The Coyotes have placed Michael Grabner on unconditional waivers for purpose of buying out final year of Grabner's contract.
Grabner had one-year left on his three-year contract that carried a $3.35M AAV. The buyout will carry an $833K cap-hit in 2021 and $1.258M cap-hit in 2022. The 33-year-old, who had eight goals and three assists (11 points) in 46 games last year, is now an unrestricted free agent.
Grabner will be back in the Coyotes lineup on Tuesday.
Grabner was a healthy scratch on Sunday but will play for the second time in three games on Tuesday. Grabner, who has 11 points (8G / 3A) in 40 games, will replace Christian Fischer.
Grabner will draw back into the Coyotes lineup on Friday.
Grabner has not played in the last five games but will replace Christian Fischer in the lineup in Carolina. Grabner has just 11 points (8G / 3A) in 39 games this season.
Grabner (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Grabner is a little banged up, so he won't play vs. the Maple Leafs on Thursday. Barrett Hayton will replace Grabner on the Coyotes' fourth-line.
Grabner (eye) will return to the Coyotes lineup on Thursday.
Grabner has ben out since December 1st but will play Thursday vs. the Flames. It is not clear where Grabner will slot back into the lineup but he comes into play with 11 points (6G / 5A) in 25 games this season.
Source: Dave Vest 03/7/19, 2:48 pm EST
Grabner is out indefinitely with an eye injury.
The Coyotes have signed Michael Grabner to a three-year contract worth $10.05M ($3.35M AAV).
Over the last two seasons, Grabner is tied for 35th in the NHL with 54 goals. However, he leads the league in empty net goals (11) over that span. That’s 20.4 percent of his goals without a goalie, so don’t expect the 30-year-old to score 25-plus goals each year. In Arizona, he brings a ton of speed, some offence and penalty killing to a young team in need of all of those qualities.
The Rangers traded Grabner to the Devils in exchange for D prospect Yegor Rykov and a 2018 second-round draft pick.
Grabner will not play against the Canadiens on Thursday.
The Rangers are reportedly close to moving Grabner so they will sit him tonight as a precautionary measure.
Grabner (illness) will be back in the Rangers lineup on Sunday.
Source: @NYRangers 01/21/18, 8:38 pm EST
Grabner (hip) will return to the Rangers' lineup on Sunday.
Source: @NYRangers 03/12/17, 1:04 pm EST
Grabner (hip) will not play Thursday in Carolina.
Grabner was on the ice for the Rangers’ morning skate, but will miss his fifth straight game with a hip injury. He is nearing a return to the lineup, but it won’t come until Sunday in Detroit at the earliest.
Grabner (hip) will not play on Saturday.
Grabner (hip) questionable to play on Thursday.
Grabner left Wednesday’s practice with a hip issue and is questionable for tomorrow’s game in Boston. Monitor his status during the Rangers morning skate.
Grabner (personal) will be back in the Rangers’ lineup on Thursday.
Grabner missed Tuesday’s game because he was back in Austria attending a funeral, but will be back in for Jimmy Vesey (upper-body) tonight. Grabner has picked up 13 goals and four assists (17 points) in 26 games this season.
Grabner (personal) will not travel to Brooklyn for Tuesday’s game.
Grabner’s grandmother has passed away and he will head back to Austria and miss at least Tuesday’s game vs. the Islanders. With Grabner out, the Rangers recalled Marek Hrivik from Hartford (AHL).
The Rangers have signed Michael Grabner to a two-year contract worth $3.2 million ($1.6M AAV).
Grabner, 28, is a former 30-goal scorer (34 in 2010-11) but has struggled for the last four seasons, especially in Toronto in 2015-16, where he tallied 18 points (9G / 9A) in 80 games. The Rangers top-6 is pretty much set in stone, so Grabner will bring some speed to their bottom-6 as he hopes to regain his scoring touch.
Grabner (undisclosed) took part in the morning skate and will play on Monday.
The Maple Leafs have acquired Michael Grabner from the Islanders in exchange for Taylor Beck, Carter Versarghe, Matt Finn, Tom Nilsson and Christopher Gibson.
Grabner, 27, was limited to 34 games last season due to a multitude of injuries including sports hernia surgery. In the 34 games he played in, the speedy winger tallied eight goals and five assists (13 points). He had a career-high 34 goals in 2010-11, but since then he has scored just 56 goals in four seasons. This trade helps his fantasy value because he moves from a team with an ultra crowded top-six to a team who is very thin at forward.
Grabner in; Nielsen out.
Grabner was a healthy scratch on Tuesday, but will be in for Frans Nielsen tonight, who is a little banged up. Grabner has collected 12 points (7G / 5A) in 29 games this season.