Lisin has been released from his tryout contract with the Thrashers, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Rangers RW Enver Lisin scored his team's only goal in regulation on Thursday against the Thrashers. Lisin had given the Rangers a 1-0 lead in the second as his fifth goal eluded Johan Hedberg. It was his first goal since Dec. 16.
Rangers RW Enver Lisin failed to record a point and finished at even in 15:35 of ice time on Wednesday against the Flyers. He has no goals and one point in his last six games.
The Sports Xchange reports Rangers LW Enver Lisin, who has remained in the lineup despite a fractured bone in his foot, is one of those who "aren't exactly going," with no goals in his last nine games. Lisin was dropped from the first line to the fourth line Saturday. "I think it's not so much physical, it's mentally. I just need him concentrating," head coach John Tortorella said. "When he started turning his game around, he wasn't turning over pucks, he was holding onto the puck more. It's flying off his stick. He was finishing checks. I thought for a span of six, seven games he did a great job in finishing checks and adding some forechecking that way so that's what we're looking to get him back to."
Rangers RW Enver Lisin returned to action on Thursday in a 4-2 win over the Oilers. Lisin, who had been battling a foot injury, did not record a point in the game but did rack up two penalty minutes.
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