Mika Zibanejad News
New York Rangers
Zibanejad (concussion) will miss the next two games; won’t have a full practice until Monday.
Zibanejad remains sidelined with a concussion and will miss his ninth and 10th straight game this weekend. He could practice on Monday so monitor his status heading into next week.
Zibanejad (concussion) skated on Monday but has not been cleared for contact.
Zibanejad was on the ice for the Rangers morning skate but will miss his sixth straight game tonight. Zibanejad has not been cleared for contact and head coach Alain Vigneault said he will need at least one practice before getting back in the lineup.
Zibanejad is out indefinitely with a concussion that he suffered vs. Detroit.
The Rangers have signed Mika Zibanejad to a five-year extension worth $26.75M ($5.35M AAV).
Rangers hopeful Zibanejad (hand) will play on Thursday.
Zibanejad was a late scratch from last night’s game due to a hand injury, but the Rangers are hopeful that he will be able to play on Thursday. Monitor his status during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Zibanejad (fibula) will return to the Rangers lineup on Tuesday.
Zibanejad missed the last 26 games with a broken fibula, but will be back in the lineup on Tuesday. Zibanejad centred the second line with Pavel Buchnevich and Rick Nash on his wings and enters Tuesday with five goals and 10 assists (15 points) in 19 games.
Zibanejad will miss 6-8 weeks with a broken fibula.
Zibanejad broke his fibula after sliding awkwardly into the boards during the Rangers’ shootout loss to the Panthers on Sunday. Zibanejad has enjoyed a great start to his Rangers career, having collected 15 points (5G / 10A) in 19 games, but that will be put on hold for at least six weeks. Expect Kevin Hayes to take on a bigger role in the Rangers’ offence with Zibanejad out.
The Rangers acquired Mika Zibanejad and a 2018 second-round pick from the Senators for Derick Brassard and a 2018 seventh-round pick.
Zibanejad (illness) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Zibanejad missed Monday’s practice and Tuesday’s morning skate with an illness and is listed as a game-time decision. If Zibanejad can’t play, Nick Paul, who was recalled from Binghamton (AHL) this morning would make his NHL debut.
Zibanejad (head) will not play on Thursday.
Zibanejad suffered a head injury on Tuesday and will be held out of the lineup on Thursday. With Zibanejad and Milan Michalek out, the Senators will be forced to go with six defensemen. Jean-Gabriel Pageau and Shane Prince will play in the top-6.
Zibanejad (upper-body) is doubtful for Thursday.
Zibanejad left Tuesday’s game with an apparent head injury after taking a hit to the head by Flyers’ defenseman Radko Gudas. Zibanejad was reportedly feeling better on Wednesday, but remains doubtful for Thursday’s game.
The Senators signed Mika Zibanejad to a two-year contract worth $5.3M.
Zibanejad, 22, had the best season of his career in 2014-15. The former 6th overall pick tallied his first ever 20-goal season to go along with 26 assists (46 points) in 80 games for the Senators. It was another step in the right direction for Zibanejad, who will be in the Sens’ top-6 for at least the next two seasons.