Nash (neck) will be back in the lineup on Thursday.
Nash missed Tuesday’s game against the Flames, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Coyotes. Nash ranks second in the NHL with 37 goals and makes for a strong play tonight against the Coyotes.
Nash (personal) is back on the ice for the Rangers morning skate after leaving Sunday's game for the birth of his first child.
Nash has had a great start to the season scoring four goals with one assist in three games. He left Sunday's game early but the Rangers were getting beat bad by the Maple Leafs, so Nash was not going to lead any kind of comeback. He will be back on the Rangers top-line with Martin St. Louis tonight vs. the Islanders.
Nash left Sunday's game to be with his wife for the birth of their first child.
Nash was a gametime decision for tonight's game, but ended up playing in the first two periods and scored one goal on one shot with a plus-1 rating in 11:40. Nash is off to a great start to the season, scoring at least one goal in all three games (4 total) while adding one assist. Expect Nash to be back in the lineup on Tuesday vs. the Islanders.
Nash has missed the last 17 games after being concussed on a Brad Stuart hit on October 8. It was a lengthy recovery, but he will make his long awaited return tonight vs. Boston. The 29-year-old forward had 42 points (21G / 21A) in 44 games with the Rangers last season. He has been a consistent 30-plus goal scorer throughout his career, so it is fair to expected him to score 25-plus goals in the remaining 62 games of the season.
Nash (concussion) skated with his teammates on Saturday.
Nash has now skated for eight straight days as he works back from a concussion he suffered in the third game of the season. Nash said yesterday that he feels good and that his hands are there, he just needs to get his legs back up to speed. It is highly unlikely that he plays tonight or tomorrow, but Tuesday vs. Boston seems possible at this point.
Nash (concussion) is a full participant wearing a contact jersey at Rangers practice.
Nash has been cleared for contact which is the next step in his recovery. As long as he has no setbacks in practice and handles the contact well, Nash will be suiting up soon. It is highly doubtful that he plays tomorrow, but monitor his situation closely.
Rick Nash tells reporters he is "confident" symptoms are behind him and he is focused on improving his conditioning and returning to lineup.
Nash will travel with the Rangers to Montreal after he skates tomorrow morning. It is highly unlikely that he plays on Saturday or Sunday but he could rejoin the lineup next week. Continue to monitor this situation.
Nash (concussion) skates for the fourth straight day.
This is great news for the Rangers as Nash continues to progress towards a return. Concussions can be very tricky and it is difficult to pinpoint a firm timetable. Continue to monitor his status, his next step is to join his teammates for full practice.
Nash (concussion) says he is probably four weeks behind.
"Probably about four weeks behind, four weeks and three days behind is what I feel," Nash said. "This year the symptoms just held on, it seemed like I just couldn’t shake them...It was definitely a lot different than last year. Nash skated this morning for the first time so he is progressing, but it sounds like he will be out until mid-December.
Nash (concussion) is on the ice with goalies and extras today.
This is the first time Nash has skated since suffering a concussion in the third game of the season. There has been a very limited amount of reports on when Nash is expected to return. There is still no timetable for his return, but this is definitely a positive sign.
Rick Nash (concussion) is still not skating with the Rangers.
Nash will miss his fifth straight game tomorrow. There is still no timetable for his return, it is usually difficult to pinpoint an exact timeframe when it comes to concussions. Continue to monitor his status as he works back to health, he could be a buy-low candidate in the near future.