Ryder will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Ryder will not play for the eighth time in the last 10 games. The Devils will go with seven defensemen tonight vs. Nashville.
Source: Tom Gulitti 03/3/15, 7:00 am EST
Ryder in; Havlat out.
Ryder has not played in the last seven games, but he will be back in tonight in Chicago. Ryder has collected six goals and 12 assists (18 points) in 42 games this season.
Ryder (mumps) will return to the lineup on Friday.
Ryder has missed the last three games with mumps, but will be back in tonight vs. the Canadiens. He has 14 points (4G / 10A) in 34 games this season.
Source: Rich Chere 01/2/15, 6:47 am EST
Ryder has been diagnosed with mumps.
Mumps continues to run through the NHL and it has claimed a number of victims in the Devils locker room. Ryder will be isolated from the team until he is past the infectious stage of the virus. He will not play on Saturday.
Source: @NHLDevils 12/27/14, 6:02 am EST
New Jersey signed right wing Michael Ryder to a two-year contract worth $7 million.
Ryder had 35 points over 46 games combined between the Dallas Stars and Montreal Canadiens in 2012-13. He reportedly was choosing between the Devils and Boston Bruins, with whom he won the Stanley Cup in 2011. He has 213 goals and 431 points in 677 career games.
Source: NHL.com 07/6/13, 1:58 am EST
#Habs say Michael Ryder is out vs. #Pens. Upper body, day-to-day.
Ryder has 20 pts in 22 games with the Habs so this is a big blow in the dying days of the fantasy season.
#Habs Ryder will play tomorrow vs Buffalo after sitting out Saturday's game with a lower body injury.
Ryder has played very well since being traded to the Habs. He has recorded two goals and seven assists in right games for Montreal. He will return to the lineup tomorrow and play alongside Tomas Plekanec and Brian Gionta.
Source: John Lu 03/18/13, 9:15 am EST
#Habs Michael Ryder will miss trip to NJ with a lower body injury.
Ryder missed a decent amount in the dressing room on Wednesday after bring hit hard. He won't playing tomorrow in New Jersey because of a lower-body injury. Michael Blunden recalled has been recalled to replace Ryder.
Canadiens trade Erik Cole to Stars for Michael Ryder and a 3rd rounder.
Ryder returns to the Habs where he started his career and played four seasons. Ryder has six goals and eight assists in 19 games this season. Ryder could see top-6 forward minutes in Montreal.
Stars' lines at morning skate in Nashville: Ott-Benn-Ryder
Ryder gets bumped down to the second line. The right wing has 35 goals and 62 points in 80 games.
Source: Mike Heika 04/5/12, 9:24 am EST
Stars lines at skate. Eriksson-Ribeiro-Ryder.
Ryder is bumped back down to the Ribeiro line. The sniper now has 19 goals and 36 points through 52 games.
Source: Mike Heika 02/9/12, 7:35 am EST
Stars lines this morning: Ott-Benn-Ryder;
Ryder moves up to the top line. The sniper already matched his goal totals of last year with 18 while adding 17 assists. Look for continue his productive season on the top line.
Stars lines this morning: Nystrom-Ribeiro-Ryder;
Ryder moves back onto the Ribeiro line. The sniper has 18 goals and 35 points in 50 games. Expect him to continue his heightened scoring pace.
With all the line juggling Ryder moves down to the third line. The sniper has 17 goals and 32 points in 43 games.
Source: Mike Heika 01/16/12, 8:16 am EST
Michael Ryder, who got dinged up last night, is a game time decision tonight.
Considering the puck doesn't drop until 8PM EST, most rosters will be frozen before we can update you on his status. If you have a better, more tangible option, you may want to use it.
While coach Glen Gulutzan had success moving Adam Burish up to the Mike Ribeiro line in the third period Tuesday in a 2-1 shootout win over Phoenix, it appears Michael Ryder will move back to his normal spot beside Ribeiro Thursday when the Stars play host to the Los Angeles Kings.
Ryder obviously holds the most fantasy hockey value united with current and former teammate Mike Ribeiro. Through his first nine games with the Stars, the two-time, 30-goal scorer has a goal and three points.
FRISCO -- One of the reasons the Dallas Stars signed Michael Ryder as a free agent in July is he had a history of chemistry with Mike Ribeiro. It didn’t take long for Ryder and Ribeiro to rediscover that chemistry in training camp and the preseason.
The Stars signed Ryder to score goals -- a task he can certainly handle. Last season Ryder managed to score 18 goals while switching between the press box and top three lines. He's scored 25+ goals four times and 30 goals twice so expect him to fill the net alongside Mike Ribeiro.
Look for Ryder to start the season on the team's top line. The 31-year-old scored 18 goals last season over 79 games with the Boston Bruins and could score 20 goals for the fourth time in his career.