Motte (upper-body) is on the ice for warmups and is expected to play in Toronto on Monday.
Motte has missed the Lightning's previous 10 games due to an upper-body injury and was be a game-time decision Monday vs. Toronto. The 28-year-old is in his eighth NHL season and has only appeared in one game in 2023-24 where he was forced to leave after just 7:55 TOI. He will take his spot back on the third line with Alex Barre-Boulet and Anthony Cirelli on Monday.
Tyler Motte (upper body) is likely to return Monday vs. Toronto but will be a game-time decision.
Motte has missed the Lightning's previous 10 games due to an upper-body injury and will be a game-time decision Monday vs. Toronto. The 28-year-old is in his eighth NHL season and has only appeared in one game in 2023-24 where he was forced to leave after just 7:55 TOI. He will take his spot back on the third line with Alex Barre-Boulet and Anthony Cirelli if he is to return Monday.
Tyler Motte will be out indefinetly with an upper-body injury.
Motte is dealing with an upper-body injury that will keep him out of the lineup indefinitely after playing 7:55 in the season opener for the Lightning. Injuries have been a recurring theme in Motte's career as he has only played more than 62 games once in his seven-year career. Alex Barre-Boulet has been recalled and could fill in for Motte in the interim.
Tyler Motte is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury.
The Lightning have signed Tyler Motte to a one-year deal worth $800K.
Motte had eight goals, 11 assists, 109 SOG, six PIMs, and a +3 plus/minus across 62 games played with Ottawa and the New York Rangers in 2022-23 and has signed a one-year deal worth $800,000. The 28-year-old center is joining his sixth NHL team after Tampa was able to sign him due to Josh Archibald's contract termination.
Motte (upper-body) is on the ice for warmups and expected to play Saturday.
Motte (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Motte (upper-body) will not play Saturday in Boston.
Motte suffered an upper-body injury on Thursday and will not return.
Motte was hit high by Auston Watson, who was given a game misconduct for the hit. Motte left the game, and the Rangers announced that he will not return.
Tyler Motte will make his Rangers debut Monday.
Motte was dealt to New York for Julen Gautheir and a seventh-round pick Sunday and will make his Rangers' debut Monday. The 27-year-old had three goals, six assists, 65 SOG and four PIMs through 38 games with Ottawa prior to the deal.
The Rangers have acquired Tyler Motte from the Senators for Julien Gauthier and a conditional 2023 seventh-round pick.
Source: @Senators 02/19/23, 1:55 pm EST
Motte will sit out Sunday's game vs. St. Louis for "trade-related reasons."
Motte (finger) will play for the first time since December 22nd.
Motte (upper-body) will return to the Senators lineup on Saturday.
Tyler Motte will be out a week with an upper-body injury.
Motte left the Senators' last game Monday after just sevens shifts and 6:38 TOI due to an upper-body injury and will be out for at least a week. The 27-year-old had two goals, eight points, and 52 SOG through 28 games prior to the injury and will hope to be back soon with Ottawa also losing Tim Stutzle Wednesday.
Source: TSN 1200 12/14/22, 10:57 am EST
The Senators signed Tyler Motte to a one-year contract worth $1.35 million.
Source: @Senators 09/14/22, 3:09 pm EST
Motte is out indefinitely with an upper-body injury.
Motte suffered a significant upper-body injury vs. the Penguins on Thursday and will miss an extended period of time. The Rangers could not provide a timetable on his return.
Source: Dan Rosen 04/8/22, 12:07 pm EST
Motte will make his Rangers debut on Tuesday.
Motte was acquired from the Canucks on Monday and will start on the Rangers' fourth line with Barclay Goodrow and Ryan Reaves. Motte is a tenacious penalty killer and has tallied 15 points (7G / 8A) in 49 games this season.
The Rangers have acquired Tyler Motte from the Canucks for a 2023 fourth-round pick.
Motte was placed on the COVID-19 protocol list on Friday.
Motte now joined Tucker Poolman, Luke Schenn, Brad Hunt and Juho Lammikko in protocol for the Canucks. On Saturday, they're scheduled to host the Maple Leafs, who have added four players to COVID-19 protocol in the last 24 hours.
Source: @CanucksPR 12/18/21, 8:47 am EST