McDonagh (illness) will be back in the lineup on Thursday.
McDonagh was a late scratch on Tuesday, but will return to the lineup tonight in Dallas. McDonagh has an assist in three straight games and 17 points (1G / 16A) in 30 games this season. Expect Adam Clendening to sit.
McDonagh missed the final three games of the regular season and game one. He will sit out at least one more game with a small fracture in his right hand. The Rangers could be playing an important game two without their top defenseman and goaltender.
McDonagh (hand) will miss the start of the playoffs.
McDonagh missed the final three games of the regular season and will definitely miss the start of the Rangers’ playoff series with the Penguins. With McDonagh out, Dylan McIlrath will remain in the Rangers’ lineup.
McDonagh expected to miss the start of the playoffs with a small fracture in his right hand.
McDonagh has already been ruled out for the rest of the regular season, but it doesn’t look like he will be ready for the start of the playoffs as he heals a small fracture. He suffered the injury while blocking a shot in Columbus on Monday.
McDonagh left Monday's game with a hand injury and did not return.
McDonagh suffered the injury while blocking a shot in Monday’s win in Columbus. The Rangers did not have an update on his status after the game, but it appears as if he is in danger of missing the final three remaining games of the season. Expect a full update in the next 24 hours.
McDonagh (jaw) will return to the Rangers lineup on Thursday.
McDonagh missed the last two games with a jaw injury, but will get back into the lineup tonight in St. Louis. McDonagh will replace Dylan McIlrath—he comes in with 26 points (7G / 19A) in 54 games this season.
McDonagh (jaw) will not play Tuesday; will travel with the team, could play Thursday or Saturday.
McDonagh will travel on the Rangers’ upcoming road trip which starts on Tuesday, but he will be held out of the lineup for the first game of the trip. Monitor his status prior to Thursday’s game, if he can’t play in St. Louis then look for him to return on Saturday in Dallas.
McDonagh left Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
McDonagh was playing in just his second game after missing four with a concussion. He was caught in the head by a Leo Komarov elbow and was forced to leave the game. The immediate concern is another concussion, which could keep McDonagh sidelined for an extended period of time.