When NHL play resumes, Chris Kreider will be good to go

The Rangers playoff hopes were dealt a huge blow when Chris Kreider blocked a shot in the first period with 7 minutes remaining against the Flyers on February 28th. The team announced he had fractured his foot and Jeff Gorton gave a 4-6 week timetable. Yesterday, Kreider provided an update on his injury.


Ready to Go

Kreider who is weathering out the COVID-19 Quarantine in Connecticut said on an NHL Zoom Conference his foot is fine. “My foot feels good,” he said. “Foot was better a few weeks ago, so I’ve been able to heal up and get it back to where it is now.” His availability to return when the NHL Pause is lifted was a foregone conclusion. However, it is good to hear it from him personally that there were no setbacks and he is good to go.

Anthony Scultore has been covering the New York Rangers and the NHL since 2014. His work also appears at... More about Anthony Scultore

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