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Sharks' Ryan Dzingel: Done for season

Dzingel (wrist) has been ruled out for the remainder of the season. Dzingel battled a wrist injury throughout the campaign and underwent season-ending surgery in March. The 30-year-old finished the year assigned to AHL San Jose, though he did not play a game with the team. He is an unrestricted free agent this summer, though he may have a limited market after posting just eight points in 32 appearances at the NHL level this season.
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Sharks' Ryan Dzingel: Sidelined by wrist injury

Dzingel underwent wrist surgery earlier in March, Curtis Pashelka of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Dzingel was waived by the Sharks on March 11, and the wrist surgery explains why he hasn't been in the mix for a call-up even as the big club deals with a number of injuries. It's unclear what kind of timeline the forward is facing, but there's only a slim chance he draws back in with the Sharks prior to the end of the season.
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Sharks' Ryan Dzingel: Surfaces on waivers

Dzingel was placed on waivers Friday, per Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet. Dzingel has averaged 13:42 of ice time and generated eight points over 32 NHL appearances between Arizona and San Jose this season. If the 30-year-old goes unclaimed he will likely be reassigned to AHL San Jose.
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Sharks' Ryan Dzingel: Scores first goal in teal

Dzingel scored a goal on two shots in Sunday's 3-1 win over the Kraken. Dzingel has played in four games for the Sharks, and he earned his first point with a first-period tally Sunday. The 29-year-old has had a bit of a roller-coaster week -- he was traded from the Coyotes to the Maple Leafs last Saturday, waived last Sunday and claimed by the Sharks on Monday. Dzingel's at five goals, three assists, 30 shots on net, a minus-3 rating and 20 hits through 30 contests overall this season. With the Sharks, he's gotten a look in a middle-six role with Rudolfs Balcers (upper body) still out of action.
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Sharks Claim Forward Ryan Dzingel Off Waivers

SAN JOSE, CA - The San Jose Sharks (@SanJoseSharks) announced today that the club has claimed forward Ryan Dzingel (ZIHN-guhl) off waivers from the Toronto Maple Leafs. "Ryan is a competitor who brings skill and experience to our lineup and has had a couple of 20-goal seasons in the NHL," said Assistant General Manager Joe Will. "We're looking forward to him enhancing our existing group of forwards."
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Sharks claim former 20-goal scorer Ryan Dzingel off waivers

The San Jose Sharks claimed Ryan Dzingel off waivers from the Toronto Maple Leafs just days after the team acquired him from the Arizona Coyotes. To open a roster spot, the Sharks waived Lane Pederson, according to Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet. When the Maple Leafs acquired Dzingel, they quickly explained...
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The Ryan Dzingel era in Toronto comes to a swift end

The Leafs track record with getting players through waivers this season has been incredibly spotty, and a couple of days after having no luck with Adam Brooks for a second time this season, it was time to try their luck with the newly acquired Ryan Dzingel. The $1.1M cap hit associated with Dzingel was a bit more of a reason for optimism.
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Sharks claim Ryan Dzingel off waivers from Maple Leafs

The San Jose Sharks claimed forward Ryan Dzingel off waivers from the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday. The Maple Leafs, who had acquired Dzingel as part of a deal with the Arizona Coyotes on Saturday, intended to assign Dzingel to the AHL's Toronto Marlies, where he would provide further depth for the franchise.
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San Jose claims Ryan Dzingel on waivers

The Ryan Dzingel era has come to end on the Leafs. After arriving (metaphorically) in the Nick Ritchie trade on Saturday, he’s only going as far as San Jose, not all the way to Toronto. The Maple Leafs uncharacteristically announced in advance on Sunday they were going to waive...
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Ryan Dzingel among players placed on waivers

Toronto Maple Leafs forward Ryan Dzingel, Ottawa Senators forward Clark Bishop and Arizona Coyotes goaltender Carter Hutton were all placed on waivers Sunday, per TSN’s Chris Johnston. Dzingel’s placement is certainly somewhat unexpected, considering the team acquired him Saturday night via trade from the Arizona Coyotes. However, as a...
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Ryan Dzingel to be put on waivers by the Maple Leafs

While we play the waiting game on Dzingel, Rasmus Sandin has been sent down in a paperwork move until 2pm tomorrow when the Leafs find out what happens with Dzingel and they can either officially assign him and recall Sandin, or if Dzingel is claimed, simply recall Sandin. David Alter...
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