Sbisa is expected to be in the Golden Knights lineup for Game 5.
Sbisa is expected to be sidelined long-term with an undisclosed injury.
Sbisa left Wednesday’s game vs. the Kings early and head coach Gerrard Gallant said that he is going to be out for a while. Shea Theodore will replace the veteran defenseman on Friday.
Sbisa will play in place of Shea Theodore (illness) against the Canadiens on Saturday.
Sbisa will be out 6-8 weeks after undergoing surgery to repair ruptured ligaments in his left hand.
After returning to the lineup last Friday, Sbisa suffered a hand injury that will require surgery and force him to miss at least a month and a half. Sbisa had a nice season going before getting hurt the first time, having collected 10 points (1G / 9A) in his first 24 games with the Golden Knights.
Sbisa will come out of the Golden Knights lineup on Sunday.
Source: Steve Carp 01/7/18, 9:00 am EST
The Golden Knights have activated Luca Sbisa (lower-body) from IR.
Source: Steve Carp 01/5/18, 12:23 pm EST
Sbisa is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury; will not play Thursday.
Sbisa is a little dinged up so Jon Merrill will replacing him in the lineup tonight vs. the Penguins. After tonight the Golden Knights are off until Sunday, so that may be enough time for Sbisa to get back into the lineup.
Sbisa (lower-body) has been activated from IR and will return to the lineup on Thursday.
Sbisa (lower-body) did not travel to Anaheim; won’t play Wednesday.
Sbisa will miss his fourth consecutive game with a lower-bod injury, but it appears he is nearing a return to the Golden Knights blueline. Monitor Swiss’s status as Vegas heads into their back-to-back with the Sharks and Coyotes on Friday and Saturday.
Sbisa (undisclosed) is day-to-day and will not travel on the Golden Knights road trip.
Sbisa (illness) will be in the Canucks' lineup on Tuesday.
Sbisa left Saturday’s game with an illness, but is expected to be in the lineup tonight vs. the Red Wings. The Canucks are dealing with mumps, but it sounds like Sbisa may have avoided it. He comes into play with two goals and 10 assists (12 points) in 61 games this season.
Source: Jon Abbott 02/28/17, 5:28 am EST
Sbisa is week-to-week with an upper-body injury.
Sbisa suffered an upper-body injury in Monday’s loss to the Jets and will miss at least a couple of weeks. With Sbisa out, Nikita Tryamkin will make his NHL debut on Wednesday.
Sbisa (hand) will return to the Canucks lineup on Sunday.
Sbisa (ankle) will return to the Canucks lineup on Wednesday.
Sbisa is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury.
Sbisa was spotted wearing a walking boot this morning and he has been placed IR with a lower-body injury. With Sbisa out, Dan Hamhuis will return to the lineup after missing the last three games.
Source: @VanCanucks 11/2/15, 9:44 am EST
The Canucks have signed Luca Sbisa to a three-year, $10.8M contract extension.
Sbisa has scored three goals and eight assists (11 points) with a minus-9 rating and 46 PIMS in 74 games with the Canucks this season.
Source: Dan Murphy 04/8/15, 2:06 pm EST
Sbisa (undisclosed) will be back in the lineup on Thursday.
Sbisa was cleared to play on Wednesday, but he served as a healthy scratch because the Canucks wanted Yannick Weber to stay in the lineup for power-play purposes. Sbisa will be back in tonight after a four-game absence.
Sbisa (undisclosed) is not expected to play on Wednesday.
Sbisa is not taking part in line rushes this morning, which suggests that he will miss his fourth straight game with an undisclosed. With Sbisa out, Yannick Weber will remain in the lineup.
Sbisa (undisclosed) will not play on Sunday.
Sbisa will be replaced by Yannick Weber on the blue line because Sbisa is out with an undisclosed injury. Consider him day-to-day.
Source: Ben Kuzma 11/9/14, 3:45 pm EST
The Canucks have acquired Nick Bonino, Luca Sbisa, the 24th overall pick and the 85th overall pick in this year's draft from the Ducks for Ryan Kesler and 2015 third-round pick.
Sbisa, 24, missed 52 games this past season with a combination of ankle, hand and knee injuries. He finished the season with six points (1G / 5A) in 30 games. Sbisa does not shy away from contact but has yet to develop into the offensive-defenseman he was expected to be. He will look to stay healthy in 2014-15 and attack his career high of 24 points (2011-12).