DeAngelo is expected to return to the lineup for Friday's game against the Penguins, Rick Carpiniello of The Athletic reports.
DeAngelo has been a healthy scratch for the Rangers' last two games after taking an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the season opener versus the Islanders last Thursday, but he's expected to return to his role skating on New York's third pairing and second power-play unit Friday. He'll need to generate some offense in order to hold on to his spot in the lineup, as DeAngelo's play in his own end is often times questionable at best.
DeAngelo's discipline is over, but coach David Quinn said he'll remain a healthy scratch Tuesday against the Devils, Rick Carpiniello of The Athletic reports.
Quinn scratched DeAngelo on Saturday after he took an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty in the season opener, and the coach doesn't want to rock the boat following Saturday's 5-0 win, so DeAngelo will remain on the bench against New Jersey. Given Quinn's reluctance to mess with a winning formula, DeAngelo may not crack the lineup again until the next time New York loses.
DeAngelo will be a healthy scratch for Saturday's game against the Islanders, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
DeAngelo went minus-1 and took an unsportsmanlike penalty in Thursday's season opener against the Islanders, so coach David Quinn is probably hoping Saturday's scratch will light a fire under the 25-year-old blueliner. DeAngelo could return to action as soon as Tuesday against the Devils.
DeAngelo skated with the taxi squad during Friday's practice, Rick Carpiniello of The Athletic reports.
The 25-year-old defenseman took an unsportsmanlike penalty during Thursday's loss, and head coach Dan Quinn expressed his displeasure with the undisciplined and immature lapse in judgement. DeAngelo is incredibly talented, especially offensively, but the character concerns Quinn addressed have unfortunately been attributed to the defenseman since his time in the OHL. For what it's worth, he was traded twice before ever establishing himself in the NHL, which is rare for a player with his natural gifts. It's unlikely he is actually sent to the taxi squad, and DeAngelo could suit up against the Islanders on Saturday, but fantasy managers will want to monitor this development.
DeAngelo agreed to terms on a two-year, $9.6 million contract with the Rangers on Thursday, Pierre LeBrun of TSN reports.
DeAngelo was a restricted free agent heading into the offseason, but the two sides were able to agree on a multi-year deal worth $4.8 AAV. The 24-year-old exploded for a career year during the 2019-20 campaign, racking up 15 goals, 53 points and a plus-12 rating while averaging 19:17 of ice time across 68 games. Now signed for the next two seasons, DeAngelo will be leaned upon to provide plenty of offense from the blue line, especially quarterbacking the power play.
DeAngelo (undisclosed) will be in the lineup for Saturday's Game 1 against Carolina, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.
DeAngelo will slot into his usual spots on the Rangers' bottom pairing and top power-play unit for Saturday's contest. The 24-year-old blueliner was fantastic during the regular season, setting career highs in goals (15) and points (53) while posting a plus-12 rating in 68 games.
DeAngelo (undisclosed) missed practice Friday and will be a game-time decision for Saturday's clash with Carolina.
DeAngelo racked up 15 goals and 38 helpers in 68 games this season, including 19 points with the man advantage. If the blueliner is unavailable against the Hurricanes, the club would likely turn to Jacob Trouba to quarterback the No. 1 power-play unit, though Adam Fox could certainly get a look, as well.
DeAngelo has 15 goals, 53 points and a plus-12 rating in 68 games this season.
The 24-year-old blueliner has erupted for a career year during the 2019-20 season, setting new career highs in goals (15), assists (38) and shots on goal (149). DeAngelo has a shot at reaching the 60-point milestone if the NHL finishes the regular season.
DeAngelo had a goal, two assists -- one on the power play -- and six shots in Thursday's 6-5 overtime triumph over Washington.
In the second period, DeAngelo scored the only Rangers goal that didn't come off the stick of teammate Mika Zibanejad, who potted New York's other five goals. DeAngelo also assisted on Zibanejad's overtime winner and dished a power-play assist in the opening frame. The 24-year-old New Jersey native has morphed into one of the league's premier offensive defensemen, as DeAngelo now has 14 goals and 52 points.
DeAngelo recorded two assists, both on the power play, in Sunday's 5-3 loss to the Flyers.
