Brodzinski was sent to the taxi squad Monday, CBS Sports reports.
Brodzinski continues to dance between the active roster and taxi squad while the Rangers deal with some injuries in the forward group. Once healthy, the team will likely leave the 27-year-old in the press box as a healthy scratch.
Brodzinski was promoted to the active roster for Sunday's game against Boston, CBS Sports reports.
Brodzinski has been in the lineup for the last three games with the Rangers. He should continue playing as long as Artemi Panarin (not injury related) and Kaapo Kakko (COVID-19 protocol) are out.
Brodzinski was demoted to the taxi squad Saturday, per CapFriendly.
Brodzinski will likely be promoted prior to Sunday's game versus the Bruins, as he's seen a fair amount of bottom-six usage lately. He scored a goal in Friday's 6-2 win over the Bruins, his first tally of the year.
Brodzinski was recalled from the taxi squad Friday, CBS Sports reports.
Brodzinski will be in the lineup for the second straight game with Artemi Panarin (not injury related) out. He's racked up six points in four AHL games this season but he's still searching for his first point as a Ranger.
Brodzinski was returned to the taxi squad Thursday, per CapFriendly.
Brodzinski has recently been in the mix for fourth-line minutes, so he is likely to shuffle between the active roster and the taxi squad.
Brodzinski was recalled from the taxi squad Wednesday.
Brodzinski's expected to slot in on the fourth line Wednesday against the Flyers with Kaapo Kakko (COVID-19 protocols) and Artemi Panarin (not injury related) both out of the lineup. The 27-year-old Minnesota native has played in one game for the Rangers this season, skating 7:33 in a Feb. 1 matchup against Pittsburgh.
Brodzinski was added to the taxi squad Monday, CBS Sports reports.
There's some uncertainty within the Rangers' forward group, including Kaapo Kakko (COVID-19 protocol) and Artemi Panarin (personal), so Brodzinski is being recalled as an insurance body. The 24-year-old has six points in four AHL games this season.
Brodzinski was reassigned to AHL Hartford on Tuesday, per TSN.
Brodzinski appeared in Monday's game versus the Penguins, registering a shot on goal and two PIM. His return to the minors may be temporary if the Rangers don't get a forward back prior to Thursday's game against the Capitals.
Brodzinski was recalled from AHL Hartford on Monday.
Brodzinski will add depth ahead of Monday's game versus the Penguins because Colin Blackwell (upper body) and Filip Chytil (upper body) have both been ruled out. The 27-year-old played just three NHL games last season and has yet to make his debut this year.
Brodzinski was waived by the Rangers on Monday, Rick Carpiniello of The Athletic reports.
Brodzinski's failure to make the team comes as no surprise considering he came into camp on the outside looking in. The winger was signed to provide organizational depth and is unlikely to see any NHL time this year barring a slew of injuries.
Brodzinski signed a contract with the Rangers on Friday. Terms of the deal were not announced.
Since the 2016-17 season, Brodzinski has appeared in 57 regular-season NHL contests, posting a meager 12 points. The 27-year-old has been efficient at times in the minors, as evidenced by his AHL output of 28, 49, 30 and 30 points in four of the last five seasons. He'll add organizational depth to the Rangers and doesn't figure to make a fantasy splash anytime soon.
Brodzinski (shoulder) was sent down to AHL San Jose on Monday.
According to the team's release, Brodzinski's demotion was not a conditioning assignment, so it appears the winger is fully fit. In his stead, Lean Bergmann will get another shot at the NHL. In three appearances this year, Brodzinski notched one assist, five shots and three hits while averaging 7:24 of ice time.
Brodzinski (shoulder) will not play Saturday against Vancouver and is expected to be out for the near future, Curtis Pashelka of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Originally expected to return, Brodzinski will not be in San Jose's lineup when the team battles Vancouver. The winger is dealing with a shoulder injury and is likely to miss a handful of games as a result of it, according to coach Pete DeBoer. Lukas Radil will take Brodzinski's place in the Sharks' lineup.
According to NHL.com, Brodzinski (shoulder) is in the projected lineup for Saturday's game against Vancouver.
Brodzinski was bothered by a shoulder issue during Friday's loss to the Jets, but whatever he's dealing with evidently isn't serious enough to hold him out of game action. The 26-year-old forward has picked up one assist while averaging just 7:24 of ice time in three games this campaign.
Brodzinski produced an assist in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Jets.
The winger also had to leave the game multiple times. After the game, head coach Pete DeBoer relayed that it was a shoulder issue for Brodzinski, according to Sharks beat writer Sheng Peng. Brodzinski is currently day-to-day, with Lukas Radil the likely candidate to draw in if he can't go Saturday versus the Canucks.
The Sharks recalled Brodzinski from AHL San Jose on Monday.
Brodzinski was pointless in his two NHL games this year, but he's been impressive in the minors with three points in three contests. He'll join the Sharks as they travel to the East Coast for a five-game road trip. Brodzinski will serve as a reserve for now, but he could enter the lineup in the case of an injury or poor play.
The Sharks waived Brodzinski on Wednesday, Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet reports.
Brodzinski has struggled to crack the lineup early on this season, suiting up for just two of San Jose's first four games, and when he has drawn in, he hasn't played much, averaging just 8:51 of ice time over that pair of contests. In the likely event that the 26-year-old winger goes unclaimed, he'll be assigned to AHL San Jose.
Brodzinski secured a one-year contract from San Jose on Tuesday.
Brodzinski missed much of the 2018-19 campaign due to a shoulder injury, logging a mere 13 games for the Kings once cleared to play. The winger will serve in a bottom-six role for the Sharks and likely has a ceiling in the 10-15 point range even if he plays in all 82 contests.
Kings general manager Rob Blake announced that the team will not re-sign Brodzinski, making him an unrestricted free agent July 1, Curtis Zupke of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Brodzinski was injured during the preseason in 2018 and didn't make his NHL season debut until late February. He scored two goals and three assists in 13 NHL games during the 2018-19 campaign. Brodzinski will turn 26 later this week and could be an interesting depth signing this offseason.
Brodzinski scored his second goal of the year in Monday's 3-0 win over the Flames.
The Kings held a nervy 1-0 lead for over 50 minutes before Brodzinski doubled the advantage. The fourth-line winger has three points in 10 games this season, although he's had nine of his 16 hits in his last two appearances.
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