Tkachuk will be rested on Saturday.
Tkachuk is expected to be back in the Flames lineup on Wednesday.
Tkachuk was rested on Monday but is expected to replace Elias Lindholm in the lineup on Wednesday.
Source: Derek Wills 04/3/19, 2:45 pm EST
Tkachuk will be rested on Monday.
Tkachuk (upper-body) will miss his second straight game on Friday.
Tkachuk is still dealing with a suspected concussion and will not play tonight vs. the Sharks. With Tkachuk out, Sam Bennett will continue to skate on the Flames’ second line.
Tkachuk (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Tkachuk was not on the ice for the second straight day and will miss tonight’s game vs. the Oilers with a suspected concussion. With Tkachuk out, Sam Bennett will move up the lineup and play on the second line and Chris Stewart will draw back in the lineup. Tkachuk is officially listed as day-to-day.
Tkachuk (undisclosed) missed Monday’s practice.
Tkachuk was hurt late in Sunday’s game vs. the Islanders following a collision with Mathew Barzal and his absence from Monday’s practice makes him questionable for Tuesday’s game vs. the Oilers. Before panicking, check on Tkachuk’s status during tomorrow’s morning skate .
Tkachuk will return from his one-game suspension on Saturday.
Tkachuk has been suspended one game for spearing; will not play Thursday in Montreal.
Tkachuk returns to the Flames lineup after a one-game suspension.
The NHL has suspended Matthew Tkachuk for one game—won’t play Saturday afternoon in Philadelphia.
Tkachuk has been suspended for one game for his role in Wednesday’s brawl in Detroit. Tkachuk slashed Luke Witkowski as he left the ice following a fight, which sparked a full blown brawl. With Tkachuk out, Matt Stajan will likely draw into the lineup on Saturday.
Source: @NHLFlames 11/18/17, 4:42 am EST
The NHL suspended Matthew Tkachuk for two games for elbowing Drew Doughty.
Tkachuk caught Drew Doughty with an elbow and will miss the Flames next two games. Tkachuk will not play on Tuesday or Thursday and should be replaced by Michael Ferland (illness) as long as he is good-to-go.
Tkachuk (lower-body) is in warmups and is expected to play on Wednesday.
Tkachuk (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Tkachuk (wrist) is expected to return to the Flames’ lineup on Tuesday.
Tkachuk missed the last two games with a wrist injury, but he was back at practice on Monday and is expected to play on Tuesday. Tkachuk has registered six points (3G / 3A) in his first 12 career NHL games. Tkachuk is expected to skate on the Flames’ second line with Mikael Backlund and Michael Frolik.
Tkachuk (wrist) will not play on Saturday.
Tkachuk will miss his second straight game after having stitches on his wrist. Tkachuk remains day-to-day and could be back in the lineup on Tuesday in Minnesota.
Tkachuk is day-to-day with a wrist injury; will not play on Thursday.
Tkachuk will be back in the Flames lineup on Tuesday.
Tkachuk was a healthy scratch in each of the last two games, but will replace Freddie Hamilton in the lineup tonight. Tkachuk has averaged 11:55 TOI per game and has one goal on nine shots in his first five NHL games.
Source: @NHLFlames 10/25/16, 8:25 am EST
Tkachuk will be a healthy scratch for a second straight game.
Tkachuk, who has one goal on nine shots in his first five NHL games, will be a healthy scratch again tonight. With Tkachuk in the press box, Freddie Hamilton will play again.
Tkachuk is expected to be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Tkachuk has one goal, nine shots and a minus-1 rating while averaging 11:55 through his first five NHL games. It looks like he will sit tonight while Freddie Hamilton makes his season debut.
Tkachuk will make the Flames’ opening night roster.
Tkachuk was selected sixth overall this summer after picking up 107 points (30G / 77A) in 57 games with the London Knights. Tkachuk has impressed in his first NHL training camp and will break camp with the Flames. He is expected to start on a line with Sam Bennett and Troy Brouwer, which gives him an excellent chance to produce right away.
Source: Ryan Leslie 10/7/16, 1:56 pm EST