Marian Gaborik RUMORS & NEWS

  • 16d
    Rich Hammond @Rich_Hammond

    Gaborik is out, per Dean Lombardi. No timetable.

  • Gaborik hurt, out vs. Oilers as banged-up Kings lose another

    Pro Hockey Talk "The Los Angeles Kings will be down another key contributor from last year’s Stanley Cup championship when they take on the Oilers at Staples tonight: It’s unclear exactly what’s ailing Gaborik. The 32-year-old played in all three of L.A.’s games to start the season, recording one point while..." October 14

  • Marian Gaborik signs seven-year extension to stay with Kings

    CBSSports.com "The rumblings had been growing louder that a deal between the LA Kings and Marian Gaborik was close. On Wednesday the deal became a reality as Gaborik re-signed after a tremendous postseason for the Stanley Cup champions." June 25

  • Kings’ Gaborik haunts former teammates with clutch goal

    New York Post "After 13 years, Marian Gaborik finally got his chance to lift Lord Stanley’s Cup. Gaborik, who was traded away by the Rangers a little more than a year ago, scored the game-tying goal in the third period against his former team in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup finals Friday night. He later leapt..." June 14

  • 179d
    NHL Public Relations @PR_NHL

    Per @EliasSports: Gaborik is first in NHL playoff history to score a game-tying goal in final 10 sec. of reg. and then score the OT winner.

  • Jackets deal Marian Gaborik to Kings

    Sportsnet.ca "The Los Angeles Kings have finally addressed their need for scoring. The Kings acquired left winger Marian Gaborik from the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for winger Matt Frattin and a second- and third-round draft pick. Gaborik, 32, is in the final year of his contract that carries a..." March 05

  • Marian Gaborik being shopped by Blue Jackets

    CBSSports.com "As if there weren't enough high-priced, big-name forwards available in free agency, Marian Gaborik remains in play in Columbus. Or even more than that, the Blue Jackets are looking to trade him. Like most players on the block, Gaborik is a free agent after this season and so without a deal yet..." March 04

  • The Blue Jackets will welcome right wing Marian Gaborik

    Columbus Dispatch "Out since Dec. 21 with a broken collarbone, Gaborik will open on a line with left wing Mark Letestu and center Derek MacKenzie. He will be on the No. 1 power play unit with center Ryan Johansen and wing Nathan Horton. "I expect him to come out hard and play hard," Blue Jackets coach Todd..." February 26

  • Gaborik eager to return to Blue Jackets' lineup

    NHL.com "The Columbus Blue Jackets won't confirm that forward Marian Gaborik will be back in the lineup Thursday night when they resume play against the New Jersey Devils, but he's preparing as if he will take the ice. Gaborik has missed the past 22 games after breaking his collarbone on Dec. 21. But he..." February 26

  • Gaborik out of Sochi; Slovakia names Radivojevic replacement

    TSN.ca "Marian Gaborik will not be going to Sochi. The Columbus Blue Jackets announced on Thursday that the winger was not medically cleared to compete due a broken collarbone he incurred during a December 21 game against the Philadelphia Flyers. "Marian has worked extremely hard and done everything..." February 06

  • Blue Jackets' Gaborik sustains broken collarbone, out indefinitely

    NHL.com "Marian Gaborik, playing Saturday for the first time in 18 games following a knee injury, suffered a broken collarbone while setting up a goal for the Columbus Blue Jackets in the first period of their game against the Philadelphia Flyers at Nationwide Arena. The Blue Jackets announced Gaborik..." December 22

  • Blue Jackets activate Gaborik and Wisniewski off injured reserve

    NHL.com "The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated forward Marian Gaborik and defenseman James Wisniewski off Injured Reserve, club General Manager Jarmo Kekalainen announced today. Both players are expected to return to action when Columbus hosts the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday at Nationwide..." December 20

  • 317d
    Shawn Mitchell @smitchcd

    #CBJ James Wisniewski (upper body) and Marian Gaborik (knee sprain) will not travel to Philadelphia. Both expected to return on Saturday.

