McDonagh (upper-body) will be in the Lightning lineup on Saturday.
McDonagh is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
McDonagh was forced to leave Thursday’s game vs. the Sabres and is questionable for Saturday due to an upper-body ailment. If McDonagh doesn’t play on Saturday, look for Slater Koekkoek to get back into the lineup.
McDonagh left Thursday’s game with an undisclosed injury and did not return.
McDonagh left the game under his own power after being hit by Jack Eichel. The Lightning did not provide an update on McDonagh’s status, so consider him questionable for Saturday’s game in Florida.
Source: Nick Kelly 11/30/18, 9:13 am EST
The Lightning have signed Ryan McDonagh to a seven-year extension worth $47.25M ($6.75M AAV).
McDonagh (upper-body) will make his Lightning debut on Saturday.
McDonagh will play for the first time since February 7th and will make his Tampa Bay debut vs. the Canadiens. McDonagh had 26 points (2G / 24A) in 49 games with the Rangers before he was traded to the Lightning at the trade deadline. He will likely replace Andrej Sustr in the lineup today.
McDonagh (upper-body) was cleared for contact on Friday; could make his Lightning debut on Saturday.
McDonagh shedded his no-contact sweater and was a full participant in Friday’s practice and could make his debut vs. the Canadiens this afternoon. Because of the early start there will be no morning skate, so expect head coach Jon Cooper to update McDonagh’s status around 11 p.m. ET.
McDonagh (upper-body) should make his Lightning debut next week.
McDonagh was acquired in a blockbuster trade on Monday, but has been sidelined since February 7th and will miss at least the next three games. Monitor his status heading into next Tuesday’s game vs. the Panthers.
The Lightning have acquired Ryan McDonagh and J.T. Miller from the Rangers for Vladislav Namestnikov, Libor Hajek, Brett Howden, 2018 1st Round Pick and a conditional 2nd Round Pick.
McDonagh has missed the last nine games with an upper-body injury but is expected to be back in the near future. His 50th game of the season will come in a Lightning uniform, but his fantasy value may actually take a hit because he will probably see less minutes behind Victor Hedman. McDonagh boosts the Lightning’s blueline a lot and make them and solidify them as Stanley Cup favourites.
McDonagh (upper-body) will not play Friday vs. the Flames.
Source: Jim Cerny 02/9/18, 5:08 pm EST
McDonagh (back) is expected to be back in the Rangers lineup on Tuesday.
McDonagh missed Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh because he said his backed tightened up on him late in Saturday’s game vs. the Islanders. McDonagh was back on the Rangers second power-play unit this morning, so look for him to replace with Brendan Smith or Steve Kampfer in the lineup tonight. McDonagh is still searching for his first goal of the season, but is tied for 10th among defensemen in assists (19).
McDonagh (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Sunday.
Source: @NYRangers 01/14/18, 1:03 pm EST
McDonagh (abdomen) likely returning to the Rangers lineup on Friday.
McDonagh (abdominal strain) will not play on Tuesday; hopes to return on Friday.
McDonagh skated with his teammates on Tuesday morning but will miss his fourth consecutive game with an abdominal strain. Despite not being available tonight, he is making strides towards a return and could be back in vs. the Hurricanes on Friday. Monitor his status as the week progresses.
Source: Dan Rosen 11/28/17, 6:46 am EST
McDonagh (abdomen) is expected to miss his third straight game on Sunday.
McDonagh is battling a strained abdomen muscle and is set to miss another game this afternoon vs. the Canucks. With McDonagh still out, Steven Kampfer will remain in the lineup.
McDonagh will not play Wednesday due to an abdominal strain.
Source: @NYRangers 11/21/17, 7:19 am EST
McDonagh (undisclosed) will be in the Rangers lineup on Thursday.
McDonagh missed Wednesday’s practice for “maintenance” reasons, but was on the ice for the morning skate and said he will play tonight vs. the Islanders. McDonagh has had a slow start to the season, posting just two assists in seven games.
Source: Dan Rosen 10/19/17, 7:00 am EST
McDonagh (undisclosed) missed Wednesday’s practice but “should” be able to play on Thursday.
McDonagh was held off of the this morning for “maintenance” reasons but head coach Alain Vigneault said he “should” play and will skate in the morning skate.
McDonagh (undisclosed) will not play on Saturday.
Source: Jim Cerny 04/7/17, 2:58 pm EST
McDonagh (undisclosed) will not play Wednesday in Washington.
McDonagh (undisclosed) will not play on Sunday.
Source: Steve Zipay 04/2/17, 7:42 am EST