Ray Whitney News
Ray Whitney has announced his retirement from the NHL.
Whitney, 42, was originally drafted 23rd overall by the Sharks in 1991. He played 22 years with the Sharks, Oilers, Panthers, Blue Jackets, Red Wings, Hurricanes, Coyotes and Stars. He scored 385 goals and 679 assists (1064) in 1330 career NHL games. He had 53 career playoff points (21G / 32A) and won a Stanley Cup with Carolina in 2006.
Whitney will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Whitney will take a seat and Erik Cole will slide into the lineup. Whitney had no points and a minus-1 rating in the first five games of the series.
Whitney (undisclosed) is out on Saturday.
Whitney only played 45 seconds in Thursday's loss to the Hurricanes. The Stars will need to recall a forward to replace Whitney in Saturday's lineup.
Whitney (illness) will be a game-time decision Friday.
Whitney missed Thursday's practice, but was on the ice this morning and has been upgraded to a game-time decision. He will take part in warmups before deciding if he is healthy enough to go.
Whitney (undisclosed) is questionable for Saturday vs. Minnesota.
There is no word on what kind of injury is ailing the veteran forward, but monitor his status during the Stars morning skate on Saturday. He has 18 points (5G / 13A) in 40 games this season.
Stars forward Ray Whitney didn’t skate this morning and will be a game-time decision for tonight’s tilt against the Los Angeles Kings.
“Not feeling well, so we’ll see what tonight brings for him,” said Stars coach Lindy Ruff. If Whitney can’t go, the Stars have Dustin Jeffrey available. Jeffrey, who has been a healthy scratch the last eight game, last played December 12 at Nashville.
As expected Ray Whitney has officially been activated from injured reserve and will be in the lineup tonight.
Whitney missed the last five games with a groin injury, but will be in the lineup tonight vs. Anaheim. The 41-year-old veteran has one goal and seven assists in 17 games.
Whitney (groin) will return tomorrow.
Whitney has missed the last five games but will dress on the second line with Cody Eakin and Alex Chiasson tomorrow. The 41-year-old has one goal and eight assists in 17 games.
Whitney (groin) is questionable for tonight.
Whitney has missed the last four games and has not been activated from IR yet. He would be activated before the game if he is healthy enough to play, but monitor his status following the Stars morning skate.
Ray Whitney (groin) has been skating, but is not expected to play tonight.
Whitney did not skate on a line in the morning skate, so he is very likely out tonight. He will miss his fourth straight game after being injured on October 9. He remains on IR.
Ray Whitney will be a game day decision for Thursday's game vs. Rangers.
Whitney has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury that he suffered on November 9. He is on IR retroactive to the 9th, which means he is eligible to return when he is healthy. The 41-year-old veteran has one goal and seven assists in 17 games this season. Monitor his status following Thursday's gameday skate.
The Dallas Stars announced today that the club has placed forward Ray Whitney on injured reserve, retroactive to Nov. 9 when he suffered a lower-body injury against the Chicago Blackhawks.
The move means Whitney will miss the next two games, but can return on Sunday against the Canucks. The club has also recalled forward Travis Morin from the Texas Stars (AHL).
Ray Whitney suffered an upper body injury Wednesday, but he took a quick twirl on Thursday morning and is listed as a game-time decision.
Check back closer to gametime for an update on Whitney's status.
Whitney in tonight. Morrow out. Jamie Benn unlikely.
Whitney hasn't played since February 1st because of a broken foot, he had two goals and four assists in eight games before getting hurt. He will likely play on a line with fellow veterans Derek Roy and Erik Cole.
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