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Klein (ankle) appears set to play Wednesday against the Red Wings, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

Klein looked like a full participant during the Rangers' morning skate and didn't stick on the ice for extra work with the expected healthy scratches, eliminating most of the concern that the bruised foot would knock him out for another game. Though Klein is not a top-notch blueliner by any means, his availability is a much-needed development for the Rangers, who will be without John Moore (suspension), Dan Boyle (hand) and Ryan McDonagh (shoulder) on Wednesday.

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Klein (foot) is not expected to be available for Wednesday's tilt with the Red Wings, Steve Zipay of Newsday reports.

Klein is still experiencing some swelling in his foot, and won't be reevaluated for a few more days, so there's a good chance he won't be back until sometime next week.

Kevin Klein D NYR 24 Days

Klein (ankle) has swelling in his foot and will not play Monday.

Klein will likely be evaluated once the swelling goes down, but the fact that it is still pretty swollen is not a good sign. He will miss Monday at a minimum, but could be out longer than that.

Kevin Klein D NYR 24 Days

Klein (ankle) was spotted on crutches, Steve Zipay of Newsday reports.

Klein was hurt after blocking a shot Saturday, and the crutches are likely a result of that injury. His foot was not in an ankle or boot at all, which may indicate that the injury is not as serious as crutches may indicate. His next chance to return will be Monday against the Blues, but he will likely be questionable for that game.

Kevin Klein D NYR 24 Days

Klein left Saturday's game with an ankle injury after being hit with a puck, according to the MSG Network game broadcast.

The defensive-minded Klein was hurt blocking a shot. The team has to be hoping it's nothing major, as New York's blue-line corps has been hit hard by injuries in the early going.

Kevin Klein D NYR 24 Days

Klein left Saturday's game with an injury, Dan Rosen of reports.

Fellow defenseman Ryan McDonagh also left Saturday's game with an injury, leaving the Rangers with just four defensemen dressed. There's no update on the exact nature of Klein's injury at this point.

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Klein registered a goal and an assist in Monday's 5-4 win over Minnesota.

Klein, who has never been known for his overwhelming offensive production now has two goals and three points in his last two games. With John Moore possible headed for a modest suspension, Klein could be considered for the team's second power play unit, but either way, he's not likely to continue this offensive outburst, so owners in most formats will want to continue monitoring from afar.

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Klein's first goal of the year was the game-winner in overtime Tuesday against the Devils.

The first goal of the year for a Rangers blueliner, it was also the first point of the season for the stay-at-home Klein, who had Chris Kreider leave a perfect drop pass for him in the high slot, creating a wide-open chance that he converted. Don't expect Klein to produce offense often, but he's shown that he can step up into the play here and there.

Kevin Klein D NYR 1 Month

Klein (face) practiced with the team Monday, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

Klein left Sunday's game after being hit in the face by a puck, and required stitches to fix the injury. He returned to practice Monday, though, and should be available for Tuesday's matchup with the Devils.

Kevin Klein D NYR 1 Month

Klein received stitches on his chin after being struck by a puck in Sunday's game against the Sharks, Jim Cerny of the Rangers' official website reports.

Klein played most of the game before suffering the injury late in the third period. He is considered day-to-day, so it remains to be seen if he will be available for the Rangers' next game Tuesday.