  • 349d
    NHL Blue Jackets @BlueJacketsNHL

    NEWS: #CBJ RW Marian Gaborik will miss 3-4 weeks with a lower body injury, according to head coach Todd Richards. #FSOCBJ

  • Will Marian Gaborik be on the trade block again?

    CBSSports.com "When the Columbus Blue Jackets acquired Marian Gaborik before the trade deadline last season, it was an exciting time in central Ohio. Not only did it signify the Blue Jackets as actually being a buyer but it gave them a scoring threat they hadn't had since they Rick Nash was granted his trade..." November 14

  • 378d
    ProSportsDaily @PSDnews

    Blue Jackets' Marian Gaborik (illness) will not play tonight in Montreal

  • 396d
    Rob Mixer @RobMixer

    Todd Richards said Gaborik returns today & should practice tomorrow; Nikitin is sick & Anisimov is day to day. #CBJ

  • 415d
    Aaron Portzline @Aportzline

    #CBJ GM Jarmo Kekalainen reiterated there have been no contract talks w RW Marian Gaborik. He's an unrestricted free agent after this season

  • Blue Jackets: Gaborik deal not imminent

    Columbus Dispatch "The Blue Jackets don’t plan to negotiate a contract extension with right winger Marian Gaborik — the club’s highest-paid player — until the coming season hits its stride. “We want to get more familiar with him, get to know him better,” general manager Jarmo Kekalainen said of Gaborik, who was..." July 11

  • Gaborik, Boll Repaired

    Columbus Dispatch "Blue Jackets wingers Marian Gaborik and Jared Boll each had successful abdominal surgeries today in Philadelphia. Gaborik had surgery to adjust a "mesh patch" that was put in place during a sports hernia surgery he had in 2001, following his rookie season with the Minnesota Wild. He's expected..." May 10

  • Gaborik Facing Abdominal Surgery

    Columbus Dispatch "Blue Jackets winger Marian Gaborik will have abdominal surgery that will require a three- to four-week recovery, forcing him to miss playing for Slovakia in the IIHF World Championships. According to one of Gaborik's agents, the surgery is to repair an area of his abdomen where a hernia surgery..." May 02

  • Jackets' Marian Gaborik Abdominal Injury Confirmed

    Columbus Dispatch "The Blue Jackets this morning have confirmed reports in Slovakia that winger Marian Gaborik is being seen by a specialist in Philadelphia today for an abdominal injury. "It's just a maintenance issue," Blue Jackets president of hockey operations John Davidson said. "Every player had an exit..." May 01

  • Rangers send Gaborik to Columbus in shocking trade

    New York Daily News "The Rangers acquired a big-time scorer from the Columbus Blue Jackets last summer, but on Wednesday afternoon, the NHL’s lowest-scoring team surprisingly sent one back. With less than a half hour remaining until the 3 p.m. NHL trade deadline, the Rangers pulled off a stunner by dealing..." April 04

  • Rangers trade Gaborik to Jackets for three players, pick

    TSN.ca "The New York Rangers have traded forward Marian Gaborik to the Columbus Blue Jackets. In return the Rangers will receive forward Derick Brassard, defenceman John Moore, forward Derek Dorsett and a sixth-round draft pick in 2014. The 31-year-old winger has scored nine goals and 10 assists in 35..." April 03

  • 576d
    Darren Dreger @

    Gaborik to CBJ pending he waives and trade call.

