Anderson underwent successful shoulder surgery on Monday and will miss 4-to-6 months.
Anderson underwent successful surgery today to repair a posterior labral tear of his left shoulder and is expected to make a full recovery in four to six months. Anderson should be ready to go for training camp in 2021 and finishes 2020 with four points (1G / 3A) in 26 games.
Anderson (shoulder) has been placed on IR; expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks.
Anderson suffered a shoulder injury in Ottawa on Saturday and is expected to miss at least one month. Anderson has had a terribly difficult season, scoring just one goal on 63 shots (1.6 SH%) with three assists (four points) in 26 games.
Anderson (upper-body) will not play on Monday.
Anderson was hurt Saturday in Ottawa, presumably in a fight with Mark Borowiecki. Kevin Stenlund was recalled on emergency basis on Sunday and is expected to replace Anderson both at even-strength and on the power-play.
Anderson left Saturday's game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
The Blue Jackets have activated Josh Anderson (upper-body) from IR; expected to play on Monday.
Anderson has missed the past six games due to an upper-body injury that he suffered on October 5th. Anderson’s return will be a huge boost to the Blue Jackets’ offence, which currently sits 29th in the NHL in goals-per-game (2.25). Anderson scored 27 goals with 20 assists (47 points) in 82 games a season ago.
Anderson (upper-body) returned to practice on Thursday.
Anderson has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury but returning to practice is a big step towards returning to the Blue Jackets’ lineup. Head coach John Tortorella did not have much of an update on Anderson but said that “he’s progressing.”
The Blue Jackets have placed Josh Anderson (upper-body) on IR.
Columbus announced that Anderson is day-to-day with an upper-body injury that he suffered on October 5th, but was moved to IR so they could recall Markus Hannikainen from Cleveland (AHL). Anderson had already been ruled out of Friday’s game and is eligible to come off IR whenever he is healthy.
Anderson (upper-body) will not play Friday vs. the Ducks.
Anderson is set to miss his second straight game with an upper-body injury. The Blue Jackets have not released any type of timeline for his return, but the fact they are updating his status on a game-to-game basis suggests that he is simply day-to-day.
Anderson is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury; will not play on Monday.
Anderson played 16:54 and 16:01 TOI in his first two games of the season but will come out of the lineup vs. Buffalo. Anderson battled a lingering shoulder injury throughout training camp but there’s no evidence that it’s the same injury. Sonny Milano will replace Anderson in the Blue Jackets lineup.
Anderson (knee) will return to the Blue Jackets lineup on Thursday.
Anderson will play for the first time since February 26th tonight vs. the Penguins. This is a massive boost for the Blue Jackets heading into the playoffs, as Anderson was on a 24-goal, 15-assist pace before he got hurt.
Anderson will be re-evaluated after suffering a lower-body injury on Monday.
Anderson was knocked out of Monday’s game vs. the Capitals on a hit from Dmitry Orlov. As of now there is no timeframe for Anderson’s return, but expect an update prior to Thursday’s game in Los Angeles.
Anderson is questionable for Thursday's game against the Flyers.
Anderson will make his season debut on Tuesday against the Hurricanes.
Anderson appeared in a game with Cleveland (AHL) over the weekend and will get into the Blue Jackets lineup tomorrow in Carolina. Anderson skated with Brandon Dubinsky and Matt Calvert on the third line on Monday.
Source: @AlisonL 05/14/19, 8:19 pm EST
Anderson will draw into the Blue Jackets lineup on Saturday.
Anderson is not expected to be in the Blue Jackets’ opening night lineup.
Anderson missed training camp due to a contract dispute, but signed a three-year deal on Tuesday. Despite inking a new contract, head coach John Tortorella said that Anderson is out on Friday. Anderson will likely need a few practice sessions to get back into the swing of things, but don’t expect the power-forward to sit out for too many contests.
The Blue Jackets signed Josh Anderson to a three-year contract worth $5.55M ($1.85M AAV).
Anderson held out of training camp as an unsigned RFA, but gets a contract one-day before the start of the NHL season. The 23-year-old is coming off of 17-goal, 12-assist season and will look to carve out a larger role this season. Missing training camp will put Anderson behind the 8-ball and likely force him to start the season in the bottom-6.
Anderson (lower-body) will return to the Blue Jackets’ lineup on Monday.
Anderson missed the last three games with a lower-body injury, but it expected to replace Lauri Korpikoski in the lineup in Philadelphia. Anderson has scored 14 goals with 10 assists while playing limited minutes in 63 games this season.
Anderson will miss 7-10 days with a knee injury.
Anderson was hurt in Sunday’s win over the Devils and it will keep him sidelined for at least one week. Anderson hyperextended his knee and his injury opens the door for T.J. Tynan to make his NHL debut on Monday.
Anderson (concussion protocol) is expected to play on Thursday.
Anderson missed the third period vs. the Red Wings after being hit by Brendan Smith and did not return. Despite being in concussion protocol, it looks like Anderson will be in the lineup on Thursday. Anderson has 10 goals and nine assists (19 points) in 51 games this season.
Source: Rob Mixer 05/14/19, 8:19 pm EST
Anderson (undisclosed) left Tuesday’s game and did not return.
Anderson was forced from Tuesday’s game after being hit by Red Wings’ defenseman Brendan Smith. The Blue Jackets felt that the hit was questionable, but it went unpenalized. Monitor Anderson’s status prior to Thursday’s game vs. the Canucks. Expect Markus Hannikainen to replace him if he can't go.
Source: Rob Mixer 05/14/19, 8:19 pm EST