Keith Yandle

#93 D / N.Y. Rangers / EXP: 9YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 190 lb Age: 29 College: None

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  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Rangers' Keith Yandle: Drought extends to three games

    Yandle was held off the scorer's sheet in Sunday's 5-2 loss to the Capitals. Although he managed two more shots on goal (96 for the season) and three hits, he also registered a minus-1 in the loss. That's three straight games without a point after logging four points in his previous five contests. We wouldn't get too concerned as this is standard operating procedure for the veteran defenseman who has not been held point-less for more than three straight games all season. The 29-year-old has two goals and 23 points through 45 games this season.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Rangers' Keith Yandle: Picks up assist Monday

    Yandle earned his 21st assist of the season in Monday's 2-1 win over Boston. The American rearguard grabbed the primary helper on Jesper Fast's game-winning goal with 1:42 remaining in regulation. Yandle hasn't exactly shot the lights out this season with only two goals on 88 SOG, but he's chugging along at over a half-point-per-game pace with 23 in 42 games, good for 16th among league defensemen and tops on the Rangers' blue line.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Rangers' Keith Yandle: Collects second goal of the season

    Yandle logged his second goal of the season in a 6-2 win over the Stars on Tuesday. Although he was tied for a team-high three giveaways and the veteran blue liner's name continues to get thrown around in trade speculation, he remains steady and finds the point column on most nights. The 29-year-old pending free agent has collected 21 points in 40 games this season.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Rangers' Keith Yandle: Delivers first multi-point game since October

    Yandle notched the primary assists on the Rangers' first two goals Tuesday in a 4-2 victory over Edmonton. Incredibly, this represents only Yandle's second multi-point effort of the year, with the first one having come way back on Oct. 10, the third game of the season. It's nice to see him produce a couple points at even strength, as Yandle entered with only seven non-power-play points (out of 15) in 31 games this season. A three-time 50-point man, Yandle's well off such a pace this year, but with only one goal on 69 shots, he's been the victim of some bad luck. The Rangers are a good team and he's going to keep seeing time on the man advantage, so Yandle makes for a reasonable buy-low candidate.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Rangers' Keith Yandle: Producing on the man advantage

    Yandle registered a power-play assist in Sunday's 4-1 win over Ottawa. The second year Ranger has been consistently inconsistent lately, posting an assist nearly every other game since late November. However, eight of Yandle's 14 points this season have come on the man advantage. Pair that with 61 shots on goal and owners should be once again deploying his services regularly.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Rangers' Keith Yandle: Five game slump

    Yandle has just point (assist) in his last five contests. Just his second three game point-scoring drought, despite logging third pairing ice time, the 29-year-old defenseman isn't likely to stay in any rut for too long, stay patient. Yandle is plus-4 with 10 points through 20 games played.

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    Rangers' Keith Yandle: scores first of the year against former teammates

    Yandle scored his first goal of the season in Thursday's 4-1 victory over Arizona. What could be sweeter than your first goal of the season? How about against your former team. The top-four defenseman is off to a very solid beginning to the season with five points through the team's first eight games.

  • Rangers' Yandle (Shoulder) Feels 100 Percent

    News: Keith Yandle (shoulder) says his shoulder is 100 percent and feels no ill effects from the injury he sustained during the playoffs, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
    Analysis: The entire Rangers' top four played through a spate of injuries during the postseason, most of which weren't revealed until after their season ended. Keith Yandle seemed to play better during the playoffs than he did during the regular season for the Rangers, as he struggled to adjust to his new surroundings after being moved at the deadline. With a full training camp under his belt in addition to the games he played last season, Yandle should be more settled in his role as a scoring defenseman for a Rangers team that looks poised to make another deep run in the playoffs.
  • Rangers' Yandle Played With Sprained AC Joint

    News: Keith Yandle (shoulder) played with a sprained AC joint for much of the Rangers' playoff run, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.
    Analysis: The injury didn't noticeably affect Keith Yandle's playing time or production during the playoffs, but the fact that New York was so banged up on the blue line (Ryan McDonagh, Marc Staal, and Dan Girardi also played through injuries) likely contributed to their demise in the Eastern Conference Finals. The injury shouldn't prevent Yandle from being back at full health when training camp commences in September.
  • Yandle Helps Rangers Force Game 7 Against Tampa

    News: Keith Yandle scored his second goal of the playoffs and added a power-play assist Tuesday in a Game 6 victory against Tampa Bay.
    Analysis: He's played his best hockey since joining the Rangers -- by far -- in the Eastern Conference finals against the Lightning. Over the first six games, Keith Yandle's racked up seven points and a plus-6 rating, as this series' fast-paced play has been right up his alley. The Rangers will be counting on Yandle to help drive their offense from the blue line in Game 7 on Friday.
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