after coming off the ice. The plan is for Moore to accompany the Rangers on their upcoming four-game road trip.  The team charter leaves for Calgary on Thursday. Still, Moore said there was no timetable for his eventual return. Tonight will mark the third straight game the defenseman has missed. “I feel a lot...
Newsday Mar 22, 2014

Rangers defenseman John Moore out with concussion symptoms

The Rangers' defense will be a little thinner while John Moore is sidelined with concussion symptoms.

Diaz in for concussed John Moore, Carcillo in for Dorsett but Rangers lineup still not set

First, the news that’s been expected ever since John Moore could not return to Friday night’s 3-1 win at Columbus after having his head knocked into the boards in the first period by Blake Comeau: the defenseman is out with concussion symptoms. So Raphael Diaz will make his Rangers’ debut 17 days after being acquired from the Canucks for a fifth-round pick at the trade deadline. Meanwhile, Dan Carcillo goes back in the lineup for Derek Dorsett, who played an effective 10:49 against the Blue Jackets - just his fourth game in an 11-game span since returning from a broken left fibula -...

Diaz expected in for injured Moore tonight

There will be no official word from the Rangers until coach Alain Vigneault addresses the media later this afternoon prior to tonight’s game against the Devils at Prudential Center, but offensive-minded defenseman Raphael Diaz is expected to/will make his Rangers’  debut for John Moore. The Devils certainly believe Diaz is in the lineup.  So does Diaz. Actually, after the sequence in Friday night’s 3-1 win at Columbus, it would be a shocker if Moore was able to play on the third pair. He was plastered into the boards, appearing to hit his head, by the Blue Jackets’ Blake...

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