The 24-year-old blueliner continues to have a breakout campaign. DeAngelo has 13 goals and 49 points, both career highs, through 63 games, with 18 of those points (three goals, 15 helpers) coming with the man advantage.
DeAngelo collected two assists in Wednesday's 6-3 win over Chicago, including one tally with the man advantage.
Absent for his team's previous two contests, DeAngelo wasted no time making an impact in his return to game action. The defenseman's first assist of the evening came on the game's opening goal and was followed by DeAngelo's second helper on the night, coming in a seven-goal third period. Now up to 45 points in 57 games, the soon-to-be free agent is in the midst of his best season to date.
DeAngelo (upper body) will play in Wednesday's game versus the Blackhawks.
DeAngelo has sat out the last two games, but he's ready to return for the Original Six clash. The 24-year-old is a major offensive addition, especially on the man advantage, as he's racked up 13 goals and 43 points -- 14 on the power play -- through 56 games.
DeAngelo (upper body) won't play in Sunday's game versus the Bruins, Rick Carpiniello of The Athletic reports.
Although head coach David Quinn relayed that this isn't a long-term issue, DeAngelo will miss his second straight contest. This injury interrupts a career year for the blueliner, who has set new highs in goals (13), assists (30) and power-play points (14) through 56 games. He'll aim to return to the lineup Wednesday versus the Blackhawks.
DeAngelo will miss Friday's game against the Blue Jackets with an upper-body injury, Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post reports.
Coach David Quinn indicated that DeAngelo's injury isn't a long-term problem, so there's a decent chance he could return to action as soon as Sunday versus the Bruins. Either Marc Staal (illness) or Joey Keane, who was promoted from AHL Hartford on Friday, will take his place in Friday's lineup.
DeAngelo scored an empty-net goal on four shots and was plus-3 with two PIM and two blocks in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Kings.
DeAngelo's career season continued with his 13th goal and 42nd point, both career highs. The 24-year-old is also shooting a personal-high 10.9 percent. DeAngelo, a first-round pick by the Coyotes in 2014, always had offensive upside, but it's hard to believe this is the same player who scored just four goals in his first 93 games as a Ranger. Career-high shooting percentage aside, DeAngelo also has a career-high 29 assists and seems to have established himself as an upper-tier fantasy defenseman.
DeAngelo picked up two assists, one on the power play, in Friday's 4-2 win over the Red Wings.
The fourth-year blueliner continues to enjoy a breakout campaign. DeAngelo has five goals and 14 points in 13 games since Christmas, and he's already set new career highs in goals (12), points (39) and power-play points (13).
DeAngelo scored three goals on seven shots and added two assists in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Devils. He had a goal and an assist on the power play.
DeAngelo became the second defenseman in Rangers history to record five points in one game, joining Brian Leetch. All of his production came in the first two periods. DeAngelo's first goal gave his team a 2-1 lead, the second broke a 3-3 tie and ended up being the game-winner, while the third came with the extra man and completed his first career hat trick at the 15:02 mark of the middle frame. This offensive outburst pushed DeAngelo's point total to 36 in 43 games, as the 24-year-old New Jersey native has quietly turned into one of the league's best sources of points from the blue line.
DeAngelo posted two assists -- one on the man advantage -- and four hits in Tuesday's 5-3 win over the Avalanche.
The Blueshirts went down 2-0 early in the first period, but DeAngelo helped fuel the comeback with a helper on each of the Rangers' next two goals. DeAngelo set a new career high with 31 points through 42 games, and he's marked 10 power-play points for the second straight season.
DeAngelo picked up an assist and two hits in Tuesday's 7-5 loss to the Oilers.
DeAngelo's breakout campaign continues -- he's at 29 points (nine on the power play) through 39 games. He needs just one more point to match his output from last season. Additionally, the 24-year-old has 77 shots on goal and 23 PIM. His role on the top power-play unit should be more than enough to sway fantasy owners to keep him in their lineups.
DeAngelo recorded an assist with the man advantage in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Sharks.
DeAngelo found Mika Zibanejad for the first of the latter's two goals in the game, which tied the score at three in the third period. DeAngelo now has 22 points in 31 games, with seven of his points being of the power-play variety. He plays on the top unit of the Rangers' 10th-ranked power play, which is operating at a 20.9 percent clip so far. It's doing wonders for his production, which makes DeAngelo a hot commodity for fantasy blue lines.
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