Milan Michalek News
Left Wing, Right Wing
Toronto Maple Leafs
Michalek will miss the rest of the regular season with a knee injury.
Michalek (finger) will make his Maple Leafs debut on Monday.
Michalek has broken two fingers this season, the second one has kept him sidelined since January 22nd. Tonight he will make his Maple Leafs debut vs. the Sabres. The 31-year-old has 10 points (6G / 4A) in 32 games this season.
The Maple Leafs have acquired Milan Michalek, Colin Greening, Jared Cowen, Tobias Lindberg and a 2017 2nd round pick from the Senators for Dion Phaneuf, Matt Frattin, Casey Bailey, Ryan Rupert and prospect Cody Donaghey.
Michalek is currently out with his second broken finger of the season and is not expected to be back until March. Michalek has one more year left before he becomes an unrestricted free agent. He has 10 points (6G / 4A) in 32 games this season.
Michalek is out indefinitely with a broken finger.
Michalek suffered a broken finger in the Senators loss to the Islanders. Michalek already missed over one month with a fractured index finger, so this is nothing new for the veteran forward. Expect Michalek to miss multiple weeks once again.
Michalek (finger) will return to the Senators lineup on Thursday.
Michalek has not played since December 1st because of a fractured index finger. Prior to getting hurt, Michalek collected eight points (5G / 3A) in 24 games. He will skate with Mika Zibanejad and Mike Hoffman.
Michalek is out indefinitely with a fractured index finger.
Michalek left Tuesday's game after being hit in the hand by a shot. The Senators revealed this morning that he sustained a fractured right index finger and will be sidelined indefinitely. Expect him to be placed on IR and for the Senators to recall a forward. This could also open the door for Colin Greening to make his season debut.
Michalek (undisclosed) took part in the morning skate; expected to play vs. Calgary.
Michalek left Tuesday’s practice after blocking a shot, but he was back on the ice for the morning skate and is expected to play tonight vs. the Flames. Michalek, who will skate with J.G Pageau and Alex Chiasson, has two goals and 19 shots in eight games.
Michalek (head) will play in Game 1.
Michalek has been out since March 21st, but will be back in the lineup for Game 1 vs. Montreal. Michalek is expected to play on the second line with Mika Zibanejad and Bobby Ryan. He had 13 goals and 21 assists (34 points) in 66 games this season.
Michalek (head) skated on a regular line on Monday.
Michalek has been sidelined since March 21st, but was skating on a line with Mika Zibanejad and Bobby Ryan in Monday’s practice. His availability on Monday, suggests that Michalek could be ready to return in Game 1.
Michalek (head) will not play on Monday.
Michalek missed the morning skate and will be held out of tonight’s game with a head injury that he suffered on Saturday. He is considered day-to-day. Colin Greening will enter the lineup for Michalek and Alex Chiasson will replace him on a line with Kyle Turris and Mark Stone.
Michalek (head) is not on the ice for the Senators morning skate.
Michalek left Saturday’s game vs. the Maple Leafs and did not return. His absence from the morning skate suggests that he won’t play tonight, but monitor his status after the skate.
Michalek (upper-body) will return to the Senators lineup on Monday.
Michalek has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury, but he will be back in tonight vs. the Sabres. Michalek will skate on the third line with David Legwand and Colin Greening. He has eight points (2G / 6A) in 25 games.
Michalek (upper-body) has been placed on IR.
Michalek missed Monday’s game vs. the Canucks and will miss at least the rest of this week with an upper-body injury. With Michalek going on IR, the Senators have activated Patrick Wiercioch.
Michalek (upper-body) will not play on Sunday.
Michalek has one assist in yesterday’s loss to the Penguins, but he must have sustained an upper-body injury that grew worse over the last 24 horus. He will be held out today and Mark Stone will be back in.