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NHL fines Lightning's Ryan McDonagh, Pat Maroon for plays in loss to Panthers

The NHL fined two more players for incidents from Monday’s action, deciding not to hand out suspensions. Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Ryan McDonagh was fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the collective bargaining agreement, for his cross-check on Florida Panthers forward Mason Marchment. His teammate Pat Maroon was fined $3,879,31, the maximum allowable for his salary level, for unsportsmanlike conduct at the end of Monday night’s game.
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May 24, 2021; Sunrise, Florida, USA; Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Ryan McDonagh (27) controls the puck around Florida Panthers center Carter Verhaeghe (23) during the third period in game five of the first round of the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs at BB&T Center. Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports. Tampa...
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Lightning's Ryan McDonagh: Sends assist Monday

McDonagh recorded an assist, five hits and two PIM in Monday's 4-1 loss to the Panthers in Game 5. McDonagh has been solid at both ends of the ice in this first-round series. He's collected four assists, 12 hits, nine blocked shots and a plus-5 rating through five postseason contests. The 31-year-old defenseman continues to play a key role on defense, but he's shown the ability to chip in on offense with regularity.
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Lightning's Ryan McDonagh: Slides pair of assists

McDonagh (upper body) provided two assists, two blocked shots, two shots on net and two PIM in Sunday's 5-4 win over the Panthers in Game 1. McDonagh had a shorthanded helper on Blake Coleman's opening tally in the first period. In the third, McDonagh set up Brayden Point's game-winner. The 31-year-old McDonagh had 12 points in 50 contests for the second straight season. He'll be more of a defensive presence in the top four, but the American blueliner could be a steady source of blocked shots and hits.
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Lightning's Ryan McDonagh: Will play Sunday

McDonagh (upper body) is expected back in the lineup for Game 1 versus Florida on Sunday, Dan Rosen of NHL.com reports. McDonagh managed a mere one assist in his last 14 contests while adding 25 shots, 21 hits and 28 blocks while averaging 21:22 of ice time. While the defenseman won't offer much in the way of fantasy value given his limited offensive upside, he will provide some much-needed defensive stability to the Bolts' blue line.
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Lightning's Ryan McDonagh: Out Monday

McDonagh (upper body) is not available for Monday's game against the Panthers, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports. McDonagh will miss his second straight game with an upper-body issue. The 31-year-old defenseman will likely be ready to play once the postseason begins. He finishes the 2020-21 season with 12 points and 96 blocked shots in 50 games.
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Lightning's Ryan McDonagh: Two-goal game stretches streak

McDonagh scored twice Thursday in a 6-4 win over the Blue Jackets. He has looked increasingly comfortable following his return from injury a week ago and now has three points in his last two games. McDonagh isn't much of a point producer these days, but he could surprise over the short term with a little hot streak.
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Lightning's Ryan McDonagh: Heavy rotation in injury return

McDonagh (lower body) returned to game action Thursday night and fired one shot in 25:25 in a 3-2 win over the Blue Jackets. McDonagh last played March 21, so it was good to see him back in uniform and patrolling the ice. He doesn't put up many points, but his steady, stabilizing presence is critical to the Bolts success on the ice.
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Lightning's Ryan McDonagh: Leaves with injury

McDonagh suffered a lower-body injury during Sunday's game versus the Panthers and won't return, Erik Erlendsson of LightningInsider.com reports. McDonagh logged just 6:38 of ice time before exiting. The extent of his injury is unclear, but the Lightning should provide an update before Tuesday's road game versus the Stars. McDonagh has recorded eight points through 30 games, so his absence shouldn't affect the fantasy realm too much.
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Seattle Expansion Draft Possibilities: Ryan McDonagh

The Tampa Bay Lightning acquired Ryan McDonagh from the New York Rangers at the 2017-18 trade deadline. Along with McDonagh, the Lightning also acquired J.T. Miller. In the process, they gave up a 1st and 2nd round pick, former first round picks Vladislav Namestnikov and Brett Howden, and former second round pick Libor Hajek. It was a lot to give up for McDonagh and Miller. The Lightning recouped some of the value by trading Miller less than a year and a half later getting a 1st and 3rd round pick. The 1st round pick then went into the deal that brought Blake Coleman to Tampa at the 2019-20 trade deadline.
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Lightning's Ryan McDonagh: Rare two-point night

McDonagh picked up two assists in Thursday's 3-2 OT win over the Blue Jackets. McDonagh is a fantastic defender on the ice and shows Norris-worthy defending. And he did deliver 46 points in 82 games in 2018-19. But his offensive game is middling at best. McDonagh delivered 12 points in 50 games last season. He'll deliver a bit more than that this year, but a lot less than in 2018-19.
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NHL fines Lightning's Ryan McDonagh, Pat Maroon

Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Ryan McDonagh and forward Pat Maroon are a bit lighter in the wallet following their actions in Game 5 of their first-round series against the Florida Panthers on Monday. The NHL Department of Player Safety announced Tuesday that McDonagh received a $5,000 fine for a cross-check...