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Due to the [[2004–05 NHL lockout]], Ortmeyer spent the entirety of the following season with the Wolf Pack. He returned to the Rangers full-time in the [[2005–06 NHL season]], playing on a line with [[Dominic Moore]] and [[Ryan Hollweg]], which was known as the "HMO" line, as well as on the penalty-killing unit. The three players provided energy with their strong checking; however, the 2006 off-season saw the trading of Moore to the [[Pittsburgh Penguins]], breaking up the line.
 
Due to the [[2004–05 NHL lockout]], Ortmeyer spent the entirety of the following season with the Wolf Pack. He returned to the Rangers full-time in the [[2005–06 NHL season]], playing on a line with [[Dominic Moore]] and [[Ryan Hollweg]], which was known as the "HMO" line, as well as on the penalty-killing unit. The three players provided energy with their strong checking; however, the 2006 off-season saw the trading of Moore to the [[Pittsburgh Penguins]], breaking up the line.
   
During that same off-season, Ortmeyer was sidelined indefinitely on August 14, 2006, after he was diagnosed with a [[pulmonary embolism]].<ref name=wave/> On January 2, 2007, one day after his self-predicted return date, Ortmeyer returned to the Rangers line-up after a conditioning stint with the Wolf Pack. Serving in a limited role to ease the transition, he played 5:35 during two periods of action. On January 13, in his sixth game since returning, he scored on a [[shorthanded goal|shorthanded]] [[penalty shot (ice hockey)|penalty shot]] against the [[Boston Bruins]] to assure a 3–1 Rangers victory.<ref>{{cite news|title=Late goal on penalty shot propels Rangers over Bruins|url=http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/games/2007-01-13-bruins-rangers_x.htm?POE=SPOISVA|accessdate=2009-05-10|publisher=''[[USA Today]]'' | date=2007-01-13}}</ref> On January 29, Ortmeyer posted a career-high points with 3 assists and was named the first star in another game against the Bruins in Boston.
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During that same off-season, Ortmeyer was sidelined indefinitely on August 14, 2006, after he was diagnosed with a [[pulmonary embolism]].<ref name=wave/> On January 2, 2007, one day after his self-predicted return date,{{Citation needed|date=May 2009}} Ortmeyer returned to the Rangers line-up after a conditioning stint with the Wolf Pack. Serving in a limited role to ease the transition, he played 5:35 during two periods of action. On January 13, in his sixth game since returning, he scored on a [[shorthanded goal|shorthanded]] [[penalty shot (ice hockey)|penalty shot]] against the [[Boston Bruins]] to assure a 3–1 Rangers victory.<ref>{{cite news|title=Late goal on penalty shot propels Rangers over Bruins|url=http://www.usatoday.com/sports/hockey/games/2007-01-13-bruins-rangers_x.htm?POE=SPOISVA|accessdate=2009-05-10|publisher=''[[USA Today]]'' | date=2007-01-13}}</ref> On January 29, Ortmeyer posted a career-high points with 3 assists and was named the first star in another game against the Bruins in Boston.
   
 
Having made a full recovery, Ortmeyer was honored with his second [[Steven McDonald]] Extra Effort Award for his outstanding commitment and hard work on and off the ice.<ref name=wave>{{cite news|title=Rangers Head to Playoffs on Wave of Inspiration|url=http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/06/sports/hockey/06rangers.html?em&ex=1176004800&en=a632bc03ffaa876c&ei=5087%0A|accessdate=2009-05-10|date=2008-04-06|publisher=''[[New York Times]]'' | first=Lynn | last=Zinser}}</ref> He was also the Rangers' 2007 nominee to win the [[Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy]] for his dedication to the game, evident in his comeback.
 
Having made a full recovery, Ortmeyer was honored with his second [[Steven McDonald]] Extra Effort Award for his outstanding commitment and hard work on and off the ice.<ref name=wave>{{cite news|title=Rangers Head to Playoffs on Wave of Inspiration|url=http://www.nytimes.com/2007/04/06/sports/hockey/06rangers.html?em&ex=1176004800&en=a632bc03ffaa876c&ei=5087%0A|accessdate=2009-05-10|date=2008-04-06|publisher=''[[New York Times]]'' | first=Lynn | last=Zinser}}</ref> He was also the Rangers' 2007 nominee to win the [[Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy]] for his dedication to the game, evident in his comeback.
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