The Blue Jackets have placed Ryan Murray (lower-body) on IR.
Murray’s move to IR is retroactive to September 18th. Murray will miss the start of the regular season, leaving a spot open for defensemen Dean Kukan and Scott Harrington to slot in. Murray has had a tough time staying healthy throughout his career and is coming off of a year in which he played just 44 games—picking up 12 points (1G / 11A).
The Blue Jackets re-signed Ryan Murray to a one-year extension worth $2.825M.
The Blue Jackets have activated Murray (back) from injured reserve.
The Blue Jackets have activated Ryan Murray off injured reserve and re-assigned him to Cleveland (AHL) for a conditioning stint.
Murray (back) will travel with the team on their upcoming road trip.
Murray hasn't played since November 27th. Travelling with the team gives him a chance of playing in one of the next two games, but for now he remains without a timetable for his return.
Murray (upper-body) is “not even close” to returning to the Blue Jackets lineup.
Murray (upper-body) re-joined full practice on Wednesday.
Murray has been sidelined since November 27th but skated by himself on Saturday and was a full participant with his teammates today. Murray remains without a timetable but returning to practice is a good sign he may be back soon.
The Blue Jackets have placed Ryan Murray (upper-body) on IR.
Murray was set to miss his third straight game tonight and the Blue Jackets moved him to IR in order to make room to activate Matt Clavert (upper-body).
Murray (upper-body) will not play Tuesday vs. the Hurricanes.
Source: @AlisonL 11/28/17, 12:59 pm EST
Murray will miss 4-6 weeks with a broken hand.
Murray left Saturday’s game in Buffalo after blocking a shot with his hand. Murray suffered a broken hand and will miss at least one month. Wth Murray out, Kyle Quincey is expected to land a permanent role on the Blue Jackets’ blueline.
Murray left Saturday’s game with a hand injury and did not return.
Source: John Vogl 03/12/17, 6:27 am EST
Murray (upper-body) will return to the Blue Jackets’ lineup on Tuesday.
Murray missed the last four games with an upper-body injury, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. Dallas. Murray will skate on the second pair with Jack Johnson, but has not recorded a point in two games this season. Dalton Prout will be a healthy scratch.
Source: Rob Mixer 11/1/16, 6:45 am EST
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.