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Team W-L-OTL Pts
55-23-4 114
52-23-7 111
39-27-16 94
40-31-11 91
38-32-12 88
38-33-11 87
38-39-5 81
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Plus-Minus Goals Scored For or Against Total
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Penalty Minutes
Regular Season 6 6 0 15:56 4
Post Season 0 0 0 13:49 2

Top Filip Chytil News

  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Slated to be available for Thursday

    Chytil (illness) is slated to be an option for Thursday's Game 6 against Carolina, per Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today on Wednesday.

    Chytil returned from a head injury last Thursday, but after recording a shot in 12:02 of ice time in that contest, the 24-year-old missed the past two outings due to the illness. He's also been dealing with some soreness unrelated to his previous head injury. Chytil might serve in a bottom-six role versus the Hurricanes, but it's also possible he'll be a healthy scratch.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Unavailable Monday

    Chytil (illness) will not play Monday against the Hurricanes, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports.

    On top of his illness, Chytil is reportedly also dealing with some soreness that's unrelated to the head injury that cost him nearly the entire 2023-24 campaign. He logged one shot and one hit in 12:02 of ice time during the Game 3 win against Carolina, his first game since Nov. 2. He'll be considered question for Game 6 on Thursday, if necessary.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Status uncertain

    Chytil (illness) remains questionable to face Carolina in Game 5 on Monday after head coach Peter Laviolette told reporters, "He practiced this morning. That's a real positive thing for our team. I'm going to keep any lineup decisions that I make to myself," per Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today.

    The fact that Chytil didn't take part in line rushes would certainly indicate that he won't be in action Monday but fantasy managers will have to wait until closer to puck drop for official confirmation on the center's status. If he were to be cleared to play, Chytil would likely knock Jonny Brodzinski from the lineup while filling a bottom-six role.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Won't play in Game 4

    Chytil (illness) won't play versus Carolina in Game 4 on Saturday, according to Peter Baugh of The Athletic.

    Chytil returned from a head injury Thursday, logging a shot and a hit in 12:02 of ice time en route to a 3-2 overtime victory over the Hurricanes. However, he didn't join the Rangers for Saturday's morning skate, which is what first put his status into question. Jonny Brodzinski will draw into the lineup due to Chytil's absence.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Not skating Saturday

    Chytil (illness) wasn't present at morning skate Saturday prior to Game 4 in Carolina, Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today reports.

    Chytil played 12:02 of ice time in Game 3, marking his first appearance since early November as he returned from a head injury. There's a chance the Rangers hold the 24-year-old center out Saturday, which would allow Matt Rempe to slot back into the lineup.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Set to return Thursday

    Chytil (head) has been activated off long-term injured reserve and is expected to play in Game 3 against Carolina on Thursday, per Vince Z. Mercogliano of USA Today.

    Chytil had six assists in 10 regular-season contests, but he hasn't been in the lineup since Nov. 2 because of the injury. He's projected to serve on the third line alongside Alexander Wennberg and Kaapo Kakko Thursday. Matt Rempe is set to be a healthy scratch for the first time in the 2023-24 postseason.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Traveling with team

    Chytil (head) will travel to Washington with the team in hopes of playing Friday in Game 3, per Peter Baugh of The Athletic.

    Chytil only played in 10 games with the big club during the regular season, recording six assists and 22 shots on goal. The 24-year-old has played in 30 career playoff games, logging eight goals and five assists. Another update on his status should surface prior to puck drop versus the Capitals on Friday.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Medically cleared

    Chytil (head) skated with the team Friday after being medically cleared, though he remains without a clear recovery timeline, Darren Dreger of TSN reports.

    At this point, Chytil probably shouldn't be expected to return during the Rangers' last two regular-season contests, but he could be an option in the playoffs. The center has been out of action since Nov. 2 versus the Hurricanes, a stretch of 70 games on injured reserve. If Chytil does get into the lineup, it will likely be in a third-line role.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Done for the year

    Chytil (upper body) will not return during the 2023-24 campaign.

