Haley appeared in just four games for the Senators and did not produce a point before ending his season with a groin injury.
Haley's value to the Senators exists in one way: mentoring their younger players without costing too much money. With his lower salary and his Guelph hometown sitting just five hours away, a return to Ottawa (he's a UFA) would make sense if the Senators want to keep him around for his locker room presence. However, his fantasy value exists only in terms of penalty minutes, and he's not on the ice often enough to get to the box.
Haley was returned to Ottawa's taxi squad Wednesday.
Haley will likely continue to shuffle between the Senators' active roster and taxi squad throughout the campaign. He's gone scoreless while averaging just 6:03 of ice time in four top-level appearances this season.
Haley has been added to Ottawa's active roster.
Although Haley's been added to the active roster, he isn't expected to be in the lineup for Tuesday's matchup with Montreal. He's gone scoreless while averaging just 5:56 of ice time through three games this campaign.
Haley was reassigned to the Senators' taxi squad Wednesday.
Haley drew into the lineup for Ottawa's last two games, posting a minus-1 rating and six hits while averaging just 5:04 of ice time. Artem Anisimov was added to the active roster in a corresponding move Wednesday, so Haley could be in for an extended stay on the taxi squad.
Haley was promoted to Ottawa's active roster Tuesday.
Haley is expected to skate on the Senators' fourth line Tuesday against Montreal. He's posted five PIM and four hits through two games this campaign.
Haley was assigned to the taxi squad Monday.
Haley was essentially there to fill out a roster spot, as he got just 3:32 of ice time Sunday against Montreal. At 34, his role is simply to provide a warm body on the bottom six, so don't worry about him for your fantasy roster.
Haley was activated from the practice squad Sunday, Steve Lloyd of TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Haley could make his first appearance with the big club since Jan. 23, when he logged three hits and five PIM across 7:39 of ice time. If the 34-year-old suits up for Sunday's game versus the Canadiens, he's expected to stay in a bottom-six role.
Haley was reassigned to the taxi squad Monday.
Haley logged 7:39 of ice time in Saturday's matchup with Winnipeg in which he registered three hits and five PIM. With the winger back on the taxi squad, it could clear the way for Tim Stutzle (undisclosed) to be activated ahead of the club's clash with Vancouver on Monday.
Haley has been promoted from the taxi squad to the active roster ahead of Saturday's game versus Winnipeg.
Haley is expected to skate on the Senators' fourth line during Saturday's contest. The 34-year-old winger picked up one goal and 50 PIM in 22 games with the Rangers last campaign.
Haley (upper body) inked a one-year, two-way contract with Ottawa on Friday.
Haley saw action in 22 games for the Rangers last season in which he garnered one goal, 50 PIM and a minus-7 rating. The 33-year-old winger hasn't been a full-time NHL player since 2017-18, when he played 75 contests for the Panthers. Given the lack of depth for the Senators, Haley could be in the mix for regular minutes with Ottawa, though he figures to still spend some time in the minors.
Haley will undergo surgery to repair a bilateral core muscle injury and will be out indefinitely.
It's likely Haley is placed on injured reserve with no clear timeline to return. The 33-year-old forward has been a healthy scratch in 10 of the last 14 games, so his absence won't shake up the offensive dynamic too much.
Haley remained a healthy scratch Saturday in Vancouver.
Haley is yet to dress in 2020, last playing Dec. 28 against Toronto. The tough guy has dressed in 18 games for New York, scoring one goal while failing to crack 10 minutes of ice time in any contest.
Haley is back with the Rangers and is expected to skate on New York's fourth line during Saturday's game versus Montreal, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Haley has one goal in 10 games with the Rangers this season. Placed on waivers Nov. 17, the depth winger is back with the big club and will skate on New York's fourth line, meaning Haley does not belong on anyone's fantasy radar. Tim Gettinger is expected to come out of the lineup to make room for Haley.
Haley was placed on waivers Sunday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Haley scored one goal in 10 games with the Rangers this season while averaging just 5:49 of ice time per game. He skated just 1:26 in Saturday's loss to the Panthers. The 33-year-old could suit up for AHL Hartford if he clears waivers.
Haley (undisclosed) is projected to be a healthy scratch for Tuesday's matchup with Pittsburgh, NHL.com's Dan Rosen reports.
At the time it wasn't clear if Haley was scratched from the lineup for Sunday's game against Florida due to an injury or a coach's decision, but at this point it's become clear that the hard-nosed winger just isn't fitting into coach David Quinn's plans. The 33-year-old forward will continue to struggle to find consistent playing time in 2019-20.
Haley (undisclosed) will remain out of the lineup for Sunday's matinee against the Panthers, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Coach David Quinn made a cryptic comment about some guys being banged up prior to Haley's removal from the lineup Thursday, but it's not clear if the enforcer is hurt or a healthy scratch. Given Haley's irrelevance in fantasy, the reason for his absence isn't too pressing.
Haley won't play in Thursday's game against the Hurricanes, Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post reports. Cyrgalis also suggests that Haley may have been the player being referred to earlier in the day when coach David Quinn indicated there were some guys dealing with health issues.
Regardless of whether he's dealing with an issue or is just a healthy scratch, Haley will surrender his spot in the lineup to Greg McKegg, who will slot in as the left wing on the fourth line. We will provide an update on Haley's condition when his status is clarified for future tilts.
Haley scored a goal on three shots and delivered three hits in Sunday's 7-4 loss to the Bruins.
Haley drove the net and banged home a rebound midway through the first period to put the Rangers on top 1-0. It was the first point of the season for the veteran, depth winger who is in his second stint with the Rangers. He had two goals and six points in 43 games last season with the Panthers and Sharks.
Haley served as a healthy scratch versus Arizona on Tuesday, with coach David Quinn opting instead to carry seven defensemen.
Haley has been relegated to the press box in four of seven games this season and appears no closer to earning a spot in the lineup. When he has played, the winger has logged a mere 6:36 of ice time per game. Barring a run of injuries opening up playing time, the 33-year-old will be hard pressed to top the 10-point mark this year.
Haley officially put pen to paper on a one-year, two-way contract with the Rangers on Tuesday.
Haley turned a training camp tryout into a one-year deal with New York. While he appears set to start the year in the NHL, the winger could log some time in the minors with AHL Hartford. In 43 games for the Sharks and Panthers last year, the 32-year-old notched two goals and four helpers. Given his limited offensive upside, and the fact that he could frequently serve as a healthy scratch, Haley won't offer much in terms of fantasy value.
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