Burakovsky (illness) will play on Tuesday.
Burakovsky missed Monday's practice with an illness but was on the ice for the morning skate and will play vs. the Stars. Burakovsky has been held without a goal for 11 straight goals, posting four assists and 19 shots (1.7 SOG/gm) over that stretch.
Burakovsky (upper-body) will return to the Avalanche lineup in Montreal.
Burakovsky (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Burakovsky was on the ice for Colorado's morning skate but will miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury. Monitor Burakovsky's status prior to Thursday's game in Montreal.
Burakovsky (upper-body) will miss his second straight game on Saturday.
The Avalanche have signed Andre Burakovsky to a one-year contract.
Source: Avalanche 07/15/19, 1:03 pm EST
The Avalanche acquired Andre Burakovsky from the Capitals for Scott Kosmachuk, a 2020 second-round pick and a 2020-third-round pick.
Burakovsky was picked No.23 overall back in 2013 but has yet to top 40 points in five NHL seasons. In his defence, Burakovsky has never played more than 13:50 TOI/gm, so the Avalanche will see what he can do for them in a larger role. The 24-year-old has tremendous speed, a great shot but had just 12 goals and 13 assists (25 points) in 76 games a season ago.
Burakovsky will be back in the Capitals lineup on Monday.
Burakovsky has been a healthy scratch for the last two games but will replace Nic Dowd on Monday. Burakovsky has not had a good season, scoring just five goals with four assists (nine points) in 38 games this season.
Source: JJ Regan 01/14/19, 11:37 am EST
Burakovsky is expected to be a healthy scratch for Game 5.
Burakovsky (upper-body) will be a game-time decision for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Burakovsky (upper-body) has been upgraded to day-to-day and traveled with the team to Tampa Bay.
Burakovsky (upper-body) will not travel to Columbus; will miss at least games 3 & 4.
Burakovsky will be back in the Capitals lineup on Friday.
Burakovsky (illness) did not make the trip to Carolina for Friday's game.
Burakovsky was expected to be in the lineup last night but was a late scratch due to an illness. The Capitals elected to keep him back in Washington for Friday’s game, recalling Travis Boyd from Hershey (AHL) to serve as their reserve forward.
Burakovsky (illness) will not play Thursday vs. the Hurricanes.
Burakovsky will be back in the Capitals lineup on Sunday.
Burakovsky will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Burakovsky has struggled since returning from a thumb injury and has picked up just eight points (3G / 5A) in 19 games this season. Burakovsky has game-breaking talent and a great shot but has struggled to find his way early in his NHL career. Tonight he will sit for Chandler Stephenson.
Burakovsky (thumb) will draw back into the lineup on Friday.
Burakovsky has been out since October 21st but with Tyler Graovac being placed on waivers and Travis Boyd being sent to Hershey (AHL) the Capitals cleared the way for Burakovsky to play Friday. Prior to getting hurt, Burakovsky had one goal and three assists (four points) in nine games.
Burakovsky underwent surgery on his left thumb; expected to miss 6-8 weeks.
Burakovsky (upper-body) will not travel on the Capitals three-game road-trip.
Burakovsky will miss Monday’s practice with an upper-body injury.
After being dropped to the third line on Friday, Burakovsky recorded a goal and assist, but he is reportedly banged up following this weekend’s back-to-back set. The Capitals are off until Thursday, so even if he’s kept off of the ice today he could avoid missing any time.