Dan Boyle

#22 D / N.Y. Rangers Rangers / EXP: 16YRS Height: 5-11 Weight: 190 lb Age: 39 College: Miami (Ohio)

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Rangers' Dan Boyle: Notes game-winning assist Saturday

      Boyle notched a power play assist in Saturday's 5-4 overtime win over the Panthers. Although the assist came on the Rick Nash's overtime hat trick clinching goal, that's the veteran blue liner's first point in four games and just the fourth point of the season. Reportedly considering retirement and consistently in danger of watching from the press box, it's safe to say Boyle should remain in your free agent pool.

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      Rangers' Dan Boyle: Continues positive play in win over Arizona

      Boyle logged an assist in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Coyotes. Although it's his first point in four contests and just his third point (all assists) of the season, the point is a reflection of Boyle's (plus-4 over the last three games) improved play of late. As long as Boyle's positive play continues, head coach Alain Vigneault may need to hold off alternating the veteran blue liner with bruiser Dylan McIlrath as the team's sixth defenseman.

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      Rangers' Dan Boyle: Back in the lineup Saturday

      Boyle will return to the lineup Saturday against the Coyotes, Steve Zipay of Newsday reports. Boyle missed the past two games as he has become a top candidate to watch games from the press box whenever the Rangers need to go with a more physical, shutdown type of defenseman, like Dylan McIlrath.

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      Rangers' Dan Boyle: Healthy scratch Tuesday

      Boyle will be a healthy scratch Tuesday night when the Rangers take on the Capitals, Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post reports. It appears the Rangers will go with a more physical blueliner in Dylan McIlrath against a Capitals team currently averaging the fourth-most goals per game (3.40).

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      Rangers D Dan Boyle to sit out as healthy scratch on Tuesday

      Rangers defenseman Dan Boyle will be a healthy scratch in Tuesday's tilt against Winnipeg, reports Andrew Gross of The Record. The writing was on the wall last season as Boyle began to show signs of a final decline. With former first round pick Dylan McIlrath expected to bring a more physical presence, but a lack of power play expertise like the former, it will be interesting to see how the team performs. If you do own Boyle in some format, it's not quite time to abandon ship as the veteran comes with $4.5 million cap-hit and will likely play again. How he responds in his next appearance should determine your next step.

    • Rangers' Boyle Stays Productive In Game 6

      News: Dan Boyle assisted on one of seven Rangers goals in a decisive Game 6 win over the Lightning on Tuesday night.
      Analysis: Dan Boyle is finding his stride in the postseason, totaling three goals and seven assists across 10 games. That's exactly half of the scoring production he provided during the regular season, during which it took him 65 games to accrue 20 points.
    • Rangers' Boyle Gets Pair Of Points In Game 3

      News: Dan Boyle potted a goal and dished out a power-play assist in Wednesday's Game 3 loss to the Lightning.
      Analysis: After an unexceptional regular season, Dan Boyle has come on strong during the playoffs to give the Rangers an added scoring threat from the blue line. The veteran has three goals and five assists through 15 games, though only a minus-4 rating to show for it.
    • Rangers' Boyle Collects Two Assists In Game 2

      News: Dan Boyle picked up a pair of power-play assists in Monday's Game 2 loss to the Lightning.
      Analysis: Dan Boyle had a productive night all around, as he also tied for the team lead with five shots. After being on the receiving end of a big hit last week in the series against the Capitals, Boyle doesn't appeared to be slowed down.
    • Rangers' Boyle (Head) Will Play In Game 1

      News: Coach Alain Vigneault indicated Friday that Dan Boyle (head) will play in Saturday's Game 1 matchup with the Lightning, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
      Analysis: Dan Boyle was a participant in Friday's practice, and is apparently doing well enough to give it a go in Game 1. The veteran blueliner logged plenty of minutes against the Capitals, and notched a goal in Game 6 on three shots. Assuming nothing occurs moving forward, he should be in line to see plenty of ice time in the Eastern Conference finals as well.
    • Rangers' Boyle (Head) Practicing Friday

      News: Dan Boyle (head) is practicing Friday afternoon, Pat Leonard of the NY Daily News reports.
      Analysis: Dan Boyle was removed from Wednesday's Game 7 against the Capitals midway through the third period, after taking a huge hit from defenseman Brooks Orpik. While his presence on the ice Friday doesn't guarantee anything, Boyle seemingly has a shot to suit up for Saturday's Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals against Tampa Bay. If Boyle can't play, either Chris Summers or Matt Hunwick will likely join the lineup.
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