Chytil (lower body) will not suit up for Wednesday's contest in Colorado.
Chytil was injured Tuesday against Dallas and he's not fit to play in Wednesday's contest. There's no timetable for his return, but his next chance to play will be Saturday in Arizona.
Chytil (lower body) will not return to Tuesday's game against the Stars.
Chytil played 5:32 during the first period of Tuesday's game, but he was ruled out during the intermission. It's unclear what happened to the Czech forward. If he isn't ready to go in time for Wednesday's game against the Avalanche, expect the Rangers to call up a forward from AHL Hartford.
Chytil (upper body) is taking line rushes and will play Saturday against San Jose, Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post reports.
Chytil left Friday's game early but is seemingly fine and will skate on the Rangers' third line against the Sharks. He's got a goal and an assist in his last two games, so the 20-year-old is looking to push his point streak to three games. On the season, Chytil has 13 goals, nine assists and 22 points in 51 games.
Chytil (upper body) is a game-time decision for Saturday's matchup versus the Sharks.
Chytil didn't return to Friday's game versus the Hurricanes after sustaining an upper-body injury, so his uncertain status is no surprise. The 2017 first-round pick has had a solid February with five points and 25 shots on net over 11 games, including a point in each of the last two contests. If he can't go, Greg McKegg or natural defenseman Brendan Smith will enter the lineup.
Chytil picked up an upper-body injury in Friday's game against the Hurricanes, Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post reports.
Chytil was limited to 10:19 of ice time in the game, registering a power-play assist and two blocked shots. Per Cyrgalis, head coach David Quinn expects to know more about Chytil's status Friday night. An update on the 20-year-old's availability should surface prior to Saturday's game against the Sharks.
Chytil had a pair of assists and four shots in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Kings.
Chytil drew the primary assists on Kaapo Kakko's game-winner and Tony DeAngelo's empty-netter. The 20-year-old has collected a career-high 12 goals and eight assists in 44 games after an 11-goal, 12-assist rookie campaign in 2018-19.
Chytil scored his 12th goal of the season and had three shots in a 5-3 win over the Maple Leafs on Wednesday.
Chytil entered the night without a point in his last seven games but put that skid to bed midway through the first period, re-directing a Marc Staal feed on the doorstep. The 20-year-old has now topped the 11 goals he scored in 75 games a season ago.
Chytil scored a goal and an assist and had three shots in Saturday's 5-2 loss to the Blues. He also won 10 of 17 faceoffs (58.8 percent) and was plus-2.
Chytil opened the scoring 94 seconds into the game, netting his 11th goal of the season to match his 2018-19 total. He also assisted on Brett Howden's second-period goal for his first multi-point game since Nov. 14. The 20-year-old has 16 points in 35 games and appears to be a safe bet to top the 23 points he put up in 75 games a year ago.
Chytil potted a power-play goal on three shots in Thursday's 4-3 loss to the Flames.
Chytil buried a rebound just 25 seconds after Jacob Trouba's goal pulled the Rangers within one. The 20-year-old center has 10 goals and four helpers through 31 games this year, on pace to top the 23 points he produced on 2018-19, his first full year in the league. Chytil has added 66 shots on goal and a plus-5 rating.
Chytil scored a goal on three shots in a 5-1 win over Anaheim on Sunday.
Chytil opened the scoring just over seven minutes into the game, igniting a three-goal first period for the Rangers. It was the first goal for Chytil since Nov. 29, halting a 10-game drought for the 20-year-old. He has nine goals and 12 points in 26 games, putting him on the verge of eclipsing the 11 goals he scored in 75 games last season.
Chytil produced two assists and a pair of shots on goal in Thursday's 6-3 win over the Sharks.
Chytil had the primary assists on goals by Jesper Fast in the second period and Artemi Panarin in the third. The two-helper outing ended a six-game slump for Chytil, who now has 12 points and 49 shots on goal through 22 appearances. The 20-year-old is still working on consistency in his game, but as a first-round pick (2017), he's worth a stash in dynasty formats.
Chytil had two goals Thursday in a 9-3 loss to the Lightning.
The Rangers didn't have many bright spots on the night, so this performance was a sweet one. Chytil has a bright future and right now, he's rolling with a four-game, five-point scoring streak. It includes four goals. That makes Chytil a worthy short-term waiver addition.
Chytil picked up an assist versus the Penguins on Tuesday.
Chytil is riding a three-game point streak and has racked up five points in seven outings this year. The Czech's productivity should allow him to maintain a spot with the Rangers and avoid being sent back to AHL Hartford, though the eventual return of Mika Zibanejad (upper body) figures to see him bumped down to a bottom-six role.
Chytil scored his first goal of the season and had three shots in Tuesday's 4-1 win over the Lightning.
Chytil was just recalled from the AHL on Monday as the Rangers deal with injuries to their forward corps. The 20-year-old drove the slot and deftly re-directed a Pavel Buchnevich feed for what proved to be the game-winning goal. Chytil appeared in 75 games with the Rangers in 2018-19 and tallied 11 goals and 23 points, but was making his 2019-20 debut Tuesday.
Chytil was promoted from AHL Hartford on Monday.
Chytil has scored at a point-per-game pace through nine AHL contests this season. The Rangers are dealing with several injuries to key forwards, including center Mika Zibanejad (upper body). If he misses some time, expect Chytil to make his season debut.
Chytil was reassigned to the minors Monday.
After appearing in 75 games for the Rangers last season, Chytil figured to be a near lock for the 23-man roster, but it appears Brett Howden and Lias Andersson have beaten him out for a spot. The 20-year-old Chytil should be atop the list of potential call-ups throughout the year, but for now appears set to play with the Wolf Pack for the first time since 2017-18.
Chytil (undisclosed) will make his preseason debut Friday against the Devils, Brett Cyrgalis of the New York Post reports.
Chytil missed the final three games of 2018-19 due to an undisclosed issue, but he's had plenty of time to recover from that injury during the offseason, and will use the rest of the Rangers' preseason schedule to get tuned up ahead of his sophomore campaign. The 20-year-old pivot notched 11 goals and 23 points in 75 games during his rookie season, and shouldn't have any trouble scoring double-digit goals and eclipsing the 30-point mark while filling a top-six role and skating on New York's second power-play unit in 2019-20.
Chytil (undisclosed) will not play Friday and is expected to sit out again for Saturday's regular-season finale, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.
Assuming he can't return as it appears, Chytil will wrap up his first full campaign with the Rangers having amassed 23 points -- 11 goals and 12 assists -- while posting a minus-22 rating over 75 games. While it won't win you any fantasy hardware, the Czech Republic native is still just 19 years old and growing as a player. He should have another full season ahead of him in 2018-19 and could have a better year if the Rangers make some offseason moves to improve the surrounding talent.
Chytil will not play Wednesday and is considered day-to-day moving forward.
The reason behind Chytil's absence remains unclear, but it will cost him at least one contest and likely leaves him a question mark for Friday's game against the Blue Jackets. Pavel Buchnevich (concussion) is considered a question mark for the contest and would likely draw in if he's cleared. Otherwise, look for the Rangers to roll with 11 forwards and seven defensemen.
Chytil (illness) is in the projected lineup for Saturday's game against Toronto, NHL.com's Dave McCarthy reports.
Chytil missed Tuesday's game against Detroit due to an illness, but he was never expected to be sidelined for long. The 19-year-old rookie, who's notched 21 points in 69 games this campaign, will skate on the Rangers' fourth line against the Maple Leafs.
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