Patrick Maroon News
Maroon (illness) missed Monday’s practice; doubtful for Tuesday’s game vs. Arizona.
Maroon has picked up six points (2G / 4A) in 10 games since being acquired from the Ducks at the trade deadline. He had been skating with Connor McDavid and Jordan Eberle, so his absence will open a nice spot in the lineup. Monitor his status during Tuesday’s morning skate.
The Oilers have acquired Patrick Maroon from the Ducks for Martin Gernat and a 2016 fourth round pick.
Maroon, 27, has picked up just 13 points (4G / 9A) in 56 games this season after posting 34 (9G / 25A) in 71 last season. With the acquisition of Jamie McGinn, Maroon became expendable. He should get a bigger opportunity in Edmonton.
Maroon is expected to be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Maroon has just one goal and three assists in 24 games this season and will likely be a healthy scratch tonight with Nate Thompson expected to make his season debut vs. the Lightning.
Maroon (illness) will play on Wednesday.
Maroon missed last Friday’s game with an illness, but he will play on Wednesday vs. the Stars. He will skate on a line with Chris Wagner/Nate Thompson and Tim Jackman.
Maroon (illness) will not play on Friday.
Maroon missed the third period in Wednesday’s game and will not play tonight because of an illness. With Maroon out, Stefan Noesen will make his NHL debut.
Maroon is expected to be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Maroon has zero points and a minus-3 rating in his last 10 games and with Matt Beleskey likely returning tonight, it looks like Maroon will take a seat.
Maroon left Ducks practice on Saturday with an upper-body injury.
Maroon had to be helped off of the ice this afternoon, but his upper-body injury is not believed to be serious. Monitor his status during the Ducks morning skate on Sunday.
Maroon (knee) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Maroon has missed the last eight games with an MCL injury, but he has healed really fast and could return tonight in Dallas. Should he return, there is no way of knowing if he will be back on the top-line or not.
Maroon (knee) is healing faster than anticipated.
Maroon's original timetable was four weeks, but he is coming along better than expected which means he could potentially be back by next week. With Dany Heatley back and Matt Beleskey playing well, the Ducks likely won't rush Maroon, but sounds like he will be joining them in practice shortly.
Maroon will miss four weeks with an MCL sprain.
Maroon suffered the injury in the Ducks win over the Sabres on Monday. He was moved to IR yesterday so we knew the injury was going to keep him out a bit and it turns out he will be out until the middle of November with an MCL sprain. This is a tough break for Maroon who had three assists in the first three games playing with Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf. Matt Beleskey is expected to continue to fill that spot, at least until Dany Heatley (groin) is healthy.
The Ducks have placed Patrick Maroon (lower-body) on injured reserve.
Maroon's designation on IR allows the Ducks to make some roster moves while he works his way back to full health. Maroon is eligible to come off of IR on October 21st. He had three assists in three games before getting hurt on Sunday.
Maroon (leg) will miss at least a couple of game; maybe longer.
Maroon was injured in the Ducks 5-1 win over the Sabres on Monday after being hit by Josh Gorges. He was reportedly walking with a noticeable limp after the game and has been ruled out for Tuesday's game and could miss a lot more time than that. He was settling in nicely on the Ducks top-line, recording an assist in each of the first three games. The Ducks will likely release a timetable for Maroon in the next day or two.
Pat Maroon is in tonight and Dustin Penner is out. Ducks head coach Bruce Boudreau said Maroon's showing in camp was better and he earned the game tonight.
Maroon had two goals and an assist in 13 games with the Ducks last season.
Both Patrick Maroon and Devante Smith-Pelly, recently called up from Norfolk, will be in the #NHLDucks lineup tonight.
Maroon has two goals in 11 games this season.
The Ducks have recalled right wing Devante Smith-Pelly, goaltender Frederik Andersen and left wing Patrick Maroon from the Norfolk Admirals.
Maroon, 25 (4/23/88), has appeared in 11 games for Anaheim this season, scoring two goals (2-0=2) with 10 PIM. He collected his first career NHL goal on Feb. 16 at Nashville, beating Pekka Rinne for the game-tying goal in an eventual 3-2 shootout win.