Chris Summers

D / N.Y. Rangers Rangers / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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    • Rangers Recall Summers

      News: The Rangers recalled Chris Summers from AHL Hartford on Thursday.
      Analysis: With Marc Staal slated to sit, Chris Summers is on track to enter the Rangers' blue line mix Thursday against Ottawa. Since coming over to the Rangers in a trade with the Coyotes, Summers has suited up in one game for the big club, while notching one assist and 17 PIM in 13 games with Hartford.
    • Rangers' Summers Gets Reassigned

      News: Chris Summers was reassigned to AHL Hartford on Monday.
      Analysis: Chris Summers was recalled an inserted in the lineup Sunday after Matt Hunwick (upper body) was ruled out. He will be returned to the AHL Monday, per emergency recall procedures, as Hunwick may be ready to return.
    • Rangers' Summers Recalled, Will Play Sunday

      News: Chris Summers was recalled from AHL Hartford on Sunday and will be in the lineup versus the Capitals.
      Analysis: Chris Summers has seen time in 17 NHL games this season, but he's been in the minor since the Rangers acquired him earlier in the month. In 10 games for Hartford, Summers has amassed one point (an assist) and 15 penalty minutes.
    • Summers Traded To Rangers

      News: The Rangers have acquired Chris Summers, Keith Yandle and a fourth-round draft pick in 2015 from the Coyotes in exchange for John Moore, Anthony Duclair, a first-round draft pick in 2016, as well as a second-round pick in 2015, reports.
      Analysis: Chris Summers, who has notched three assists in 17 NHL game this season, will provide the Rangers with some added blue line depth, but Yandle is obviously the key player in Sunday's deal.
    • Coyotes' Summers Gets Reassigned

      News: Chris Summers was reassigned to AHL Portland on Thursday.
      Analysis: Though Chris Summers saw action in Tuesday's game against the Blues after Connor Murphy fell ill, he's otherwise been a healthy scratch for much of the season. Expect Summers to be back with the Coyotes at some point again this season, but Brandon Gormley will assume his 23-man roster spot for the time being.
    • Coyotes Place Summers On Waivers

      News: The Coyotes placed Chris Summers on waivers Tuesday, Pierre Lebrun of reports.
      Analysis: It isn't immediately clear who will replace Chris Summers on Arizona's roster, but that should become clear soon. Summers has tallied three assists through 14 games with the Coyotes this season, and will head to AHL Portland if he's not claimed by another team.
    • Coyotes Activate Summers From IR

      News: Chris Summers (upper body) was activated from injured reserve Saturday, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
      Analysis: With David Schlemko getting claimed off waivers Saturday, a roster spot opened up for Chris Summers' activation. Though he's now healthy, Summers will likely serve as a scratch Saturday against the Blue Jackets, and probably for most of the games to follow. He's made just 12 appearances for the Coyotes in 2014-15, despite being on the roster all season.
    • Coyotes' Summers (Upper Body) Out Monday

      News: Chris Summers (upper body) won't play Monday against the Flyers, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
      Analysis: Chris Summers will miss his third straight game due to the upper-body injury, and the early nature of him being ruled out could indicate his injury isn't minor.That remains unclear at this point, but for now, his next chance to return will be Wednesday against the Stars.
    • Coyotes Place Summers On IR

      News: Chris Summers (upper body) was placed on injured reserve Sunday.
      Analysis: Chris Summers wasn't on track to return to action in the immediate future, so the Coyotes will be able to clear up a roster spot by moving the blueliner to IR. He's provided two points and a minus-8 rating over 12 games this season.
    • Coyotes' Summers Out Again Saturday

      News: Chris Summers (upper body) will not play Saturday against the Ducks, Sarah McLellan of the Arizona Republic reports.
      Analysis: The Coyotes are still labeling Chris Summers as day-to-day, so he could be healthy and ready to go for the team's next game, scheduled for Monday versus the Flyers.
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