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Nov 19, 2014
Rotoworld
Ryan McDonagh (shoulder) skated on his own again Wednesday.
Newsday Nov 19, 2014

Ryan McDonagh on target to return to Rangers in two weeks

In his first comments since he was sidelined with a separated shoulder on Nov. 1, Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh said this morning that he was on target to return in two weeks.
Blueshirt Banter Nov 3, 2014
Thrown Into The Fire, This Might Be Dylan McIlrath's Last Shot

Thrown Into The Fire, This Might Be Dylan McIlrath's Last Shot

Dylan McIlrath is finally getting the chance to prove he belongs. Saturday night's game almost had a comedic feel to it after Ryan McDonagh went down with an injury. It was almost as though the Hockey Gods looked down on the Rangers fanbase and said, "want to play a little game?" Tonight the Rangers take on the Blues without four of the six defensemen who started on opening night. Let's take a look at the damage, shall we? McDonagh (shoulder separation) is out 3-4 weeks. Dan Boyle (broken hand) could be back in 1-2 weeks. John Moore (suspended for five games) will be eligible for a return...
Blueshirt Banter Nov 2, 2014

New York Rangers News: Conor Allen and Dylan McIlrath Recalled From Hartford

The New York Rangers have recalled Conor Allen and Dylan McIlrath from the Hartford Wolfpack, as Ryan McDonagh and Kevin Klein remained sidelined. According to an official team release, the New York Rangers have officially recalled Conor Allen and Dylan McIlrath from the Hartford Wolfpack of the American Hockey League. With the recent string of injuries to Ryan McDonagh and Kevin Klein, the Rangers were in need of several defensemen to step into the lineup as soon as tomorrow night. Both McIlrath and Allen have had strong performances as of late with the Wolfpack, so it's no surprise that...

McDonagh out three-to-four weeks, Klein out vs. Blues and will be evaluated further; Malone on waivers; Talbot starting in goal

Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh (separated shoulder) is out three-to-four weeks, according to coach Alain Vigneault, and defenseman Kevin Klein (foot contusion) is on crutches, so the Rangers will be calling up two defensemen from the AHL for Monday night’s game against the St. Louis Blues at the Garden.
Blueshirt Banter Nov 2, 2014

New York Rangers News: Ryan McDonagh to miss 3-4 weeks, no timetable yet for Kevin Klein; Stepan out tomorrow

Alain Vigneault addressed the media on Sunday, and provided updates on Ryan McDonagh, Kevin Klein, and Derek Stepan. Late last season, Ryan McDonagh was crunched by Alexandre Burrows in a regular season a game, a hit that separated McDonagh's left shoulder, and caused him to miss the end of the season and beginning of the playoffs. On Saturday night against the Jets, McDonagh re-injured the same shoulder, again separating it after a big hit from Evander Kane. And on Sunday, Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault provided an update on the Blueshirts' captain. Vigneault says 3-4 weeks for...

McDonagh out 3-4 weeks, Klein out tomorrow at least, Stepan still out, Talbot to start, Boyle update

A very newsy Sunday for the Rangers, a team with some issues among its defense corps. An optional practice today with both Derek Stepan (fractured left fibula) and Dan Boyle (broken right hand) participating in yellow non-contact jerseys. The Rangers continue their four-game homestand against the Blues Monday night, which is the first game Stepan is eligible to be activated from long-term injured reserve. However, he will not play. Here’s the bullet point news of the day: - D Ryan McDonagh, who separated his left shoulder on a check by the Jets’ Evander Kane in Saturday night’s 1-0...
Blueshirt Banter Nov 2, 2014

New York Rangers rumors: Blueshirts eying Carolina defenseman Andrej Sekera?

With the Rangers blue line even more depleted after Saturday night, the Rangers are reportedly looking at a Hurricanes defenseman. The situation on the Rangers blue line went from perhaps dire to tire-fire last night in the course of half a period of hockey. Already down two regulars in Dan Boyle and John Moore, New York lost another third of its defensive corps Saturday night when Kevin Klein suffered a foot contusion after blocking a shot, and Ryan McDonagh separated his left shoulder after an Evander Kane check. Even with McDonagh and Klein in, there will still some questions regarding...

Rangers-Jets in review

Click here for my story on last night’s game, from lohud.com. Click here for a photo gallery on the game. Thoughts: 1) Holy Shishkebob. Ryan McDonagh hurt the same shoulder that sidelined him for the end of the regular season last year. Now what? They were already playing the seventh... Read More → The post Rangers-Jets in review appeared first on Rangers Report.
Blueshirt Banter Nov 1, 2014

Rangers Vs. Jets Recap: Rangers Fall To Jets 1-0 In The Shootout

Down two defensemen for the final two periods, the New York Rangers were defeated by the Winnipeg Jets 1-0 in the shootout. The New York Rangers were defeated 1-0 tonight by the Winnipeg Jets, but their biggest loss came early on in the first period. First it was Kevin Klein who left the game after blocking a shot, then it was Ryan McDonagh who had to be helped off the ice after slamming shoulder-first into the boards. It was noted during the broadcast that McDonagh had a separated shoulder, while Klein walked away on the lucky side with a minor foot contusion. McDonagh wound up injuring...
New York Daily News Nov 1, 2014
Rangers lose captain Ryan McDonagh, then game to Winnipeg Jets

Rangers lose captain Ryan McDonagh, then game to Winnipeg Jets

Survive and advance is supposed to be a playoff mantra, but the Rangers now have to adopt that desperation only 10 games into their regular season due to Saturday's crushing blow.

Rangers lose Ryan McDonagh to separated shoulder, Kevin Klein to foot contusion in first period against Winnipeg Jets

The Rangers endured two significant injuries in Saturday night’s first period against Winnipeg, including a potentially crushing blow: Captain Ryan McDonagh suffered a separated shoulder, and fellow defenseman Kevin Klein went down with a foot contusion.
New York Daily News Oct 28, 2014
Rangers comeback win can't hide struggles of Ryan McDonagh

Rangers comeback win can't hide struggles of Ryan McDonagh

The NHL’s offer of an in-person disciplinary hearing to defenseman John Moore drove the league-wide conversation on the Rangers Tuesday morning, since it meant Moore could be suspended more than five games for Monday’s headshot on Minnesota Wild forward Erik Haula.

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