The Panthers signed Brian Boyle to a one-year, one-way contract.
Boyle has bounced around the NHL in recent years, playing for the Lightning, Maple Leafs, Devils and Rangers in the last three seasons. Boyle split last year between New Jersey and Nashville and finished the season with 18 goals and six assists (24 points) in 73 games. With Henrik Borgstrom going back to the AHL, Boyle figures to play a bottom-6 role with his new squad.
Boyle (appendix) is on the ice for warmups for Game 5.
Boyle has been out since Game 1 after having a procedure on his appendix but will replace Miika Salomaki in the lineup for Game 5. Boyle had an assist in 14:45 TOI n his only appearance in this series.
Boyle is week-to-week after undergoing an appendix procedure.
Boyle missed Game 2 with what was described as an "illness" but the Predators announced on Monday that he will miss a few weeks after undergoing an appendix procedure. Rocco Grimaldi is expected to remain in the lineup for Game 3 and beyond while Boyle is out.
Source: @PredsNHL 04/15/19, 2:10 pm EST
Boyle (illness) will not play in Game 2.
Boyle (lower-body) is expected to play Tuesday.
Boyle missed Sunday in Minnesota but rotated on the fourth line in Tuesday’s morning skate and should play tonight vs. the Wild. Boyle has two goals in 12 games since joining the Predators via trade.
The Predators have acquired Brian Boyle from the Devils for a 2019 second-round pick.
After Austin Watson was suspended indefinitely, the Predators were in search of some bottom-6 help and they found it in Boyle. Boyle doesn’t have a lot of flair to his game but he’s a reliable two-way centre who can be a net-front asset on the power-play. Boyle has already set a career-high in power-play goals (6) and points (8), giving him a total of 13 goals and 19 points in 47 games this season.
The Devils have activated Brian Boyle (upper-body) from IR.
Boyle has missed the last five games with an upper-body injury, but is set to return to the lineup on Friday. Boyle has been a force on the Devils power-play this season, scoring four PP goals with two even-strength goals in 15 games.
The Devils have placed Brian Boyle (upper-body) on IR.
Boyle was forced to leave Sunday’s game in Winnipeg following a big collision with Dustin Byuflien. Pavel Zacha was recalled to replace Boyle on the Devils active roster.
Source: @NJDevils 11/13/18, 10:31 am EST
Boyle will return to the Devils' lineup on Sunday after missing the last three games.
Brian Boyle is unlikely to play Saturday against the Lightning. He is questionable to play Sunday in Carolina.
Boyle was forced to leave last Sunday’s game vs. the Bruins and is day-to-day with a right shoulder ailment. He participated in a full practice with the Devils on Saturday.
Boyle (shoulder) will not play Thursday vs. Carolina.
Boyle was forced to leave Sunday’s game vs. the Bruins and is day-to-day with a right shoulder ailment. He skated on his own Thursday but did not join the Devils for their morning skate.
Boyle is day-to-day with a right shoulder injury; won’t play Tuesday.
Boyle was forced to leave Sunday’s game vs. the Bruins and is day-to-day with a right shoulder ailment. Nick Lappin has been recalled from Binghamton (AHL) and is expected to replace Boyle on Tuesday.
Boyle left Sunday’s game with an undisclosed injury and did not return.
Head coach John Hynes did not have an update on Boyle’s status postgame, so the fourth line centre should be considered questionable for Tuesday’s game in Philadelphia. Monitor Boyle’s status over the next 24 hours.
Boyle (undisclosed) will play Wednesday vs. the Red Wings.
Boyle departed Saturday’s game early but will play tonight vs. the Red Wings. Boyle has been one of feel good stories of the 2017-18 season and comes into Wednesday’s game red-hot having recorded six goals and four assists (10 points) in his last eight games.
Boyle (illness) is expected to make his Devils debut on Wednesday.
Boyle was diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukaemia in September and it looks like he is ready to make his Devils and season debut tonight in Vancouver. Boyle is expected to centre the Devils’ fourth line with Miles Wood and Blake Coleman on his wings.
Source: Dan Murphy 11/1/17, 9:57 am EST
The Devils have signed Brian Boyle to a two-year deal worth $5.1M ($2.55M AAV).
Boyle was with the Lightning since the 2015 season before being dealt to the Maple Leafs at last year’s deadline. Boyle finished the campaign with 13 goals and 12 assists (25 points) in a combined 75 games, but just three assists in 21 games in Toronto. Boyle is a solid bottom-6 forward that is solid on the face-off dot, winning over 50 percent for his career.
Boyle (upper-body) will be in the lineup on Thursday.
The Maple Leafs have acquired Brian Boyle from the Lightning for Byron Froese and a 2017 2nd round pick.
Boyle is a monster at 6-foot-7, 244 lbs. and is a versatile forward that can play either centre or the wing. Boyle is expected to solidify the Maple Leafs’ bottom-6 and brings 100 games of playoff experience to an inexperienced team. Boyle had 13 goals and nine assists (22 points) in 54 games with the Lightning this season.
Source: @LeafsPR 02/28/17, 5:34 am EST
Boyle (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Boyle has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury, but could return to the lineup on Thursday. Boyle enters the Sabres game with 10 goals and three assists (13 points) in 36 games.
Source: Joe Smith 01/12/17, 6:09 am EST
Boyle (lower-body) is expected to return to the lineup on Thursday.
Boyle has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury, but was on the ice for Tuesday’s practice and is hopeful that he can play on Thursday. To be sure, monitor the big forwards status leading up to Thursday.
Source: Joe Smith 01/10/17, 9:02 am EST