Dan Boyle will announce his retirement at a news conference in San Jose on Wednesday.
Boyle, 40, enjoyed a 17-year career that he split between the Florida Panthers, Tampa Bay Lightning, San Jose Sharks and with the New York Rangers for the last two seasons. Boyle recorded 605 career points (163G / 442A) in 1093 NHL games and won a Stanley Cup with the Lightning in 2004.
Boyle (flu) missed Tuesday's practice; questionable for Wednesday.
Boyle missed Tuesday’s practice and is listed as questionable for Wednesday’s game vs. the Blackhawks. Thankfully for the Rangers, Ryan McDonagh is expected to return after missing time with a concussion.
The Rangers typically rest Boyle on the tail-end of a back-to-back, which is the case tonight. Head coach Alain Vigneault said Boyle has looked tired the last few games, so he will get him an extended All-Star break rest.
Boyle will be back in the Rangers lineup on Monday.
Boyle served as a healthy scratch in the last two games but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Hurricanes. Boyle has just four assists while averaging 17:44 TOI in 18 games this season. With Boyle back in, Dylan McIlrath will come out.
Sunday marks the Rangers’ fourth game in six days so they will give their veterean blueliner a day off. The Rangers want to keep Boyle fresh by periodically giving him a night off. With Boyle coming out, Dylan McIlrath will play his fourth game of the season.
Boyle is expected to be back in the Rangers' lineup on Thursday.
Boyle served as healthy scratch on Tuesday, but it looks like he will be back in the lineup tomorrow vs. the Canadiens. Boyle has one assist and a plus-2 rating through three games this year. Look for Dylan McIlrath to be scratched with Boyle coming back.
Boyle will be a healthy scratch for the Rangers on Tuesday.
Boyle had one assist and a plus-2 rating in Saturday’s win over the Rangers, but head coach Alain Vigneault obviously wants more out of Boyle, especially in the defensive zone, so he will sit tomorrow vs. Winnipeg.
Boyle (illness) is officially back in the Rangers lineup.
Boyle was expected to play after participating in the morning skate, but was listed as a game-time decision. He enters play having recorded goals in back-to-back games and four in his last seven contests.
Boyle (illness) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Boyle missed Saturday’s game, but was on the ice for the morning skate and could be back in the lineup tonight. He said he wants to see if he can eat a full meal today, something that he hasn’t been able to do for the last few days. Monitor his status during pre-game warmups at 6:30 pm ET.
Boyle (illness) is on the ice for the Rangers morning skate.
Boyle missed Saturday’s game in Arizona, but is on the ice for the morning skate, which suggests that he will be back in the lineup tonight on Long Island. Boyle has four goals in his last seven games.