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Sports Rangers' Ryan Reaves might not miss Opening Night

05:45  10 october  2021
05:45  10 october  2021 Source:   prohockeyrumors.com

Rangers rally past Orioles, 8-5

  Rangers rally past Orioles, 8-5 BALTIMORE (AP) — Adolis García hit a go-ahead two-run double in a five-run ninth inning and the Texas Rangers snapped a five-game losing streak with 8-5 victory over the Baltimore Orioles on Friday night. “It's always good to end with a win like that,” Garcia said through an interpreter. “It helps build some momentum and to finish the season strong. Moving forward, it's very good for the confidence and building of our team.” Baltimore“It's always good to end with a win like that,” Garcia said through an interpreter. “It helps build some momentum and to finish the season strong. Moving forward, it's very good for the confidence and building of our team.

Despite suffering an injury on Wednesday night that forced him to be helped off the ice, New York Rangers free-agent addition Ryan Reaves might not miss any regular-season time. The grinder has not been practicing since the injury occurred, but head coach Gerard Gallant is optimistic that he could return by opening night. “I think it’s going to be close,” Gallant told Collin Stephenson on Newsday. “When we left the game, I said no, but . . . the last couple of days it’s going in the right direction… I can’t really say, but I think it’s going to be real close.” The Rangers prioritized adding grit and physicality this summer, adding Reaves, Barclay Goodrow, Sammy Blais and Patrik Nemeth, so they hope to be able to roll out their full complement of toughness for Opening Night.

Ibáñez leads 99-loss Rangers over 106-loss Orioles 7-4

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New Ranger Ryan Reaves played for the Vegas Golden Knights the last three seasons. © Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sports New Ranger Ryan Reaves played for the Vegas Golden Knights the last three seasons.
  • Sam Bennett missed the Florida Panthers' preseason matchup on Saturday night as he has been placed in the NHL’s COVID-19 protocol, the team announced. Depending on the context of Bennett’s absence, the two-way forward could miss more than just one game. The Panthers certainly hope that the physical center is good to go for the start of the season; Bennett was an excellent addition to the Florida roster at the deadline last season, recording 15 points in 10 games while averaging a career-high 18:04 time on ice. As the Cats look to compete in the Atlantic Division this year, every game matters, and a healthy Bennett is a difference-maker.
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins expect to have Jake Guentzel back sooner rather than later from COVID protocol. Head coach Mike Sullivan told The Athletic’s Rob Rossi that Guentzel is asymptomatic and going through the steps of the protocol. Even though he has missed a week of practice, Guentzel will jump right back into the lineup if he is healthy. The 27-year-old has scored at a point-per-game pace over the past three seasons and will be relied on even more with Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin injured.

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