The Red Wings are signing Bobby Ryan to a one-year deal worth $1.0M.
Ryan was bought out after a tough season in Ottawa, scoring just five goals with three assists (eight points) in just 24 games. The Red Wings were looking to add a right-shot forward and Ryan at one-year, $1.0M is a low-risk investment and gives Ryan a chance to play in the top-6 and prove he's still got some game left. Ryan could be a player the Red Wings look to flip at the deadline as well.
The Senators have bought out the final two years of Bobby Ryan's contract.
Ryan had two-years left on a seven-year deal that carried a $7.25M AAV cap-hit. The buyout will cost Ottawa just over $3.5M over the next two seasons and $1.83M in 2023 and 2024. Ryan had just five goals with three assists (eight points) in 24 games this past season but there is a good chance he will be brought in on a low-cost, incentive driven contract, similar to what Corey Perry got from the Dallas Stars.
Ryan (personal) will not play Monday; expected to be back in the lineup on Tuesday.
Ryan has not played since November 16th but skated on the top line in Monday's morning skate. Despite that, he'll sit out one more game and is expected to be back in the lineup tomorrow vs. the Predators. With J.G. Pageau, Vladislav Namestnikov and Tyler Ennis all traded on Monday, the Senators lineup will be extremely thin in Columbus.
Ryan returned to practice on Wednesday.
Ryan has been away from the team while taking part in the NHL/NHLPA player assistance program but was back at practice on Wednesday. Ryan was a full participant but isn't expected to play on Thursday. Ryan will likely need a couple of practices to get back up to game speed.
Ryan will be away from the Senators while taking part in the NHL/NHLPA player assistance program.
The Senators and the NHLPA did not elaborate any further, so Ryan is out indefinitely until we hear otherwise. It has been a tough season for Ryan, who has had to deal with being regularly scratched but clearly there are things that are more important than hockey.
Ryan is a late addition to the Senators lineup in Carolina.
Source: @TSN1200 11/11/19, 6:35 pm EST
Ryan will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
After playing in the last two games, Ryan will be scratched for the third time in five games on Thursday. Jonathan Davidsson was recalled from Belleville (AHL) and will make his NHL debut in Ryan's spot.
Ryan will be back in the Senators lineup on Monday.
Ryan served as a healthy scratch for the last two games but will play in New York. Ryan's return to the lineup was necessitated by injuries to Logan Brown and Scott Sabourin on Saturday night. He has one goal on 15 shots (6.7 SH%) and three assists in 10 games this season.
Ryan will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Ryan (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Ryan was hit by a Thomas Chabot shot last night and will not be available for tonight’s game in Buffalo. Mikkel Boedker will replace him in the lineup.
Ryan (illness) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. New Jersey.
Ryan (illness) is not expected to play Thursday.
Ryan missed Wednesday’s practice and the Senators coaching staff “highly doubts” that he will play on Thursday. The Senators are expected to ice a thin lineup with Ryan joining Matt Duchene (healthy scratch) in the press box.
Ryan (concussion) will return to the Senators lineup on Friday.
Ryan has missed the last three games with a concussion but will play Friday in Detroit. Ryan has seen his game take a downward turn this season, picking up just 18 points (6G / 12A) in 29 games.
Source: @TSN1200 12/14/18, 12:26 pm EST
Ryan is out indefinitely with a concussion.
Ryan was forced to leave Thursday’s game and GM Pierre Dorion said that he is out with a concussion. There is currently no timetable for Ryan’s return, so expect Max McCormick/Nick Paul to replace him going forward.
Source: @Senators 12/8/18, 11:01 am EST
Ryan (hand) will return to the lineup Thursday against the Lightning.
Ryan will miss 2-3 weeks with ligament damage in his right hand.
Ryan will miss his third straight game tonight vs. the Devils and is expected to miss the next six to nine games as well. Ryan is among a handful of forwards missing tonight so the Senators are going to be very shorthanded vs. the Devils.
Ryan (hand) will miss at least the next two games.
Ryan suffered yet another hand injury on Thursday and will miss both of the Senators games this weekend. Ryan will see a specialist and could be out for longer than just this weekend. Colin White will move up and play in Ryan’s spot.
Source: Steve Lloyd 02/2/18, 3:43 pm EST
Ryan (hand) is expected to play Thursday vs. the Blues.
Ryan missed the Senators final game before their bye week with a hand injury, but was back on the ice for practice yesterday and is expected to play tonight. Ryan has one goal and three assists in his last six games and has totalled 17 points (5G / 12A) in 32 games this season.
Ryan (hand) will not play Wednesday and could be out longer.
Ryan left Tuesday’s game early and did not return. Head coach Guy Boucher said postgame that Ryan did not travel to Toronto so he’ll come out of the lineup tonight. The Senators have recalled Filip Chlapik from Belleville (AHL) and he will likely take his spot in the lineup.
Ryan (finger) will be back in the Senators lineup on Wednesday.
Ryan missed the Senators last game before the Christmas break but will be back in tonight in Boston. Ryan has three goals and one assist in his last four games as he continues to get back on track after a sluggish start to 2017-18.