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Last Update: 12/7/22 – 10:25 PM
Injured on: 12/3/22
12/7 – Eichel did not participate in morning skate and Cassidy said he did not skate at all on his own. Cassidy said Jack told him he’s feeling better but he’s still day-to-day. Will not play against NYR.
12/5 – Eichel will not play in tonight’s game in Boston.
12/5 – Eichel participated in morning skate, he is a gametime decision for the game.
12/4 – Eichel is considered a game-time decision for tomorrow.
12/3 – Eichel left the game in the 3rd period.
Injured on: 11/23/22
12/7 – Howden was moved to LTIR with the move to bring up Jonas Rondbjerg.
11/29 – Howden was placed on IR.
11/26 – Cassidy said he is uncertain on Howden’s timeline. He is ruled out for tonight and it’s possible he does not travel on the upcoming four game road trip.
11/25 – Howden did not take warmups and thus will miss tonight’s game.
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Out For Season
Injury: Double Hip Surgery
Injury: Recurring Concussion Issues
Injury: Lingering foot and ankle issues
Previous Injuries (2022-23)
Injured on: 11/17/22
11/25 – Returned to action
11/23 – Cassidy says it “does not look good” for Roy to play this week.
11/19 – Roy did not play in Edmonton.
11/18 – Cassidy says Roy may not travel on the upcoming road trip. He’s unlikely to play tomorrow.
11/17 – Roy left the game early with what was later described as “lower-body aggravation.” He is not expected to miss time.
Injured On: 10/26/22
11/1 – Returned to action.
10/30 – Kolesar did not participate in warmups and thus will not play.
10/29 – Kolesar skated with the team but did not participate in line rushes in practice.
10/28 – Kolesar did not play in the afternoon’s game.
10/27 – Kolesar missed practice. Cassidy described it as an illness and said he does not want Kolesar around the team while he’s sick. His status is questionable for tomorrow’s game.
Injured On: 9/25/22
10/13 – Returned to action
10/12 – Cassidy sounded optimistic that Carrier will play tomorrow. Couldn’t confirm 100% though.
10/11 – Carrier traveled with the team to LA and skated after morning skate.
10/7 – Carrier has not resumed skating yet. His status for Opening Night is very much in jeopardy.
10/6 – Carrier did not travel.
10/5 – Carrier is not expected to travel to Salt Lake City tomorrow.
10/3 – Cassidy says Carrier is not likely to join the team until the end of the week at the earliest. He will not play tomorrow.
9/28 – Cassidy ruled Carrier out for the rest of the week. The hope is that he’s ready to go when the team returns from their trip to Montana this weekend.
9/26 – Cassidy termed the injury as “mid-body” while using his hands to gesture between the chest and the waist. He said Carrier was held out as a precaution and would have likely played the 3rd in a real game. But, upon further examination, it appeared to be a slightly worse injury. The team is off Tuesday and he is hopeful to be back skating Wednesday but it may take longer. Cassidy did not expect it to be a serious injury though.
9/25 – Carrier exited the preseason game after the 2nd period.
Injured On: 10/4/22
10/11 – Whitecloud returned to action.
10/7 – Cassidy says Whitecloud is skating but has not rejoined the team. He will likely not play tomorrow but has a chance to return for the opener.
10/6 – Whitecloud did not travel with the team to Salt Lake City and did not practice in the morning.
10/5 – Whitecloud was held out of practice as a maintenance day and is not expected to play in tomorrow’s game. Though Cassidy says he probably would not have played anyway.
10/4 – Whitecloud took a shot up high but continued to play the rest of the game.
Injured On: Recurring
9/30 – Returned to preseason action.
9/28 – Cassidy confirmed that Stone is expected to get into a preseason game soon.
9/26 – Stone was in a regular jersey, practicing with the players not scheduled to play in the preseason game.
9/25 – Stone participated in power play practice, still in the no-contact jersey.
9/22 – Stone participated in the first day of on-ice training camp wearing a red no-contact jersey.
5/19 – Mark Stone underwent lumbar discectomy surgery. The team says is expected to be ready for Opening Night.