Rick Nash

#61 LW / N.Y. Rangers / EXP: 12YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 220 lb Age: 31 College: None

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INJURY ALERT: Out | Leg | Out until at least Feb 8
  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Rangers' Rick Nash: Will miss Saturday

    Nash (leg) will not travel to Philadelphia for the team's game against the Flyers on Saturday. Nash suffered a bone bruise in his left leg prior to the All-Star break, and the issue is unfortunately taking longer to heal than the medical staff initially believed it would. The veteran winger skated for 40 minutes prior to Wednesday's practice, but his next chance to rejoin the lineup now comes Monday back at Madison Square Garden when the Rangers host the Devils. The team should again update his status as the game approaches, but Nash likely remains on a day-to-day timetable.

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    Rangers' Rick Nash: Ruled out Thursday

    Nash (leg) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Wild, Andrew Gross of The Record reports. Nash continues to be sidelined with a bone bruise in his left leg that will hold him out for a fourth straight contest. His next chance to play now comes Saturday against the Flyers, but the team should provide another update on his status before then. Until that point, the Rangers will continue to fill his spot in the lineup with the likes of Daniel Paille, while J.T. Miller will likely continue to serve as the left winger on the second line.

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    Rangers' Rick Nash: Will not play Tuesday

    Nash (leg) will miss Tuesday's game against the Devils, Pat Leonard of New York Daily News reports. Nash has not played since sustaining a leg injury in a game against Carolina on Jan. 22. The 31-year-old veteran forward has notched 33 points in 45 contests for the Rangers this season. His next chance to return to the ice will come Thursday evening when New York hosts Minnesota.

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    Rangers' Rick Nash: Healing taking longer than expected

    Nash's (leg) injury is requiring a longer healing process than initially expected. "It's just a bad bone bruise & it's taken longer to heal than our medical crew thought it would," said coach Alain Vigneault. Fortunately for Nash, nothing more showed up in the additional CT scans he underwent Monday, but it certainly puts a bit of a question mark on his status moving forward. The veteran winger was expected to rejoin the lineup Tuesday, but didn't participate in practice Monday and now appears questionable at best for the contest. Expect the team to provide another update on his status again Tuesday, determining whether or not he'll be available.

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    Rangers' Rick Nash: Out again Monday

    Nash (leg) will miss Monday's game against the Rangers, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports. Nash was expected to return Monday after missing Sunday's contest, but that's not the case after an MRI on Monday morning revealed a bone bruise. The Rangers don't play again until Feb. 2, and he should be good to go following some extended rest. Daniel Paille will once again draw into the lineup in his place Monday.

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    Rangers' Rick Nash: Won't play Sunday, expected back Monday

    Nash will not dress for Sunday's game against the Senators due to a left leg injury, but he's expected to rejoin the lineup Monday to face the Sabres. Nash was reportedly dinged up during Friday's contest versus the Hurricanes, and he'll just give his body some extra rest Sunday. Chris Kreider (neck) will rejoin the lineup just in time to take his place, but there should be another shakeup Monday if Nash returns as expected.

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    Rangers' Rick Nash: Helps Rangers win with two assists

    Nash fired seven shots on net and scored two assists Tuesday against Vancouver, helping the Rangers win 3-2 in overtime. Nash scored his 20th and 21st assists of the season to give him 33 points in 44 games this season. The big power forward is highly unlikely to score 40 goals this season, and his lack of goals is one reason why the Rangers offense has sputtered for parts of the season. His shooting percentage (8.6 percent) is well off his career pace (12.3 percent), so the goals may come, but it's already halfway through the season and Nash only has 12 goals. Fantasy owners who drafted him early this season are surely disappointed, but he remains a consistent point producer.

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    Rangers' Rick Nash: Six shots not enough

    Nash had an assist and a team-leading six shots in Saturday's loss to Philadelphia. He's gripping his stick a little tighter each night now that his goalless drought has hit six games. Over those six games he's fired an average of four shots per game. The lack of goals aren't for lack of trying. It's a sign that he should get out of the funk soon.

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    Rangers' Rick Nash: Plays distributor in win over Dallas

    Nash handed out three assists -- one of them shorthanded -- and went plus-2 in Tuesday's win over the Stars. He was all over the ice in this one, as has been the trend recently -- Nash has put 16 shots on goal over the last four games, and he's got five points in that span. Sure, he started slow in October, but Nash has since been putting up pretty much the stats you'd expect from him.

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    Rangers' Rick Nash: Limps into holiday break

    Nash garnered just one assist in his last four contests. Nash has been hot and cold this season, recording six multiple point games while also disappearing from the scoresheet at times. The 31-year-old is heading into the holiday break in the midst of one of his vanishing acts, with just one point in four games. The winger will likely continue his feast or famine production when the Rangers return to action Monday against Nashville.

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