  • Rangers reunite Marian Gaborik, Rick Nash, and Brad Richards

    Bergen Record "The main news nugget out of this morning’s skate before the Rangers try to snap a three-game losing streak tonight against the Hurricanes is that Marian Gaborik skated on the right wing with center Brad Richards and Rick Nash. That trio started seven games together starting with the Rangers’..." March 18

  • Gaborik, Nash lead Rangers as Isles blame officiating

    New York Post "The Rangers were not given anything last night, no matter how many dirty looks and slanted words the Islanders had for the referees afterward. Once Marian Gaborik blasted home a slap shot 42 seconds into overtime, giving the Rangers a 2-1 win, it was the fact Michael Grabner sat in the home..." March 08

  • Gaborik’s goal: Revive Rangers

    New York Post "Rick Nash is still in New York suffering from an undisclosed injury, so this is the best time possible for Marian Gaborik to start playing like himself again. The Rangers’ sniper was as engaged and impactful in Thursday’s 3-2 shootout loss to the Senators as he has been since his hat trick..." February 23

  • Bruins enjoy challenge of Richards, Gaborik, Nash line

    CSN New England "They haven't come up with a catchy name in New York like Legion of Doom or the French Connection quite yet, but pairing together Rick Nash, Brad Richards and Marian Gaborik for Wednesday night's showdown with the Bruins was certainly worthy of a statement. The line combined for three goals all..." January 24

  • NHL lockout gave Rangers' Marian Gaborik time to heal shoulder injury

    Bergen Record "Life was a little different for Marian Gaborik during the NHL lockout compared with his NHL Players' Association brethren. Sure, there was uncertainty as to when he would play in an NHL game. But Gaborik concentrated on making sure his surgically repaired right shoulder would be ready as he..." January 10

  • After the lockout, Gaborik has health & high expectations

    New York Post "Marian Gaborik turned and knocked twice on the wood that frames his locker, a quick little touch of luck the Rangers winger hopes follows him through this upcoming shortened season more than it did at the end of last. Gaborik is just more than seven months removed from having surgery to repair..." January 10

  • Richards, Gaborik lament lost opportunity

    New York Post "There was his chance, sitting open at the left circle, waiting for the puck, and when it came, Brad Richards fired it quickly only to watch it get swallowed up in Martin Brodeur's stacked pads. It was the third period of the last game of the Rangers season, Game 6 of the Eastern Conference..." May 27

  • Gabby, Callahan finally deliver

    New York Post "Maybe somebody was listening to John Tortorella on Tuesday when he jokingly said the only thing he can do to get his top forwards to score was "pray." Last night at the Garden, during the Devils' 5-3 Game 5 win, the Rangers coach got one goal apiece from two of his best forwards — Ryan Callahan..." May 24

  • Gaborik takes place among Rangers biggest goals

    New York Post "Hockey fans don't need much in the way of reference points; surnames will do just fine. There isn't a Rangers fan who was alive on the evening of May 27, 1994, who needs anything other than the word "Matteau" to summon time, place, who they were with, what they were drinking, what they were..." May 03

  • Gaborik must show up for shot at Cup

    New York Post "This was a good time for Marian Gaborik to stop squeezing his stick so tight, to be the threat John Tortorella's Rangers need him to be, to be Braden Holtby's worst nightmare. Because there will be playoff nights when phenom Chris Kreider will not show up more powerful than a locomotive, able..." May 01

  • Gaborik's struggles continue in Game 5 loss

    New York Post "There hardly was a doubt during the regular season who was the best offensive player on the Rangers, but for most of their opening-round playoff series with the Senators, winger Marian Gaborik has been conspicuously absent. "We have to do more," Gaborik said before Saturday night's 2-0 loss in..." April 22

  • Marian's all in with Rangers' work ethic

    New York Post "As the Rangers have marched through the regular season, coach John Tortorella and his players have preached the need for everyone to buy into the team's philosophy of total commitment at both ends of the ice. The formula clearly has worked, as the Black-and-Blueshirts clinched home-ice..." April 01

  • Marian Gaborik's injury changed Minnesota Wild

    St. Paul Pioneer Press "The Wild have been in a death spiral ever since Marian Gaborik left the organization three years ago. In fact, it was an injury to Gaborik in October of 2008, his last season here, that dramatically changed the course of Wild history. All those memories came back as the best and most exciting..." March 28

