Ryan Strome Stats
- Height / Weight
- 73 / 191 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 7/11/1993 (30)
Ryan Strome Last 10 Games
Ryan Strome News
Anaheim Ducks forward Ryan Strome (upper body) will likely sit out a second consecutive game Friday versus the Jets. He participated in Friday's optional morning skate, but Ducks head coach Greg Cronin told The Sporting Tribune's Derek Lee that he doesn't think Strome will play. Strome sits fourth on Anaheim's points list, with three goals and 17 assists totaled in 35 appearances. Adam Henrique moved into the top six in his absence on Wednesday versus Vegas and looks set to remain there until the Ducks get healthy. Troy Terry (upper body) will also miss another game on Friday.
Anaheim Ducks forward Ryan Strome missed Wednesday's 2-1 overtime loss to Toronto with an upper-body injury. The team considers him day-to-day. Strome joined Troy Terry (upper body) and Leo Carlsson (knee) as the third top-six forward to drop out of the lineup, although it looks like he isn't hurt too badly and could be available again soon. Strome was on fire early in the campaign, but the wheels have completely fallen off for him lately, and the 30-year-old has been limited to 20 points (three goals, 17 assists) in 35 games. He notched 11 of his points in October. Injuries have pushed Max Jones and Adam Henrique to top-line roles in Anaheim.
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.