Murray (upper-body) returned to practice on Monday.
Murray has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury that he suffered 10 days ago vs. the Blackhawks. The oft-injured defenseman has already missed a total of five games with two different injuries to kick-off the 2016-17 NHL season. His return to practice on Monday, suggests that Murray could be back on Tuesday or later in the week.
Source: Rob Mixer 10/31/16, 7:48 am EST
Murray (foot) will return to the Blue Jackets lineup on Friday.
Murray missed last Saturday’s game vs. San Jose, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. Chicago. Murray will replace Dalton Prout in the lineup and skate on the top pair with Seth Jones. Murray was a minus-2 with two shots on goal in 19:52 in the Blue Jackets’ season opener.
Murray (undisclosed) likely won’t play on Saturday.
The oft-injured Blue Jackets’ defenseman was injured while blocking a shot in the season opener and likely won’t play vs. the Sharks on Saturday. With Scott Harrington being sent on a conditioning stint, expect Dalton Prout to replace Murray in the lineup.
Murray will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Murray was danced a few times on Tuesday and has posted a minus-4 rating in his last two games. Under old coaching, you likely wouldn’t see Murray getting scratched, but with John Tortorella at the reigns, Murray will get a break.
Murray (rest) will not play on Saturday.
Murray returned to the lineup for the last two games, but will be held out of the lineup in the season finale. He has had two injury ravaged seasons so they will let him rest tonight in a meaningless game vs. the Islanders.
Murray (ankle) will be back in the lineup on Tuesday.
Murray has been out since March 18th, but he will be back in tonight with Kevin Connauton coming out. Murray had two assists in 10 games before getting injured yet again. He has had a tough time staying healthy, but he makes for a nice add for the last week of the season due to his offensive upside and with the Leafs, Sabres and Islanders on the schedule.
Source: Jeff Rimer 04/8/15, 8:01 am EST
Murray (ankle) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Murray has missed the last nine games with an ankle injury, but there is a chance that he could get back in the lineup tomorrow vs. the Maple Leafs. Monitor his status during Wednesday’s morning skate and pre-game warmups.
Murray (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Murray has missed the last two games and will miss his third straight game on Tuesday. There is no doubting Murray’s talent, but he has only appeared in 10 games this season and has missed 50.6% of games in his first two seasons in the NHL. He is listed as day-to-day.
Murray (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Murray will not play tonight because he is "banged up" according to Todd Richards. Cody Golubef will draw back in for Columbus.
Murray (ankle) will return to the Blue Jackets lineup on Friday.
Murray has been out for five weeks because of a high-ankle sprain, but the 2012 second overall pick will get back into the lineup tonight vs. the Oilers. Murray has just one assist in seven games this season.
Murray (ankle) will travel to Carolina; questionable for Tuesday's game.
Murray has been out since February 6th, so he is just over four weeks into his 4-6 week timetable. He is listed as day-to-day and likely won’t return on Tuesday, but Thursday in Detroit seems more likely.
The Blue Jackets have placed Ryan Murray (ankle) on IR.
Murray, 21, who missed 44 games earlier this season due to a knee injury is now out with a high-ankle sprain. Murray is expected to miss four to six weeks.
Murray will miss 4-6 weeks with a high-ankle sprain.
Murray already missed 37 games with a knee injury this season and now he will miss at least another month with an ankle injury that he suffered last night. Overall, Murray has missed 65 of the first 132 (49.2%) games in his young career. Another tough blow to this Blue Jackets team who has battled a multitude of injuries all season long.
Murray (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Murray left Friday’s win over the Blues and did not return. After the game he was ruled out for Saturday’s game in Ottawa as he stays home to be evaluated. Murray had played just three games since returning from a knee injury and he is already out again.
Murray (knee) will return to the Blue Jackets lineup on Saturday.
Murray missed the last 36 games and a total of 40 games this season. He will be back in tomorrow and will likely replace Dalton Prout on the Blue Jackets blue line. He has no points and a minus-3 rating in four games this season.
The Blue Jackets have activated Ryan Murray (knee) from injured reserve.
Murray has missed the last 36 games with a knee injury. Murray, who also missed the first seven games of the season due to off-season knee surgery, has recorded two penalty minutes in four games this season. He collected 21 points (4G / 17A) in 66 games in his first NHL season in 2013-14. Expect him to return to the lineup on Saturday vs. Tampa Bay.
Murray (knee) will travel on the Blue Jackets upcoming two-game road-trip.
Murray has been sidelined with a knee injury since November 1st. He was a full participant in practice on Wednesday, but has not been cleared to play yet. Despite not being cleared, he will still travel with the team to Florida and could still receive clearance at some point during the trip.
Source: Rob Mixer 01/28/15, 7:26 am EST
Murray (knee) will take part in Blue Jackets’ practice on Monday.
Murray has skated a little bit over the last few weeks, but has yet to join a full practice. He has been out since November 1st with a knee injury, but taking part in some of practice this morning is a good sign that he should be ready to ramp up his workouts.
Murray’s injured knee will not require surgery, but he remains week-to-week.
Murray underwent another MRI that revealed no structural damage to the knee, but he remains out of the lineup for the next little bit. The week-to-week tag means there will not be daily updates on Murray until he gets closer to 100 percent.
The Blue Jackets have placed Ryan Murray (lower-body) on injured reserve.
Murray’s IR move is retroactive to November 1st, which means he is eligible to return on November 8th. Murray is listed as day-to-day after re-aggravating a knee injury that caused him to miss the first seven games of the season.