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Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Gathers helper in win
Lindgren posted an assist and three shots on goal in Friday's 5-3 win over the Penguins.
Lindgren helped out on the second of Mika Zibanejad's tallies in the contest. While he's been limited to only three appearances in this first-round series, Lindgren has two points, eight blocked shots, five hits and nine shots on net in a top-four role. Though his defense is better than his offense, he'll remain a key part of the Rangers' structure heading into Sunday's Game 7.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Still sidelined for Game 5
Lindgren (lower body) will be unavailable against Pittsburgh for Wednesday's Game 5, Dan Rosen of NHL.com.
Lindgren will be out of action for his fourth consecutive contest due to his lingering lower-body issue. The defenseman is currently mired in a 46-game goal drought dating back to Jan. 8 versus Anaheim during which he has managed just 46 shots, eight assists and 77 hits.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Set to play
Lindgren (lower body) participated in line rushes and is expected to return to the lineup for Wednesday's Game 5 versus the Penguins, Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today reports.
Lindgren has missed the last three games, but it appears he'll be able to return to a top-four role for this contest. Dryden Hunt is expected to exit the lineup as the Rangers will provide themselves with some insurance by dressing Patrik Nemeth as the seventh defenseman.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Game-time call
Lindgren (lower body) will be a game-time decision for Wednesday's Game 5 versus the Penguins, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Lindgren's status for Wednesday's contest won't be confirmed until the Rangers take the ice for pregame warmups. If Lindgren's able to go, New York may role with seven defensemen and 11 forwards for Game 5.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Unavailable Monday
Lindgren (lower body) will not play Monday against the Penguins, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Lindgren didn't take warmups, so it appears he wasn't really close to returning Monday. He's now missed three straight games, and his next chance to suit up will be Game 5 on Wednesday.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Game-time call Monday
Lindgren (lower body) is considered a game-time call ahead of Monday's Game 4 matchup with Pittsburgh, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports.
Lindgren skated in the Rangers' fourth pairing, according to Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today, so it seems he may not be quite ready to return to action after missing the previous two contests. Even if the 24-year-old Minnesota native does suit up for Game 3, few fantasy players figure to be impacted by his return considering he is pointless in nine straight contests and hasn't scored a goal since Jan. 8 versus the Ducks, a stretch of 46 games.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Unlikely to play Saturday
Lindgren (lower body) is not expected to play Saturday in Game 3 versus the Penguins, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports.
Given that Lindgren traveled with the team, he's likely not too far off from a return. The 24-year-old's next chance to play is Monday in Game 4. Justin Braun will likely remain in the lineup while Lindgren is out.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Not playing Thursday
Lindgren (lower body) will not be available for Game 2 against the Penguins on Thursday, Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today reports.
Lindgren was originally expected to play Thursday but his injury appears to be more serious than anticipated. Until another update is available, he'll be questionable for Game 3 on Saturday. Justin Braun will dress in his absence.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Game-time call Thursday
Lindgren (lower body) will be a game-time decision against the Penguins on Thursday, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Lindgren suffered an injury during Game 1 on Tuesday and is now considered questionable for Game 2. The blueliner logged 28:44 of ice time and blocked three shots in the loss. If he's unable to go, Justin Braun or Libor Hajek could slide into the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Banged up but expected to play
Lindren exited Tuesday's Game 1 overtime loss to the Penguins with a lower-body issue, but he's expected to be available for Thursday's Game 2 against Pittsburgh, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Lindgren logged a whopping 28:44 of ice time in Tuesday's triple-overtime affair, picking up three hits and five blocks, so he's likely dealing with some soreness, but he should nonetheless be available for Game 2. If Lindgren's unexpectedly unable to go, Justin Braun will likely draw into the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Exits in overtime
Lindgren (lower body) left Tuesday's Game 1 versus the Penguins, Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today reports.
Lindgren was in and out of this contest multiple times, ultimately leaving for good late in the second overtime. Gerard Gallant didn't specify beyond labeling it a lower-body injury, which leaves Lindgren as day-to-day ahead of Thursday's Game 2. If he can't play, Justin Braun will likely enter the lineup.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Playing after rest day
Lindgren (rest) is poised to suit up versus Washington on Friday after sitting out Tuesday's matchup with Montreal, Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today reports.
