Ryan (undisclosed) is expected to play in Saturday's regular-season finale against the Blue Jackets, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
Ryan will log his 78th game of the 2018-19 campaign Saturday. He's managed to work past various hand/finger injuries in recent years, and missing only a couple games this campaign helped Ryan reach 16 power-play points to complement his 25 tallies at even strength. While he's no longer a must-have in most fantasy leagues, Ryan will continue to be relied upon heavily by Ottawa since he's under contract through 2021-22 at a whopping expense of $7.25 million per season, including modified no-trade and no-move clauses in his contract.
Ryan will not play Thursday due to an injury suffered while blocking a shot during Wednesday's contest against the Rangers, TSN 1200 reports.
Ryan could still return for the season finale, so this may not be the last we've seen of the veteran forward. Thanks to staying healthier, Ryan has picked up his scoring output this season, topping 40 points for the first time since 2015-16. Unfortunately, a minus-27 rating puts a damper on his fantasy prospects heading into next season. Mikkel Boedker will draw back in Thursday in Ryan's place.
Ryan has three assists over nine games in March.
His most recent apple came in Wednesday's 7-4 loss to the Canucks. The 32-year-old winger has 38 points in 70 contests, his best output since collecting 56 points in 2015-16. Ryan owns a minus-24 rating, but makes up for it with 13 power-play points and 147 shots on goal.
Ryan (hand) will be in the lineup for Saturday's game against the Bruins.
Ryan suffered a hand injury during Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Islanders, but it clearly wasn't overly serious. The veteran winger will slot into his usual spot skating on the Senators' second line and first power-play unit against Boston.
Ryan suffered a hand injury during Thursday's 4-2 loss to the Islanders, Brent Wallace of TSN.ca reports.
Interim coach Marc Crawford doesn't believe Ryan's hand issue is overly serious, but more information regarding the oft-injured winger's condition should surface after he's reevaluated Friday.
Ryan (illness) is in the lineup Thursday versus New Jersey, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Ryan will play right wing on Ottawa's top line. The forward has points in back-to-back games and 35 total in 2018-19. Ryan does not have a multi-point outing in 2019, as his last such performance came back on Dec. 31.
Ryan (illness) is expected to suit up for Thursday's game against the Devils, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Ryan has not missed a game because of the illness he's dealing with and there appears to be a strong chance that will remain the case when the team returns to the ice Thursday. He rides a two-game point streak into this one and has seen a slight resurgence overall this season, posting 35 points through 56 games. After a pair of down years, Ryan has rejoined the fantasy radar in most leagues, thanks in part to a better-than-expected Senators attack. However, Ryan's production could dip if the Senators deal Matt Duchene before the trade deadline.
Ryan tallied a goal in Tuesday's 3-2 loss to the Coyotes.
Ryan has been heating up of late as he has four goals and one helper in his previous seven contests. At this rate, the winger should reach the 50-point mark for the first time since 2015-16 and provide top-end fantasy value the rest of the way.
Ryan scored a goal and added an assist in a 6-3 loss to the Senators on Monday.
The 6-foot-2 winger found the back of the net for the first time since Dec. 1, giving him seven so far. Ryan missed 20 games in each of the last two seasons, but fortunately has only missed three so far this year. The results are showing, as he's up to 22 points and on pace for his best offensive season since 2015-16.
Ryan (concussion) will return to the lineup for Friday's game against the Red Wings, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Ryan traveled to Detroit on Thursday in order to join his teammates for practice, which was the first sign he might be an option for Friday's contest. The oft-injured winger is expected to return to a prominent role, skating on the second line and top power-play unit against the Red Wings.
Ryan (concussion) arrived in Detroit in order to practice with the team Thursday, Dean Brown of the Senators Radio Network reports.
Ryan remains on injured reserve, but his return to practice could be an indication he will be ready to suit up versus the Red Wings on Friday. The winger has struggled to find the back of the net of late, considering he has just one goal in his previous 12 contests. With only 22 players on the roster currently, the Sens won't need to make any additional moves in order to activate Ryan.
Ryan (concussion) could rejoin the Senators soon, pending the results of a baseline test that will be performed Wednesday, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Senators coach Guy Boucher suggested that Ryan would be closing in on his return if he receives a positive report from the baseline test. The Senators will travel to Detroit for Friday's contest, so it'll be worth checking back to see if Ryan ends up making the trip to Motown. The veteran winger has been terrific this season, contributing six goals and 18 points -- including two goals and five helpers on the power play -- over 29 games in a middle-six role.
Ryan will be placed on injured reserve with a concussion Saturday.
The Senators are quite thin at the forward spot, with Ryan and Matt Duchene (lower body) joining Jean-Gabriel Pageau (Achillies) on the injured list, which had already included non-roster IR players in Marian Gaborik (back) and Clarke MacArthur (neck). As the owner of six goals, 12 assists and seven power-play points in 29 games, Ryan was doing just enough to make him a tough one to drop while he's in recovery mode. Here's hoping your league uses IR slots to wait out Ryan's injury and still be able to retain him.
Per coach Guy Boucher, Ryan (upper body) "could be" dealing with a long-term injury, Ken Warren of the Ottawa Sun reports.
The Senators will undoubtedly reevaluate Ryan ahead of Saturday's game against Pittsburgh, so a more definite update on his condition should be made available soon. The 31-year-old winger has been a solid source of secondary scoring for Ottawa this campaign, notching six goals and 18 points in 28 games, so it'd be a significant loss if he's held out long term.
Ryan won't return to Thursday's game against the Canadiens due to an upper-body injury.
The severity of Ryan's injury has yet to be revealed, but another update on his condition should surface ahead of Saturday's matchup with Pittsburgh. If Ryan's unable to go, Max McCormick will likely draw into the lineup against the Penguins.
Ryan (illness) generated three assists -- including a power-play helper -- in Friday's 6-4 road loss to the Stars.
Well, it's safe to say Ryan was feeling alright in this one. He logged 16:38 of ice time and picked up one apple in each period, bringing his running point total to 16 through 23 games.
Ryan (illness) will play in Friday's game versus the Stars, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Despite dealing with flu symptoms, Ryan will tough it out to avoid missing his first game of the season. Ryan has one assist and a minus-5 rating in the last five games, and he'll be hard-pressed to turn it around against the Stars, who rank sixth in the league with 2.68 goals allowed per contest.
Ryan is doubtful for Friday's clash with Dallas due to illness, TSN 1200 Ottawa reports.
Ryan's offensive production has all but dried up lately, as he is currently stuck in a five-game goal drought during which he has managed a lone helper. The winger's absence will stretch an already thin forward group that will be without Colin White (undisclosed). If Ryan is unable to play, it's possible that the Senators resort to dressing seven defensemen.
Ryan scored a first-period goal and added an assist on the power play in a 6-4 win over Tampa Bay on Saturday.
Ryan is scoring at a consistent pace this season, as he's only had one instance of going consecutive games without a point in 2018-19. The good news for fantasy owners is that half of his points are coming on the power play, which makes him a solid option in most formats.
Ryan (undisclosed) will be in action against the Golden Knights on Thursday, Bruce Garrioch of the Ottawa Sun reports.
The Senators are set to welcome back three players from injuries, with prized rookie Brady Tkachuk (leg) and defenseman Mark Borowiecki (upper body) joining Ryan for the upcoming battle against the Golden Knights. We're projecting Ryan to be situated on the second line with Tkachuk and Chris Tierney, and such an assignment also comes with No. 1 power-play responsibilities.
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