  • Gaborik enjoys success vs. Wild

    Minneapolis Star Tribune "Only a handful of Wild players remain from the days Marian Gaborik filled the back of the net ... when he wasn't on the trainer's table. The former Wild sniper had dinner with three of them Monday night -- Mikko Koivu, Niklas Backstrom and Pierre-Marc Bouchard. The check was split, although..." March 28

  • Gaborik sees eye-to-eye with coach John Tortorella now

    New York Post "It was a game of war last year between John Tortorella, the coach of the Rangers, and Marian Gaborik, the marquee forward of the Rangers, that proved much like the fictional thermonuclear war in the movie "War Games." Because no one could win. Not the coach, whose team finished in eighth..." March 05

  • Gaborik's OT goal lifts Rangers to 3-2 win over Panthers

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The well-rested Panthers should've gotten the Eastern Conference-leading Rangers on a Winter Classic hangover while also looking to a key Atlantic Division matchup against the mighty Penguins. No chance. While the Panthers received contributions from three players who have either been..." January 06

  • Gaborik's line lifting Rangers

    New York Post "The most important thing to know about hockey chemistry is that it is not science. Rather it is an undefinable mixture of preparation, communication, instinct and work ethic. Or else, perhaps it's just as Professor Artem Anisimov explained it when asked why his line featuring Derek Stepan in..." December 23

  • Brad Richards won't center for Marian Gaborik for the time being

    Bergen Record "The blueprint for the Rangers from the moment they signed Brad Richards to a nine-year, $60 million contract, through training camp and the season's first eight games was to have him center Marian Gaborik. That plan may have changed. It certainly has for today's game against the Senators, the..." October 29

  • Gaborik excited to team with Richards

    New York Post "When you are paid $7.5 million a year as one of the most gifted goal-scorers extant, you play in a No Excuses League, which, to Marian Gaborik's everlasting credit, he understood through a confounding 2010-11 during which he scored in only 14 games for a meager 22 goals overall. But there's no..." July 14

  • Marian Gaborik's miscue hurt Rangers in Game 4 vs. Capitals, but he knows comebacks from Wild days

    New York Daily News "It was Marian Gaborik 's miscue, knocking the puck away from Henrik Lundqvist , that allowed Jason Chimera to score in the second overtime Wednesday night and put the Rangers on the brink of elimination as they head back to Washington for Game 5 against the Capitals Saturday. It is..." April 23

  • Gaffe in past for Gaborik, Rangers

    Bergen Record "There might be just one last chance for Marian Gaborik to make a positive impact on this Rangers season. The Capitals hold a 3-1 lead in their Eastern Conference quarterfinal with Game 5 Saturday at Washington after the Rangers blew a three-goal, third-period lead in a 4-3, double-overtime loss..." April 22

  • Gaborik practices with Rangers' second PP unit

    New York Post "It was one power-play practice session two days before the opening playoff game in Washington, nothing more and nothing less than that, but that doesn't change the fact that yesterday for the first time in memory, Marian Gaborik skated on the Rangers' second unit. The Blueshirts went through..." April 12

  • Rangers' Gaborik must show playoff mettle vs. Capitals

    New York Post "There are always paral lel, if at times contradictory, theories at work in the playoffs, one being that a team cannot succeed in a seven-game series without significant contributions from depth players, the other holding that a team cannot succeed without its top players leading the way. Both..." April 12

  • John Tortorella wants Rangers such as Marian Gaborik to take advantage of clean slate in playoffs

    New York Daily News "The NHL's "second season," as Rangers coach John Tortorella describes the playoffs, is akin to hitting the refresh button. That goes both for his team, which qualified with an assist from Tampa Bay, and for individual players who have been unable to produce consistently or remain in the lineup..." April 12

  • Marian must show playoff mettle vs. Caps

    New York Post "There are always paral lel, if at times contradictory, theories at work in the playoffs, one being that a team cannot succeed in a seven-game series without significant contributions from depth players, the other holding that a team cannot succeed without its top players leading the way. Both..." April 11

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