Grabner (hip) is expected to rejoin the action Sunday against Detroit, the New York Post reports. The winger has missed five straight games due to his hip injury and had gone cold prior to that, failing to record a point in eight straight games prior to his recent absences. Assuming he's available, Grabner should see a significant amount of ice time in the tilt as he looks to break his pointless streak.
Grabner (hip) won't play Thursday against Carolina. Grabner is reportedly making progress in his recovery from a hip injury, but he'll likely need to log at least one more full practice before returning to game action, which means he could be available for Sunday's meeting with the Red Wings. The 29-year-old winger has been a pleasant surprise for the Rangers and fantasy owners alike in 2016-17, racking up an impressive 26 goals and 36 total points in 62 games. More information regarding Grabner's status for New York's next contest should be released in the coming days.
Grabner (hip) is improving and has an "outside chance" of playing Thursday in Carolina, per coach Alain Vigneault, ruling him out for Tuesday's game against the Panthers. The assessment isn't necessarily encouraging for Grabner's fantasy owners, but on the bright side, if he can't go Thursday, he'll have an excellent chance of playing Sunday in Detroit. J.T. Miller and Jimmy Vesey should continue to serve as the wings for New York's third line while Grabner remains on the shelf.
Grabner (hip) will make the trip with the team, but won't play in the first game Monday in Tampa Bay. He'll get a chance to play again Tuesday, but it seems a bit unlikely that he'll be ready to go one day after missing a game. If he misses both those games, he'll get another shot Thursday. With 36 points in 62 games, he's been a productive member of a high-scoring Rangers squad, so when he returns most fantasy owners should be prepared to slot him back into their lineups.
Grabner (hip) remains day-to-day, according to head coach Alain Vigneault. Grabner leads the Rangers with 26 goals, although he had gone eight games without a point leading up to the injury. This report seems to indicate that Grabner won't be playing Saturday against the Canadiens, which means he might not return until Tuesday at the earliest.
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