Cody McLeod Out Indefinitely With Broken Hand
Last night Cody was on “McLeod eight” after scoring his first goal as a New York Ranger. He later left the game after getting into a fight, and it was announced today that he fractured his hand. For the moment, it's uncertain how long he'll be out of the lineup.
#NYR update: Cody McLeod - fractured hand.— New York Rangers (@NYRangers) November 22, 2018
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McLeod damaged his hand in his second period scrap with Ross Johnston of the New York Islanders.
This is a heavyweight bout. #NYR #Isles pic.twitter.com/qAulFkZgcq— MSG Networks (@MSGNetworks) November 22, 2018
McLeod, 34, re-signed with the Rangers for one year in the offseason. The goal he scored last night was the 72nd of his over 750-game NHL career. He has dressed in 16 games for the Rangers this season
The Rangers play two consecutive afternoon games on Friday and Saturday. It is unknown at this point who will take his place on the roster or lineup.