The Rangers re-signed Ryan Spooner to a two-year contract worth $8.0M ($4.0M AAV).
Spooner is expected to make his Rangers debut on Sunday.
The Rangers have acquired Ryan Spooner, Matt Beleskey, Ryan Lindgren, a 2018 1st round pick and a 2019 7th round pick from the Bruins for Rick Nash.
Spooner had a breakout campaign in 2015-16, collecting 13 goals and 36 assists (49 points) in 80 games but has struggled since then, especially in 2017-18. The 26-year-old will look to get his career back on track in New York after picking up just 25 points (9G / 16A) in 39 games with the Bruins this season. He could make his Rangers debut on Sunday.
Spooner (illness) will be back in the Bruins lineup on Saturday.
Spooner (illness) will not play on Thursday.
Spooner is questionable for Thursday’s game with an illness.
The Bruins will host the Jets tonight but they could be without some key forwards including Spooner, who is officially listed as questionable for tonight’s contest. Monitor his status when the Bruins hit the ice for pre-game warmups at 6:30 pm ET.
The Bruins have activated Ryan Spooner (lower-body) from IR; but he will not play on Thursday.
Spooner will miss his fourth consecutive game with a lower-body injury despite being activated from IR this afternoon.
Spooner (lower-body) will not be back in the Bruins lineup on Wednesday.
Source: @NHLBruins 12/13/17, 7:59 am EST
Spooner (lower-body) will not play Thursday and could land on IR.
Spooner simply can’t stay healthy this season as he’s only appeared in 10 games and will likely land back on IR after suffering another injury on Monday. Jake DeBrusk will take Spooner’s spot in the lineup on Thursday.
Spooner is questionable for Thursday’s game with a lower-body injury.
Spooner (undisclosed) will return to the Bruins lineup on Wednesday.
Spooner missed Sunday’s game vs. Edmonton after suffering an injury in Friday’s game vs. Pittsburgh. Spooner has battled injuries throughout the 2017-18 season and comes into play tonight with just two assists in seven games.
Source: @NHLBruins 11/29/17, 6:48 am EST
Spooner (undisclosed) is expected to return to the Bruins lineup on Wednesday.
Spooner missed Sunday’s game vs. the Oilers but is expected to draw back in on Wednesday. Spooner has had tough year with injuries, appearing in just seven games and picking up two assists in the process.
Spooner (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Sunday.
Spooner recently returned to the Bruins’ lineup but he was absent from Saturday’s practice, which has clouded his status for Sunday’s game vs. the Oilers. Spooner has one assist in two games while averaging just 10:32 TOI/GM since returning to the lineup, but he may not be available for Sunday’s contest.
Spooner (groin) will return to the Bruins lineup on Wednesday.
Spooner (groin) practiced on Tuesday but remains questionable for Wednesday; Bruins say “he’s a lot closer.”
Source: @NHLBruins 11/21/17, 7:14 am EST
Spooner is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a right groin adductor tear.
Spooner suffered the injury in Vegas on Sunday and will miss at least one month. Luckily for the Bruins, it looks like Patrice Bergeron and David Backes are going to be back soon, maybe even on Thursday.
Spooner left Sunday’s game with a lower-body injury and did not return.
Spooner suffered the injury just two shifts into the second period and finished the contest with just 6:42 TOI. Spooner was replaced by Danton Heinen on the Bruins top power-play unit, so look for that to potential continue if Spooner is forced to miss any time.
Spooner will return to the Bruins lineup on Wednesday.
Spooner (concussion) will not play on Saturday.
Spooner will miss his second straight game with a concussion that he suffered on Monday. With Spooner out, Drew Stafford is expected to remain in the Bruins top-6 going forward.
Source: @NHLBruins 03/10/17, 8:19 am EST