GREENBURGH, N.Y. --
Rangers forward Brandon Dubinsky
practiced Friday for the first time since April 27 while wearing an orange non-contact jersey.
Dubinsky suffered an undisclosed lower-body injury in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Ottawa Senators
and has been out since that time.
The 26-year-old stayed on the ice for about 20 minutes Friday before exiting to the locker room. Rangers coach John Tortorella offered no timetable for Dubinsky's return.
"He was on the ice," Tortorella said. "Other than that, there's no update."
Dubinsky has one assist in seven games this postseason.
In other injury news, forward Mats Zuccarello
(wrist) is no longer skating with the regular group and is instead practicing with the black aces called up from Connecticut of the AHL. Zuccarello is still not ready to play, but his skating with the healthy scratches is a strong indicator that even when he's healthy, he won't crack the lineup barring an injury to a teammate.
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