Ryan Strome Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 191 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/11/1993 (29)
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Ryan Strome News
Anaheim Ducks center Ryan Strome grabbed two points for the second time in three games as the team hosted Florida on Sunday. Strome helped to keep the game tight with a goal and assist before the Panthers skated away with a 5-3 victory. The former Ranger had an awful start at his new club, but Strome has now found his feet and has grabbed six of his 10 points in his last five appearances. He is getting more playing time and is even averaging slightly more points than he did in New York last season, although Strome should still be able to improve his scoring pace even more. It's currently at 0.77 points per game.
New York Rangers forwards Ryan Strome (lower body) and Filip Chytil (upper body) will both be game-time decisions for Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday night, head coach Gerard Gallant said on Wednesday. Strome sustained the injury and left in Game 3, while Chytil suffered his injury in Game 4. Each game in the series has been won by the home team, and the Rangers would receive additional help with the return of two key players in Strome and Chytil for Game 5 at Madison Square Garden.
New York Rangers forward Ryan Strome (lower body) shouldn't miss any games after getting hurt in Sunday's 3-2 loss to Tampa Bay. He managed to soak in just 7:22 of action in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals, leaving in the second period after getting hurt when Ondrej Palat shoved him from behind. Things didn't look too good regarding his status, but head coach Gerard Gallant sounds pretty confident of Strome's availability for Tuesday's match. "I expect him to [play]. I haven't been told any different right now," Gallant said Monday. Strome has notched nine points in 17 games this postseason.
New York Rangers forward Ryan Strome suffered a lower-body injury in Sunday's Game 3 against Tampa Bay, logging just 7:22 of action. He was hurt in the second period on a cross-check by Ondrej Palat. The 29-year-old tried to continue on but was able to get only one more shift in. With nine points to his name in 17 games, Strome hasn't had a lot of reason to celebrate in the 2022 Stanley Cup Playoffs, but he's a big piece for the top six and for the power play, which has been on fire throughout the postseason. The Rangers are set to provide an update on Strome's status Monday.
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