9:41 PM EDT, Fri July 03, 2015

McDonagh says he won’t need surgery

Speaking to some media members tonight in Manhattan as he received an award at the Burke Rehabilitation Center’s centennial dinner, Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh said would not need surgery on his broken right foot. McDonagh is still in walking boot after playing the rest of the postseason in pain after hurting his right foot in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Final against the Lightning. The Lightning defeated the Rangers in seven games, then lost to the Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Final, dropping the decisive Game 6,  2-0, Monday night in Chicago. McDonagh told the media he should...
New York Post Jun 16, 2015

Ryan McDonagh avoids surgery, but Stanley Cup agony lingers

Ryan McDonagh could only smile and run his hand through his hair. “Yeah, you wish that was you,” he said. “It’s tough to see. It’s tough to watch.” It was...
New York Daily News Jun 16, 2015
Ryan McDonagh won't need surgery on broken right foot

Ryan McDonagh won't need surgery on broken right foot

Ryan McDonagh doesn't need surgery on his broken right foot, but the pain of falling short of the Stanley Cup this spring is still fresh.

Burke Rehabilitation Hospital honors Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh

Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh is among the honorees at the Centennial Burke Award reception Tuesday at the Pierre hotel in Manhattan. McDonagh will be honored along with stroke survivor Brad Berman and his wife, Jessica, who have raised more than $600,000 for Burke Rehabilitation Hospital’s Lower Limb Robotics Program through their organization Run4Brad; and Not [...] The post Burke Rehabilitation Hospital honors Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh appeared first on Rangers Report.

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