Rangers' Reaves day-to-day after awkward collision with Subban
New York Rangers enforcer Ryan Reaves is day-to-day with a lower-body injury after colliding with P.K. Subban in the first period of Wednesday's exhibition contest versus the New Jersey Devils, Rangers head coach Gerard Gallant said postgame, according to NHL.com's Dan Rosen.
Subban's skate clipped Reaves' leg as they went into the corner for a loose puck. Reaves, 34, fell awkwardly and couldn't put pressure on his left leg as he left the ice.
The Rangers acquired Reaves from the Vegas Golden Knights this past offseason.
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