Ryan McDonagh

#27 D / N.Y. Rangers Rangers / EXP: 5YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 216 lb Age: 26 College: Wisconsin

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    • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

      Rangers' Ryan McDonagh: Scoring drought returns

      McDonagh failed to score with four shots on goal Monday against the Predators. After scoring three goals in four games earlier in November, it appeared as though McDonagh was back on track. Unfortunately, it seems his scoring difficulties have returned, netting only one point in the last three games. It's important to note, however, McDonagh leads the Rangers in ice time, averaging 22:28 per game.

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      Rangers' Ryan McDonagh: Return to form continues in win over Toronto

      McDonagh had a goal and an assist in a 4-3 win over the Leafs on Sunday. After opening the season on a nine-game point-scoring drought, the team's captain has certainly picked up the pace. The former first round pick (2007) has registered three goals and three assists in his last six games,including Sunday's helper to Mats Zuccarello for the game-winner with less than a minute to go. McDonagh has seven points and is a plus-13 through 18 games played.

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      Rangers' Ryan McDonagh: Gets into goal column in win

      McDonagh scored his first goal of the year Tuesday against the Hurricanes, adding a plus-2 rating. The Rangers' captain got off to a slow start with just one point in his first 12 games of the year, but he's got three points in his last three games now, so things are looking up. McDonagh has always had the talent to put up a 50-point campaign, but he's seen reduced power-play time in more of a shutdown role this season.

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      Rangers' Ryan McDonagh: Collects first point of the season

      McDonagh collected his first point of the season in Sunday's 4-1 win over Calgary. The team captain also had a shot on goal four blocked shots. The assist came on Derick Brassard's third period goal, putting the game out of reach. After fantasy owners saw a decrease (33 points) in McDonagh's last campaign, the slow start (1 points in nine games) can't come as too much of a shock. However, stay patient as the 26-year-old blueliner has just 13 points (career-low) through 40 career games in the month of October, so we're thinking this is a sign of things to come.

    • Rangers' McDonagh Back To Full Health

      News: Ryan McDonagh (foot) has resumed skating at 100 percent and began his normal training regimen in August for the upcoming season, NHL.com reports.
      Analysis: After spending six weeks in a walking boot upon breaking his foot in the Eastern Conference Finals, Ryan McDonagh rested up for another month before taking the ice again. Since he's only been healthy for a few weeks, it could take McDonagh until the middle or latter portion of training camp before he gets back to full speed. In addition to the broken foot, McDonagh dealt with a separated shoulder for much of last November, which may have explained his 10-point drop in scoring from the season prior. McDonagh has historically done well to avoid the injury bug, so it wouldn't be a surprise if he returns a 40-point scorer with a better run of health likely on the horizon.
    • Rangers' McDonagh Won't Need Surgery

      News: Ryan McDonagh's broken right foot will not require surgery, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.
      Analysis: The news is encouraging, as it suggests that Ryan McDonagh will in fact be ready for the Rangers' training camp in September. McDonagh had a solid 2014-15 campaign, registering eight goals and 25 assists for a total of 33 points in 71 games.
    • Rangers' McDonagh In Walking Boot And On Crutches

      News: Ryan McDonagh is currently donning a walking boot and using crutches due to the broken foot he suffered in the Eastern Conference Final against Tampa Bay, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
      Analysis: He'll remain in a walking boot and on crutches for four weeks, at which point his broken foot will be re-evaluated. While a broken foot is certainly nothing to scoff at, if all goes well with the healing process, Ryan McDonagh should be ready for the Rangers' training camp in September.
    • Rangers' McDonagh Played Through Broken Foot

      News: Coach Alain Vigneault acknowledged after the Rangers' Game 7 loss to the Lightning that Ryan McDonagh played the final couple games of the series with a broken right foot.
      Analysis: It likely would have taken nothing less than a broken foot for the Rangers captain not to be on the ice in the Eastern Conference Finals, but he clearly wasn't himself in the last three games. After tallying a goal and assist in Game 4, Ryan McDonagh failed to get on the scoresheet and mustered only one shot on goal in Games 5 through 7. Additionally, he skated fewer than 22 minutes in each of the last three contests, well below his postseason average of 23:51 TOI.
    • Rangers' McDonagh Adds Goal, Assist In Loss

      News: Ryan McDonagh registered a goal and an assist in Wednesday's 6-5 OT loss to the Lightning.
      Analysis: The Rangers captain found the score sheet for the fourth time in the last four games, but struggled overall on the night, and finished with a minus-2 rating. The Rangers will need Ryan McDonagh to play his best hockey if they want to avoid heading back to New York facing a 3-1 series deficit.
    • Rangers' McDonagh Practicing Tuesday

      News: Ryan McDonagh (undisclosed) is on the ice for practice Tuesday, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
      Analysis: Ryan McDonagh took a hard hit from Alex Ovechkin in Game 6, but there was never much doubt that he'd be on the ice for Game 7, and the fact that he's practicing Tuesday all but ensures he'll be ready to go Wednesday night.
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