Dzingel (upper-body) is not expected to play on Sunday.
Dzingel left Saturday's game vs. the Islanders with an upper-body injury after playing just 9:39 TOI in the overtime win. With Dzingel unlikely to be available on Sunday afternoon, Morgan Geekie is expected to make his NHL debut.
Dzingel is a healthy scratch for Saturday's game in Toronto.
Dzingel will be back in the Hurricanes lineup on Tuesday.
The Hurricanes continue to rotate a froward in and out of the lineup, so tonight Dzingel will replace Lucas Wallmark. Dzingel, who has 27 points (8G / 19A) in 51 games this season, will skate on the fourth line and PP2.
Dzingel will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Dzingel (lower-body) will play in the Hurricanes season opener.
It originally looked like Dzingel would miss the first few games of the season with a lower-body injury that he suffered in the preseason. However, Dzingel was back at practice on Wednesday and is skating on the third line prior to Thursday’s season opener. He had 26 goals and 30 assists (56 points) last year and will skate with Erik Haula and Jordan Martinook in his Hurricanes debut.
The Hurricanes have signed Ryan Dzingel to a two-year deal worth $6.75 million ($3.375M AAV).
Dzingel will be back in the Blue Jackets lineup for Game 3 vs. the Bruins.
Dzingel (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
The Blue Jackets have acquired Ryan Dzingel and a 2019 seventh-round pick from the Senators for Anthony Duclair, a 2020 second-round pick and a 2021 second-round pick.
Dzingel has enjoyed a breakout season, scoring 22 goals and 22 assists (44 points) in 57 games. Dzingel brings a ton of speed to the Blue Jackets lineup and could lineup with Matt Duchene, who was also acquired from Ottawa on Friday. Dzingel has played 52.5 percent of his 5v5 minutes with Duchene this season and the duo has averaged 27 ScoringChancesFor/60.
Dzingel will not play Thursday vs. the Devils.
Dzingel (arm) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play Monday.
Dzingel (lower-body) will return to the Senators lineup on Saturday.
Dzingel has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury, but will play Saturday vs. the Canadiens. Dzingel has enjoyed a strong stat to the season, picking up two goals, two assists and 12 shots on goal in four games.
Source: Ian Mendes 10/19/18, 2:18 pm EST
The Senators have placed Ryan Dzingel (lower-body) on injured reserve.
Dzingel was a game-time decision for the last two games, but it looks like the lower-body injury has finally caught up to him. Dzingel lands on IR, so he will miss at least one week. Nick Paul was recalled from Belleville (AHL) to take Dzingel’s spot on the roster.
Source: @Senators 10/12/18, 11:05 am EST
The Senators are “very hopeful” that Dzingel (undisclosed) will play on Wednesday.
Dzingel was a game-time decision on Monday, but ended up playing and scoring two goals. He was not on the ice again this morning, so he’s questionable for tonight’s meting with the Flyers. It sounds like it is a very similar situation to Monday and the young winger should be expected to play.
Dzingel (undisclosed) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play vs. the Bruins.
Dzingel (undisclosed) is questionable for Monday’s game in Boston.
Dzingel left Sunday’s practice early and his status for Monday’s game is up in the air. Monitor his status when the Senators hit the ice for warmups at 12:30pm ET. He is projected to play with Matt Duchene and rookie Brady Tkachuk if he is able to play.
Dzingel will not play on Tuesday because of a "bad bruise."
Dzingel is not dealing with a concussion but rather a “bad bruise” so he will not play against the Panthers on Tuesday. Filip Chlapik was recalled from Belleville (AHL) and is expected to replace Dzingel.
Source: @Senators 03/19/18, 12:20 pm EST
Dzingel will miss Saturday's game against the Rangers due to a family issue.
The Senators re-signed Ryan Dzingel to a two-year deal worth $3.6M ($1.8M AAV).
Source: Ken Warren 07/23/17, 6:31 am EST