When Marc Staal took a puck to the face earlier this month, America started talking about hockey and whether visors should be mandated, but conversations amongst Rangers fans specifically were about how the Rangers would cope without Staal, a player who missed nearly half of last season with a concussion.
Losing a key player to injury, like Staal, can derail a season, and a player with a long history of injuries often loses millions in contract money because of their fragile reputation.
For the purpose of this list, injury history starts with a rookie season in the NHL, so a lot of younger players who are in their third season or before have either been mostly healthy since turning pro, or injuries have prevented them from gaining recognition. For example, I won't consider someone like Michael Sauer for this list.
But let's look at five current and contributing Rangers with the most worrisome history of injuries, concluding with the most injury-prone Ranger.