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The Rangers Tribune:
Slow day for the Rangers today as they did not practice, so I decided to throw up some player comments following last night's win over the Winnipeg Jets at MSG. It seems like the team is finally enjoying themselves and feeling confident now that they have established some stability on home ice with four straight wins. Take a look...
Wojtek Wolski was scheduled to see a doctor about his groin today in Philadelphia so hopefully we will have an update on that either later today or tomorrow.
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The New York Rangers have announced that forward Wojtek Wolski (groin) will undergo sports hernia surgery and will miss four weeks, per Andrew Gross. Wolski has already missed six games due to injury this season, as his groin was a repeating issue that caused him some trouble even while in the lineup.
Wolski has recorded two assists in six games so far this year, and will be...
Per Jesse Spector on Twitter (Twitter is blocked at work, link will come later), winger Wojtek Wolski will be out a minimum of four weeks, as he will be undergoing sports hernia surgery. Wolski has been bothered by a groin injury all season, and it has limited him to just six of the Rangers first 13 games. The surgery will hopefully correct any lingering issues he has been suffering...
From the Rangers:
New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that forward Wojtek Wolski will undergo surgery tomorrow to repair a sports hernia, and is expected to be sidelined four weeks. The procedure will be performed by Dr. William Meyers at Core Performance Physicians in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Wolski has registered two assists in six...
New York Rangers forward Wojtek Wolski is expected to miss four weeks after undergoing sports hernia surgery.
Wolski reinjured his groin last week against Anaheim and visited a specialist for evaluation. He will have the procedure on Tuesday.
The seven-year-veteran has two assists and no goals in six games this season. He is the final year of a two-year, $7.6 million deal.
The New York Rangers announced todaythat left wing, Wojtek Wolski will be out for four weeks with a sports hernia. He will undergo surgery tomorrow in Philadelphia.
According to the press release, when Wolski returns, he will be playing his 400th NHL game.
Wolski has 2 assists this season in six appearances and is 9 goals away from his 100th career NHL goal.
The Rangers have announced that Wojtek Wolski will undergo abdominal surgery to repair a sports hernia and is slated to miss the next four weeks of action.Wolski, who missed four games earlier this season due a groin strain, was injured again in Thursday's 2-1 victory over the Anaheim Ducks....man my boy's fingers and toes are going to look like raisins from being in that...
… had a feeling it was more than just a groin issue. Glad they spotted the hernia and will operate. Hopefully Wolski will get back on the ice in 4 weeks and begin skating again.
Wojtek Wolski will undergo surgery Tuesday to repair a sports hernia. He's expected to miss four weeks.
It is not the hot tub calling Wojtek Wolski, but rather the surgeon’s operating room.The Rangers’ winger, called out earlier in the season by coach John Tortorella for the length of time it was taking him to get back from a groin issue that first developed in training...
Forward Wojtek Wolski will have surgery Tuesday to repair a sports hernia and is expected to be out for four weeks, the Rangers announced.
JOHN TORTORELLA said last Thursday that Wojtek Wolski had reinjured his groin when he was “accordioned” into the corner boards by an Anaheim player.
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New York Rangers President and General Manager Glen Sather announced today that forward Wojtek Wolski will undergo surgery tomorrow to repair a sp...
The injury-plagued Rangers acquired minor league forward Francois Bouchard from the Washington Capitals for minor league defenseman Tomas Kundratek. New York has been playing without forwards Mike Rupp (knee) and Wojtek Wolski (groin), who are both scheduled for surgery this week. The 23-year-old Bouchard, chosen by Washington in the second round of the 2006 draft, has yet to make his NHL debut.