Ryan Malone LW NYR 11 Days

The Rangers reassigned Malone to AHL Hartford on Monday, Andrew Gross of the Record reports.

The 34-year-old winger has suited up for six games with the Rangers this season, but failed to record a point, so he'll head to Hartford until the Rangers need help with their forward depth.

Ryan Malone LW NYR 16 Days

Malone remains with the Rangers despite going unclaimed off waivers, Steve Zipay of Newsday reports.

As a 34-year-old NHL veteran, Malone doesn't have much to gain by heading to the minors, so the Rangers will keep him around as a depth forward and practice player until further notice. Unless the Rangers decide to reassign him, Malone will be eligible to appear in games, though he figures to serve as a regular healthy scratch for the team.

Ryan Malone LW NYR 19 Days

Malone was placed on waivers by the Rangers on Sunday, Elliotte Friedman of Hockey Night in Canada reports.

Malone has dressed for just five games this season and hasn't recorded a point. If he passes through waivers unclaimed, he will then have to decide whether or not to accept an assignment to the AHL.

Ryan Malone LW NYR 25 Days

Malone will dress for Monday's tilt against Minnesota, reports Steve Zipay of Newsday.

No word yet on who he will line up with, but it's very likely he garner less than 15 minutes of total ice time. Malone, who has appeared in just half of the team's eight games could also see some ice time on the team's second power play unit. Through four contests, the 34-year-old Malone (minus-1) has yet to register a point while logging five shots on goal. Although Malone's progress should remain on your radar, he's not worthy of a speculative pickup in any format until he starts finding the lineup and score cards consistently.

Ryan Malone LW NYR 1 Month

Malone will make his Rangers debut Tuesday against the Islanders, Andrew Gross of the Bergen Record reports.

Malone sat out the Rangers' first three games as a healthy scratch, but coach Alain Vigneault will use Tuesday as an opportunity to experiment with some new line changes. Wingers J.T. Miller and Jesper Fast will sit out to create room for Malone's entry into the lineup, but both figure to be more regular fixtures in the bottom-six than Malone in the games to come.

Ryan Malone LW NYR 1 Month

Malone was scratched Sunday for the third straight game, Newsday reports.

Malone appears to be on the outside looking in, as he's yet to play in a regular season game. The veteran tallied just 15 points last season and posted a minus-seven rating in an average of 11:47 of ice time.

Ryan Malone LW NYR 2 Months

Malone (hip) hopes to play in the Rangers' final two preseason games, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.

Malone returned to practice Wednesday, and with Friday being the team's next game, will work towards being ready for that day. He is battling several other candidates for a few forward spots, and will likely need to impress over the final two preseason games to earn a spot.

Ryan Malone LW NYR 2 Months

Malone (hip flexor) returned to practice Wednesday, Andrew Gross of the Bergen Record reports.

With the Rangers not playing their next preseason contest until Friday, it looks like Malone will still have some time to nurse himself back to full health before making a final push for a roster berth. The Rangers have several candidates for a minute number of forward spots, meaning Malone may need to impress over the final two games in order to secure a gig.

Ryan Malone LW NYR 2 Months

Malone is day-to-day with a hip flexor injury, Andrew Gross of The Record reports.

It is unclear when Malone got the injury, but nevertheless it does not appear serious, and he should still be ready to play when the regular season starts.

Ryan Malone LW NYR 2 Months

Malone netted a first period powerplay goal in Sunday's preseason loss to the Devils.

Malone, who is on a long list of players vying for a few open spots played on the team's fourth line with Dominic Moore and Jesper Fast. If the five time 20-goal is going to stick around for the regular season he'll have to consistently chip in offensively.