The Rangers re-signed Jimmy Vesey to a two-year, $4.55M ($2.275M AAV) contract.
Source: @NYRangers 07/17/18, 6:06 pm EST
Vesey (concussion) will be back in the Rangers lineup on Sunday.
Vesey (concussion) skated before Wednesday’s morning skate; won’t play vs. Boston.
Vesey will miss his second straight straight game with a concussion but he skated this morning and is progressing according to Alain Vigneault. Vesey does not have a timetable for his return, so monitor his status as the week progresses.
Source: Dan Rosen 02/7/18, 1:54 pm EST
Vesey (upper-body) is not expected to play on Monday.
Vesey left Saturday’s game after being hit by Filip Forsberg, a play that resulted in an injury for Vesey and a three-game suspension for Forsberg. Vesey has been ruled out for Monday’s game in Dallas and is expected to be replaced by Vinni Lettieri. Monitor Vesey’s status heading into Wednesday’s game vs. the Bruins.
Source: Steve Zipay 02/5/18, 9:23 am EST
Vesey will replace Matt Puempel on Sunday.
Source: Steve Zipay 04/2/17, 7:50 am EST
Vesey (upper-body) will not play on Thursday.
Vesey was injured late in in Tuesday’s loss in Brooklyn and is listed as day-to-day. Tuesday was a rough night for the Rangers, who lost two other players in addition to Vesey. Michael Grabner will be back in the lineup for Vesey.
Vesey (upper-body) is listed as day-to-day but will travel to Winnipeg.
Vesey is apparently dealing with an upper-body injury after Tuesday’s game and is questionable for Thursday’s game in Winnipeg. He will travel with the team, but there’s no guarantee that he will play.
Source: @NYRangers 12/7/16, 9:20 am EST
The Rangers have signed Jimmy Vesey to a two-year, entry-level contract.
Vesey, 23, opted not to sign with the Predators after finishing up his college career at Harvard and also decided not to sign with Buffalo after his rights were acquired in June. He became a free agent last Tuesday and his lengthy process finally ended with him signing with the Rangers. The reigning Hobey Baker award winner is coming off 24 goals and 22 assists (46 points) in 33 games with Harvard.