Yandle (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Yandle was expected to miss an extended period of time, but was in the lineup on Tuesday and will be game-time decision again tonight. Yandle played 23:57 in Philadelphia, so it appears as if he is fine, so expect him to be in the lineup tonight.
Yandle (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Yandle left Monday's game after being hit by an Aaron Ekblad shot and was expected to miss some time, but head coach Tom Rowe announced that Yandle will take part in warmups tonight before they make a decision on whether or not he will play.
Yandle (lower-body) is expected to miss an extended period of time.
Yandle left Monday’s game after playing just 4:51 and did not return. After the game, Panthers’ head coach Tom Rowe said that Yandle will be out for “a while.” Yandle has appeared in 577 consecutive games, a streak that will come to an end on Tuesday. Look for Dylan McIlrath to draw back into the lineup for Florida.
The Panthers have signed Keith Yandle to a seven year deal worth $44.45 million ($6.35M AAV).
Florida acquired Yandle’s rights from the Rangers a few days back and wasted no time inking the 29-year-old defenseman to a seven year contract. Handle has not missed a game in the last seven seasons and has averaged 10 goals and 40 assists (50 points) per 82 games over that stretch. He becomes the highest paid player in the Panthers organization.
The Panthers have acquired the rights to Keith Yandle for a sixth round pick and a conditional 4th round pick in 2017 if Yandle signs with Florida.
Yandle is set to become an unrestricted free agent on July 1st. He is coming off of a 47-point season (5G / 42A) in 82 games with the Rangers and now the Panthers will get 11 days to try and lock up the 29-year-old blueliner before the rest of the league starts throwing money at him.
Yandle (illness) did not skate this morning; will play in Game 4.
Yandle missed the morning skate before Game 3, but still played 15:49 and registered his second assist of the series. Since being acquired by the Rangers, he has two goals and 11 assists (13 points) in 23 games.
Yandle (illness) missed the morning skate, but will play in Game 3.
Yandle missed the Rangers morning skate, but coach Alain Vigneault said that Yandle will still be in the lineup on Monday. Yandle has one assist and four shots on goal in the first two games of the series.
Yandle is expected to make his Rangers debut on Monday.
After being acquired from the Coyotes last night, he will make his Rangers debut tonight vs. the Predators. He is expected to start his Rangers career with Kevin Klein, but head coach Alain Vigneault is expected to mix those two up with Marc Staal and Dan Boyle until he finds a combination that works. Yandle has 41 points (4G / 37A) and a league-worst minus-32 rating in 63 games with the Coyotes.
The Rangers have acquired Keith Yandle, Chris Summers and a 2015 4th round pick from the Coyotes for Anthony Duclair, John Moore, a 2016 1st round pick and a 2015 2nd round pick.
Yandle, 28, has one more year on his contract with a $5.25M cap-hit. He is a left shot that will likely line up next to Kevin Klein. He is a great offensive defenseman. Yandle skates, moves the puck and shoots well, but has been known to turn the puck over frequently. He has four goals and 37 assists (41 points) but is a league worst minus-32 in 63 games this season. However, he will love heading to New York to play for a good team and will help the Rangers PP that already ranks 11th in the NHL.
Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle, who left Tuesday’s game in the third period after awkwardly blocking a shot with his leg, is expected to play tonight. Yandle has played in 227 consecutive games - the fifth-longest streak in franchise history.
Yandle practiced this morning and is expected to play tonight. The talented offensive d-man has seven goals and 30 points through 52 games.
Coyotes' #KeithYandle says on scale of 1-10 he'd give himself a "3 or 4." Expecting him to revert to top form very soon.
Look for Yandle to pick up his production despite having no goals through his first six games this season. Considering he is owned in 99 percent of leagues, perhaps you can convince a current owner to sell at below market value.
High praise, for sure, but Yandle, 25, is coming off a year in which he scored 11 goals and recorded 59 points, third among NHL defensemen. He led the team with 24:22 minutes of ice time per game. He also has shown his durability by being the only Coyotes player to appear in all 82 regular-season games the past two seasons.
Yandle is well on his way to becoming an elite defender following a season where only Lubomir Visnovsky and Nicklas Lidstrom scored more. If he continues his solid offensive production, he should put to rest any stigmas of playing in a defensive system or on the lowly Coyotes. This season should be a good test for the Boston native.