The Rangers announced on Monday that goalie Henrik Lundqvist and forward Mika Zibanejad are both dealing with "day-to-day" injuries.
Both players took knocks on Sunday against the Boston Bruins (8-1-2), and in turn, missed Monday's practice.
Lundqvist took multiple bumps during Sunday's 7-4 loss. He was pulled from the game at the end of the second period after allowing four goals on 31 shots. Lundqvist was tabbed to have an upper body injury.
The Post reports that Lundqvist will back up goaltender Alexandar Georgiev during the Rangers' next game on Tuesday against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Zibanejad was held to only 6:31 minute of ice time against the Bruins after taking this hit from Boston center Patrice Bergeron:
Here's two angles on the hit Zibanejad took in the first (1/2) pic.twitter.com/GMe4xVy5UB- Tom Urtz Boooonier 👻 (@TomUrtzJr) October 28, 2019
According to The Post, the Rangers (3-5-1) didn't believe Zibanejad suffered a concussion following the game. Rangers coach Dan Quinn said losing his leading scorer was a big factor in the loss.
"Losing Mika, whether it took the wind out of our sails or not, I thought the first period was a blah period both ways," Quinn said. "We're up 1-0, but we never found our way after that, that's for sure."