Carl Hagelin LW NYR 1 Month
Carl Hagelin has declared his shoulder fit to play for Tuesday night.
He is eligible to come off long-term injured reserve on Tuesday after he sits out his 10th straight game Monday night. "Yes, everything feels good and I'm excited," Hagelin said after Monday morning's optional skate. "If the coach tells me to play, I'll play." Alain Vigneault wouldn't say if he intends to give Hagelin the green light, but he hinted that it's a possibility.
Carl Hagelin LW NYR 2 Months
Carl Hagelin (shoulder) is hoping to get clearance for contact soon.
He intends to talk with the team's doctors in a couple of days about getting the green light. Hagelin skated regularly while the Rangers were on the road and said he made progress. He still hasn't played this season because of off-season shoulder surgery.
Carl Hagelin LW NYR 2 Months
New York Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said that he believes New York Rangers winger Carl Hagelin will be placed on the long-term injured reserve (LTIR).
His shoulder surgery is a real shame considering his underrated role with the team, especially after protracted contract talks. Hagelin scored 24 points in 48 games season, averaging 17:18 minutes per game. He also had six points (3G, 3A) in 12 postseason contests in 2013.
Carl Hagelin LW NYR 3 Months
Carl Hagelin (shoulder) still isn't able to take part in contact drills.
He has been participating in every drill aside from the contact ones at training camp. There's no timetable in place for when he might be able to test his surgically repaired shoulder with hits.
Carl Hagelin LW NYR 4 Months
Carl Hagelin (shoulder) may not be ready for the start of the regular season.
He underwent off-season surgery on his left shoulder and is expected to be in a situation similar to that of Ryan Callahan heading into training camp. The two of them are expected to skate and possibly shoot, but playing with contact could be an issue.
Carl Hagelin LW NYR 5 Months
The Rangers signed Carl Hagelin to a two-year, $4.5 million deal.
The restricted free agent receives a "bridge" contract from the Rangers following his entry-level deal and a nice increase from the $875,000 he earned in each of the past two seasons. The speedy winger recorded 10 goals and 14 assists last season and has become a very important complementary player for the Rangers in his two seasons. Hagelin will make $2.1 million next season and $2.4 million in 2014-15.
Carl Hagelin LW NYR 6 Months
Contract talks between Carl Hagelin and the Rangers are progressing, according to his agent, Claes Elefalk.
The winger is a restricted free agent this offseason. Hagelin's agent spoke to the Swedish news outlet Expressen, saying: "It looks good, they really want him, so it's a blast." The 24-year-old is coming off a season that saw him score 10 times and add 14 assists. He recently underwent surgery on a torn labrum.