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Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Receives fine Saturday
Trouba received a $5,000 fine for high-sticking Boston's Trent Frederic in Saturday's game.
Trouba is no stranger to walking a fine line with his play, but he crossed it with his actions Saturday. The 29-year-old defenseman was not penalized during the game, but he added an assist, two shots on goal, three blocked shots and a plus-4 rating in a 7-4 win.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Totals two helpers in Metroplex
Trouba ended up with two assists in Monday's 6-3 loss against the Stars.
The veteran rearguard was the only Rangers player who posted a positive plus/minus rating, and he ended up with a team-high four shots on goal while contributing three blocked shots and a hit in his team-high 23:57 of ice time. After managing just one goal and three points in nine October games, Trouba has posted four points (all assists) in seven November contests.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Gets physical against old team
Trouba had an assist in Monday's 3-2 overtime win against the Jets.
The veteran rearguard appeared to be excited to play in his old stomping grounds, as he played his first six NHL seasons in Winnipeg from 2013-19. Trouba ended up with a plus-1 rating with four blocked shots and a hit in his 23:54 of ice time. He and the Rangers are back at it Thursday against the Hurricanes.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Hands out helper
Trouba logged an assist, two PIM, three hits and four blocked shots in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Kraken.
Trouba took a hard shot that leaked through Philipp Grubauer, allowing Kaapo Kakko a tap-in at the goal line in the second period. This was Trouba's first point since Opening Night. The 29-year-old blueliner has a goal, an assist, 10 shots on net, 16 PIM, nine hits and 21 blocked shots through five appearances. He's a lock to stay in the Rangers' top four as one of the elite physical players in the NHL.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Records plenty of PIM
Trouba didn't score in Monday's 2-1 win against the Coyotes, but he logged 12 PIM.
The veteran defenseman and irritant was good for a plus-1 rating, three shots on goal and three blocked shots. Trouba was also involved in a late-game fracas, picking up a roughing penalty and a game misconduct. For the 11th consecutive NHL season, Trouba is out of the running for the Lady Byng Trophy, though he should continue to be an effective source of hits, blocks and PIM in fantasy.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Rewarded late for sacrificing body
Trouba scored an empty-net goal on his only shot to go with eight blocked shots and one hit in Thursday's 5-1 win over the Sabres.
The Rangers' captain led by example in the team's first official game with coach Peter Laviolette behind the bench. Trouba constantly put his body on the line to help stifle Buffalo's dangerous offense. His efforts were rewarded with a lucky bounce late in the third period, as Trouba's clearing attempt from his own zone found Buffalo's empty net to round out the scoring with 1:29 remaining.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Good to go
Trouba (upper body) will play Thursday versus the Blues, Mollie Walker of the New York Post reports.
Trouba left Wednesday's game versus the Lightning early. He's since been able to shake off the injury, so he can be expected to take on his usual top-four role. With Patrick Kane (lower body) still out, the Rangers will dress seven defensemen, which should further ease the burden on Trouba.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Questionable Thursday
Trouba (upper body) is considered questionable for Thursday's contest against St. Louis.
Trouba sustained the injury during the first period of Wednesday's game and logged just 2:41 of ice time as a result. He has eight goals, 30 points, 59 PIM, 210 hits and 188 blocks in 78 appearances this season. If he plays Thursday, it will likely be on a pairing with K'Andre Miller.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Will travel with team
Trouba (upper body) will accompany the Rangers to St. Louis for Thursday's game, though it's unclear if he'll play in that contest, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports.
The fact that Trouba is traveling is an encouraging sign that his injury isn't too severe. If he can't play Thursday, the Rangers might have to play short a man if Patrick Kane (lower body) is also out.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Sustains upper-body injury
Trouba won't return to Wednesday's game versus the Lightning due to an upper-body injury, Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today reports.
Trouba and Corey Perry collided, with Trouba getting the worst of the fall as their legs came together. It's unclear if the 29-year-old will join the Rangers on their two-game road trip, which begins Thursday in St. Louis.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Adds two helpers in blowout win
Trouba logged a pair of assists in Sunday's 7-0 win over the Predators.
Trouba set up Tyler Motte in the first period before adding a second assist on Chris Kreider's tally in the second. It's Trouba's second consecutive two-point game, as he's up to eight goals and 20 assists through 70 contests this season. The 29-year-old defenseman has also added 191 hits and 176 blocked shots.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Stays hot Saturday
Trouba had a goal and an assist in the Rangers' 6-0 victory over Pittsburgh on Saturday.
The good times continued for Trouba, who has four goals and eight points over his last eight games. That's in stark contrast to his production from Dec. 20-March 1, in which he was limited to two goals and seven points over 28 contests. Trouba's latest marker came midway through the second period to increase the Rangers' lead to 5-0. The 29-year-old's up to eight goals and 26 points in 69 appearances in 2022-23.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Two-point effort Thursday
Trouba scored an even-strength goal and added a power-play assist in Thursday's 4-3 shootout win over Montreal.
Both points came in the second period and the two teams traded tallies through the first 40 minutes. Trouba had a modest three-game point streak going, and while that follows an eight-game point drought, the Rangers' recent trade additions give the team more than enough talent up front to make the veteran blueliner's spot on the second power-play unit intriguing from a fantasy perspective. Trouba has six goals and 22 points through 64 games on the season, rounding out his value with 55 PIM, 161 blocked shots, 168 shots on net and 175 hits, but he could see a boost to his offense the rest of the way.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Nets fourth goal of season
Trouba contributed a goal in a 6-3 win over Seattle on Friday.
Trouba found the back of the net at 14:29 of the first period, and his marker came while New York had the man advantage. It was his fourth goal and 17th point in 52 games this season. Trouba was scoreless in nine straight contests from Jan. 10-Feb. 6, but the 28-year-old has supplied a goal and three points over his last two games.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Bags two apples in win
Trouba recorded two assists, three hits and a plus-3 rating in Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Canucks.
Trouba has been locked in coming out of the All-Star break, as this effort comes on the heels of a dominant physical performance against the Flames on Monday, when Trouba fought twice after delivering a pair of massive clean hits. The Rangers' versatile captain showed some skill along with his physicality in this one, snapping a nine-game point drought to raise his point total to 16 through 51 games. With the offensive emergence of defense partner K'Andre Miller -- who had three assists in this one -- Trouba has settled into more of a stay-at-home role for the Rangers.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Jacob Trouba: Two PP points in win
Trouba scored a goal and an assist, both on the power play, in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Hurricanes.
He scored the Rangers' first goal of the evening and helped set up the team's last into an empty net, giving Trouba his first power-play points of the year. In between he was a minus-3 however, highlighting his inconsistency. Despite his occasional lapses, the veteran blueliner has found a groove over the last month, recording seven of his 13 points on the season -- including all three of his goals -- over the last 13 games while adding 30 shots on net, 32 blocked shots, 34 hits and an overall plus-2 rating.... See More ... See Less
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