Considering Lindgren is mired in a 44-game goal drought and is pointless in his previous seven outings, few fantasy players figure to be impacted by his return to action. Without a role on the power play, the 24-year-old defenseman is unlikely to offer much fantasy value.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Rare multi-point game in win
Lindgren dished out two assists Saturday's 5-1 win over the Senators.
Lindgren got the primary assist on the first of Chris Kreider's two goals, then notched the secondary helper on Ryan Strome's goal later in the second period. This was Lindgren's first multi-point game since Jan. 8, when he scored two goals against the Ducks. The stay-at-home defenseman hasn't scored a goal since then.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: One point in last 12
Lindgren had a shot and a blocked shot in Wednesday's 5-4 overtime win over the Red Wings.
Lindgren has just one assist in his last 12 games, and his goal drought dates back to Jan. 8. He's not in the lineup to score, though, as Lindgren's stay-at-home style allows his defense partner Adam Fox - who's averaging over a point per game - to take more chances in the offensive zone.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Slides helper in Friday's win
Lindgren notched an assist, three hits and three blocked shots in Friday's 3-1 win over the Devils.
Lindgren picked off a pass in the neutral zone and then laid off a pass to Filip Chytil for the Rangers' go-ahead goal in the second period. The 24-year-old Lindgren has just two helpers in nine games since the start of February, playing more of a defensive role on the top pairing. The Minnesota native has 11 points, 113 blocked shots, 94 hits, 48 shots on goal and a plus-17 rating in 52 outings this season.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Sacrifices body in win
Lindgren had a game-high four blocked shots in Wednesday's 5-3 win over the Blues.
Lindgren offers grit and physicality to complement Adam Fox's skill and smarts on the Rangers' top pairing, and both players demonstrated those respective attributes in this one, as Fox dished out three assists while Lindgren made an impact in the defensive zone. His fourth block hobbled Lindgren in front of the Rangers' net, prompting goalie Igor Shesterkin to come out of his cage and start pushing the defenseman towards the bench. Lindgren looked to be in a lot of pain after the play, but there's been no indication that his availability for Friday's game against New Jersey is in doubt.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Fortuitous helper Wednesday
Lindgren posted an assist in Wednesday's 6-3 win over the Maple Leafs.
Lindgren was fortunate that his third-period shot was blocked because it sent the puck directly in the path of teammate Ryan Strome, who was all alone on the right side of the net for the game-winning goal. It counts as a helper for Lindgren, who has four of those to complement four more goals through 37 games this season.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Doubles goal total Saturday
Lindgren scored twice on three shots, went plus-2 and added two PIM in Saturday's 4-1 win over the Ducks.
Lindgren provided a pair of insurance tallies, including an empty-netter, in the final 10 minutes of the game. The 23-year-old defenseman doubled his goal total for the season to four, and he's added three assists in 33 contests. The Minnesota native is more of a defensive presence in the top four, so multi-point efforts shouldn't be expected often. He's logged 69 blocked shots, 55 hits, 16 PIM and a plus-13 rating.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Supplies assist in return
Lindgren notched an assist, four hits and a plus-2 rating in Monday's 4-1 win over the Oilers.
Lindgren earned the secondary helper on Alexis Lafreniere's opening tally at 5:25 of the first period. The 23-year-old Lindgren missed three games while in the COVID-19 protocols, but his absence likely wasn't felt in fantasy. The defenseman has five points, 27 shots on net, 48 hits, 67 blocked shots and a plus-11 rating in 31 contests this year. His solid play in his own zone allows his regular defense partner, Adam Fox, to get more involved in offense.... See More ... See Less
Rangers' Ryan Lindgren: Exits COVID protocols
Lindgren (COVID-19 protocols) was cleared to return to the active roster ahead of Monday's matchup with Edmonton, per CapFriendly.
Considering Lindgren has garnered just four points in 30 appearances this season, few fantasy players are likely to be impacted by his return to the lineup. Still, the defensive-minded blueliner could help limit the shot attempts faced by the Rangers' netminders and should resume logging over 20 minutes of ice time per night.... See More ... See Less
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