    Chytil appeared to be nearing a return before suffering a setback during Friday's practice session. The team has now ruled him out for the year rather than risking any further setbacks. The 24-year-old tallied six assists in 10 games prior to suffering the injury. As of now, Chytil's status for training camp remains unclear.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Suffers setback in recovery

    Chytil has suffered a setback in his recovery from an upper-body injury, Dan Rosen of NHL.com. Chytil is being regularly evaluated, and there is no current timetable for his return.

    Chytil hasn't been in the lineup since Nov. 2. He has no goals and six assists in 10 contests in 2023-24. When Chytil's healthy, he will likely serve in a middle-six capacity.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Injured at practice Friday

    Chytil (upper body) was hurt during Friday's optional skate and needed to be helped off the ice, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.

    There was no word as to the severity of the injury, or if it is related to his current injury, but he was on the ice for several minutes before being helped off the ice by Jake Leschyshyn and Zac Jones, the only players still on the ice. Chytil last played Nov. 2, a span of 37 games. He has six assists in 10 games this season.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Practicing in non-contact jersey

    Chytil (upper body) returned to practice Thursday, albeit in a non-contact jersey, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports.

    Chytil has missed the last 37 games and returned home to Czechia on Dec. 29 before returning to New York earlier this week. The Rangers play a couple of games this week and then are on a hiatus until Feb. 5 versus Colorado, at which time Chytil may be ready return to the lineup. He has six assists in 10 contests this season.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Coming back to New York

    Chyti (upper body) is on his way back to New York, according to Emily Kaplan of ESPN, after spending some time in Czechia.

    Chytil, who hasn't played since Nov. 2 against Carolina, still doesn't have a timetable for his return to the lineup. Still, Kaplan reported Monday that the 24-year-old forward made some progress while training back home. Chytil has six assists and 22 shots on goal in 10 appearances this season.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Heading home to Czechia

    Chytil (upper body) will return home to Czechia on Friday to 'reset' for his next phase of recovery, according to Larry Brooks of the New York Post.

    Chytil has been out of action since Nov. 2, a span of 23 games. He has been skating by himself, but with his return home, there is currently no timetable for his return. Chytil had six assists in 10 games before his injury.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Skating solo

    Chytil (upper body) continues to skate by himself but hasn't joined his teammates on the ice, Colin Stephenson of Newsday reports Friday.

    Chytil is still on long-term injured reserve, so he is likely still a few weeks away based on this latest update. In 10 games this season, the 24-year-old Czech has yet to find the back of the net while putting 24 shots on goal and recording six helpers. Once cleared to play, Chytil will likely slide into a bottom-six role, which could lead to Jonny Brodzinski or Barclay Goodrow being dropped from the lineup.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Shifts to LTIR

    Chytil (upper body) was moved to long-term injured reserve Tuesday, per CapFriendly.

    Chytil, who has been skating on his own, can be activated whenever he is ready to return because he is retroactive to Nov. 3, per Dan Rosen of NHL.com. Chytil has six assists and 22 shots on goal over 10 appearances this season.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Still not skating

    Chytil (upper body) has yet to resume skating as of Monday, Arthur Staple of The Athletic reports.

    The fact that Chytil still hasn't gotten back onto the ice doesn't bode well for him playing against New Jersey on Saturday, though he hasn't been officially ruled out. Before sustaining his upper-body injury, the 24-year-old center was stuck in a four-game pointless streak, during which he recorded seven shots, two hits and one blocked shot while averaging 16:03 of ice time per contest.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Placed on IR

    Chytil (upper body) was put on injured reserve Friday, according to Dan Rosen of NHL.com.

    Chytil, who was injured during Thursday's 2-1 loss to Carolina, will be eligible to return Nov. 12 versus Columbus. He has six assists in 10 outings this year. While Chytil's out, Vincent Trocheck is likely to be pushed into a second-line role.

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  • Rangers' Filip Chytil: Done for night

    Chytil (upper body) won't return to Thursday's game versus the Hurricanes.

    Chytil saw 10:23 of ice time prior to his injury, adding two shots on goal. He's been the Rangers' second-line center to start the season, amassing six helpers over 10 contests. If he misses time beyond Thursday, Vincent Trocheck would likely move up to the second line while Tyler Pitlick could enter the lineup in a bottom-six role.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 210 lbs
Birthplace: Kromeriz, Czech Republic
Age: 24
Experience: 6
Shoots: Left