The Bruins have signed Brett Ritchie to a one-year deal worth $1.0M.
Ritchie will be back in the Stars lineup on Thursday.
Ritchie has been a healthy scratch for the last four games but will replace Valeri Nichushkin (upper-body) on Thursday. Ritchie has just four points (2G / 2A) in 24 games this season.
Ritchie will draw back into the Stars lineup on Monday.
Ritchie has been a healthy scratch for the last five games, but he will replace Blake Comeau (personal) in the lineup on Monday. It has been a tough season for the former first-round pick, who has collected a single assist in 14 games.
Ritchie will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Ritchie will be a healthy scratch on Sunday as the Stars go with seven defensemen.
Ritchie (infection) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Ritchie has missed the last four games with an infection, but could be back in the lineup vs. the Blue Jackets. Ritchie has just one assist in 11 games this season and will return in a fourth-line capacity (replacing Gemel Smith) if he ends up playing.
Ritchie (illness) remains day-to-day, will not play on Tuesday.
Source: Mike Heika 11/6/18, 6:21 pm EST
Ritchie (illness) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play Monday.
Ritchie was listed as a game-time decision, but will not play in Boston. Ritchie will be replaced by Justin Dowling.
Source: Mike Heika 11/5/18, 6:44 pm EST
Ritchie (illness) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Ritchie missed Monday’s morning skate and is questionable to play in Boston. If Ritchie can’t play, expect Justin Dowling to draw back into the Stars lineup.
Ritchie (undisclosed) will not play vs. the Red Wings on Sunday.
Source: Mike Heika 10/28/18, 3:29 pm EST
Ritchie will draw back into the Stars lineup on Friday.
Ritchie will miss Tuesday’s game with lower-body injury.
Ritchie won’t play for the second time in three games as he will come out of tonight’s lineup in Washington. With Jason Spezza also injured, Dillon Heatherington is expected to draw in as a seventh defenseman tonight.
Ritchie is not expected to be in the Stars lineup on Friday.
Ritchie will draw back into the Stars lineup on Saturday afternoon.
Ritchie has sat for the last two games, but will play today vs. the Oilers. Ritchie has had a slow start to the season, picking up one goal and one assist in 14 games this season, averaging 11:44 TOI/GM. There’s no word on who Ritchie will replace in the Stars lineup.
Ritchie (upper-body) will return to the Stars lineup on Friday.
Ritchie has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury but will be back in tonight vs. the Islanders. Ritchie has had a slow start to the year, collecting one goal and one assist in 12 games.
Ritchie will miss 5-7 days with an upper-body injury.
Ritchie was already ruled out of Saturday’s game but general manager Jim Nill announced that he will likely be out for one more week, which will cost him three more games.
Ritchie (upper-body) will miss the next two games; not expected to miss an extended period of time.
Ritchie will miss his seconds straight game with an upper-body injury that he suffered din Vancouver on Monday. The soonest that Ritchie can return is Monday vs. the Jets. The power forward has not performed as the Stars had hoped he would, collecting just two points (1G / 1A) in 12 games this season.
Ritchie (upper-body) has returned to Dallas; will not play Thursday in Winnipeg.
Ritchie, who has recorded just one goal and one assist in 12 games so far this season, will miss tonight’s contest in Winnipeg which leaves him as questionable at best for Saturday’s home game vs. the Sabres.
Source: Mike Heika 11/4/17, 5:22 am EST
The Stars re-signed Brett Ritchie to a two-year deal worth $3.5M ($1.75M AAV).
The Stars have signed Brett Ritchie to a one-year contract extension.
Ritchie, 22, had one assist in eight games with the Stars and 28 points (14G / 14A) in 35 games with Texas (AHL). He also appeared in two playoff games with Dallas, but failed to record a point.