DeKeyser (lower-body) is expected to miss two weeks.
DeKeyser missed Wednesday’s game in Ottawa and the Red Wings are expected to be without him for at least two more weeks. Madison Bowey and Alex Biega will likely split time as the Red Wings’ sixth defenseman while DeKeyser is out.
DeKeyser (undisclosed) will come out of the Red Wings lineup on Wednesday.
DeKeyser recently returned to the Red Wings lineup but is injured again after playing just three games. Madison Bowey will draw back into the lineup for DeKeyser, who is back in Detroit undergoing further evaluation.
DeKeyser (mid-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
DeKeyser was a late-scratch in Vancouver on Tuesday and missed Wednesday’s practice but remains a game-time call for tonight’s game in Calgary. The recently acquired Alex Biega will remain in the Red Wings lineup if DeKeyser can’t play against the Flames.
DeKeyser (undisclosed) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
DeKeyser (hand) is expected to return to the Red Wings lineup on Tuesday.
DeKeyser has been out since December 4th but is expected to play on Tuesday after being a full participant in Monday’s practice session. DeKeyser still needs to be cleared by the medical staff but all signs point towards him returning vs. the Ducks.
DeKeyser is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a hand injury.
DeKeyser was forced to leave Tuesday’s game vs. the Lightning with a hand injury and will be sidelined until at least early-January. With DeKeyser out, Luke Witkowski is expected to dress as the Red Wings’ No.6 defenseman until either Trevor Daley is healthy or they recall another defenseman.
DeKeyser (hand) is expected to return to the Red Wings lineup on Saturday.
DeKeyser has been out since October 13th but is set to return Saturday vs. the Oilers. DeKeyser has on assist and six shots on goal in five games this season.
DeKeyser (hand) will not play Tuesday; hopeful to play later this week.
DeKeyser will miss his seventh straight game with a hand injury, but hopes he’ll be able to play Thursday vs. the Devils or Saturday vs. the Oilers.
Source: Ansar Khan 10/29/18, 1:30 pm EST
DeKeyser (hand) is expected to miss 10-14 days.
DeKeyser (upper-body) will not play Monday in Montreal.
DeKeyser was forced to leave Saturday’s game in Boston after playing just 1:31 TOI and did not return. Head coach Jeff Blashill told reporters that DeKeyser is going to see a specialist on Tuesday and that will help determine how long the seventh-year defenseman will be out. Dennis Cholowski will replace DeKeyser vs. the Canadiens.
DeKeyser (ankle) will likely make his return to the lineup on Sunday.
DeKeyser has been sidelined since October 10th, but it looks like he will return on Sunday. There’s no word who DeKeyser will replace, but Trevor Daley (upper-body) is a question mark for Friday so there’s no guarantee he will be available for Sunday.
DeKeyser will miss another 10-to-21 days with a sprained ankle.
DeKeyser has missed the last nine games and was believed to be close to returning, but the Red Wings announced on Monday that he will be out for at least 10 more days. The Red Wings are not expected to recall a defenseman at this time.
Source: Ansar Khan 10/30/17, 9:52 am EST
DeKeyser (ankle) is doubtful to play Saturday in Florida.
DeKeyser is expected to miss his ninth straight game on Saturday, but it looks like he is nearing a return to the lineup. His next chance to play is next Tuesday vs. the Coyotes.
DeKeyser will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
DeKeyser (ankle) is expected to miss 1-2 weeks.
DeKeyser is dealing with a slight ankle sprain and will miss at least one more week. With DeKeyser out, look for both Niklas Kronwall and Xavier Ouellet to remain in the Red Wings lineup. DeKeyser doesn’t carry a lot of fantasy value because of his lack of power-play usage.
DeKeyser is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
DeKeyser suffered a lower-body injury in the Red Wings’ loss in Dallas on Tuesday. The Red Wings start a back-to-back on Thursday, so monitor DeKeyser’s status during their morning skate. Niklas Kronwall said he hopes to be back by Thursday, so he could take DeKeyser’s spot in the lineup.
Source: Ansar Khan 10/11/17, 9:04 am EST
The Red Wings signed Danny DeKeyser to a six-year contract worth $30 million ($5M AAV).
DeKeyser, 26, is coming off of his third full NHL season and set a career-high in goals (8), but a career-low in points (20). DeKeyser is arguably the Red Wings’ top defenseman and they have locked him up through the 2021-22 season. Look for DeKeyser to play huge minutes for Detroit in 2016-17 and he has shown the potential to be and effective goal-scorer with 30-plus point potential.
DeKeyser (knee bruise) is expected to be in the lineup on Friday.
DeKeyser was struck by a shot on Wednesday, but is good to go for Friday’s game vs. the Avalanche. This is great news for the Red Wings, who are already without Mike Green and Niklas Kronwall on the back-end. DeKeyser has three goals and one assist in his last eight games.
DeKeyser left Wednesday's game after blocking a shot and did not return.
DeKeyser blocked a Dion Phaneuf in an uncomfortable spot and was forced to the locker room. He came out and tested it during a T.V timeout but couldn't put enough weight on it to return to the game. Head coach Jeff Blashill said he thinks DeKeyser is only dealing with a bruise and is day-to-day.
DeKeyser (foot) will make his season debut on Saturday vs. Montreal.
DeKeyser missed the first four games of the season with a strained ligament in his foot, but he is set to return tonight in Montreal. DeKeyser will replace Brendan Smith, who is out with an undisclosed injury and he will skate on the second pair with Mike Green.