Hagelin (upper-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 4.
Hagelin (upper-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 3.
Hagelin (upper-body) will not travel to Washington and will not play in Game 1.
Hagelin is expected to be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Hagelin has recorded just two points (1G / 1A) in 13 games this season. With Hagelin taking a seat, the Penguins lines are totally shuffled and Josh Archibald will draw into the lineup.
Source: Josh Yohe 11/1/17, 9:44 am EST
Hagelin will miss a minimum of four weeks with a lower-body injury.
Hagelin (concussion) skated in a regular jersey on Thursday.
Hagelin has missed the last four games with a concussion, but ditched his no-contact jersey at Thursday’s morning skate. Despite sporting a regular jersey, Hagelin rotated in with the defensemen and is not expected to play vs. the Jets.
Hagelin is dealing with a concussion and is questionable for Tuesday.
Hagelin was diagnosed with a concussion head coach Mike Sullivan announced on Monday, which leaves his status for Tuesday’s tilt versus the Flames in doubt. Monitor Hamelin’s status after their morning skate.
Source: Sam Wener 02/7/17, 5:18 am EST
Hagelin (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Hagelin has missed the last two games with a concussion, but skated on Thursday and Friday, so he could return tonight in Columbus. Hagelin is listed as a game-time decision, so monitor his status when warmups get underway at 6:30 p.m ET.
Source: @penguins 03/11/16, 9:58 am EST
Hagelin (undisclosed) will miss his second straight game.
The Penguins have not announced what is ailing Hagelin, but he remains day-to-day and will not play tonight in Brooklyn. With Hagelin out, Scott Wilson will once again skate on the Penguins top-line alongside Sidney Crosby and Patric Hornqvist.
Source: Josh Yohe 03/9/16, 6:29 am EST
Hagelin (undisclosed) will not play on Sunday.
Hagelin is reportedly dealing with an injury that he suffered in Saturday’s loss vs. Calgary. With Hagelin out, the Penguins recalled Conor Sheary from Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (AHL). Scott Wilson is expected to play on the top-line.
Source: @penguins 03/7/16, 5:09 am EST
The Penguins have acquired Carl Hagelin from the Ducks for David Perron and Adam Clendening.
Hagelin has three years left on his deal that carries a $4M cap-hit. Hagelin had a tough three and a half months with the Ducks, scoring just four goals with eight assists (12 points) in 43 games. He is a speedy winger with good offensive and defensive zone abilities. He should make his Penguins debut on Sunday vs. the Hurricanes.
The Ducks signed Carl Hagelin to a four-year, $16M contract on Friday.
Hagelin, 26, was traded to the Ducks this summer because the Rangers were up against the salary cap. Hagelin was a restricted free agent who had arbitration rights but opted not to file in a move seen as a sign that the winger and the Ducks were set on getting their new association off on the right foot. He had 17 goals and 18 assists (35 points) in 82 games with the Rangers last season.
The Ducks acquired Carl Hagelin, a 2nd round pick (59th overall) and a 6th round pick (179th overall) from the Rangers for Emerson Etem and a 2nd round pick (41st overall).
Hagelin (shoulder) will make his season debut tonight.
Hagelin has sat out the start of the season after undergoing offseason shoulder surgery. With all the injuries that the Rangers are dealing with right now, getting the speedy Hagelin back will help. The 25-year-old scored 10 goals and added 14 assists (24 points) in 48 games last season. There is no word on who Hagelin will play with yet.
Hagelin is skating with the Rangers at optional skate this morning.
Hagelin continues to skate with the Rangers after undergoing offseason shoulder surgery. He is eligible to return to the lineup tomorrow vs. the Islanders. Monitor the speedy winger's status tomorrow.
Carl Hagelin, eligible to return to the lineup on Oct. 29, is skating as an extra forward.
Hagelin has missed every game this season after offseason shoulder surgery. His return would help an injury depleted Rangers lineup. He is a speedy-winger who was very streaky last season but finished with 10 goals and 14 assists (24 points) in 48 games.
Hagelin was with Richards-Nash today
Hagelin's stock will skyrocket if he can start the season with these two point producers.
Carl Hagelin says he's at 100% after shoulder injury in Sweden.
Good news for Rangers fans although we are uncertain where Hagelin will slot into the Rangers' lineup.
In NYR warmups, looks 62-19-10; 20-21-24; 26-17-8; 42-34-71, so Kreider moved up and same d-pairs
Hagelin is up on the top line with Richards and Gaborik
The good news for the Rangers is Carl Hagelin will be returning to the lineup after serving a three-game suspension for his elbow to the head of Sens captain Daniel Alfredsson (concussion) in Game 2.
The Rangers could use Hagelin's offensive boost. He'll likely take Boyle's spot in the lineup.