Radko Gudas News
Gudas will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Gudas has had a mostly strong season, but has struggled recently, so he will sit tonight vs. the Canucks. Head coach Dave Hakstol said he is looking for more consistency out of Gudas. Nick Schultz will replace Gudas in the lineup.
Gudas (upper-body) will not play on Friday.
Gudas is day-to-day with an upper-body injury. Brandon Manning will be back in the Flyers’ lineup vs. the Sharks with Gudas sidelined.
Gudas (illness) will be back in the lineup on Thursday.
Gudas has missed the last three games with an illness, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Oilers. Michael Del Zotto will come out as a healthy scratch. Gudas has one goal and six assists (seven points) in 19 games this season.
Gudas (illness) will not play on Saturday.
Gudas will be scratched from Saturday’s game vs. the Blackhawks because of an illness. Brandon Manning is expected to return from an injury to replace Gudas, who should be considered day-to-day.
Gudas served his suspension and will make his season debut on Tuesday.
Gudas’ six-game suspension is up and he will play tonight vs. the Sabres. Gudas is often among the league’s hits leaders, but doesn’t provide a whole lot in the way of offence—Gudas had 14 points (5G / 9A) in 76 games a season ago.
The NHL suspended Radko Gudas for the first six games of the regular season.
Gudas was suspended for six games after his shoulder-to-head hit on Bruins’ rookie Austin Czarnik on Saturday night. The Flyers’ will already be without Michael Del Zotto on the back-end, but it looks like Brandon Manning (shoulder) will be healthy enough to replace Gudas in the season opener.
Gudas is expected to return after serving his three-game suspension.
The NHL has suspended Radko Gudas for three games for his hit on Mika Zibanejad on Tuesday.
Gudas will miss this week’s Friday-Saturday back-to-back and then next Tuesday’s game vs. the Islanders. He is eligible to play next Thursday in St. Louis. Expect Nick Schultz (upper-body) to play tomorrow if he is healthy.
Gudas will make his Flyers’ debut on Monday.
Gudas missed 51 games a season ago after undergoing knee surgery and now 225 days after being acquired from Tampa Bay, Gudas will finally make his Flyers debut. Gudas is a rugged defenseman, who Flyers fans should love as long as he can stay in the lineup. He isn’t really known for his offence having registered just 32 points (7G / 25A) in 126 games in his career.
Gudas will be a healthy scratch in the Flyers’ season opener.
Gudas had been skating among the Flyers’ top six defensemen throughout the week, but he will be scratched in the opener and Luke Schenn will play.
The Flyers have acquired Radko Gudas, a 2015 1st round pick and a 2015 third round pick from the Lightning for Braydon Coburn.
Gudas, 24, is expected to miss the rest of the season after undergoing knee surgery in early January. He has one more year on his deal with a 992K cap-hit. Gudas is extremely physical and possesses a heavy slap-shot from the point. He was second on the Lightning in hits (115) and fifth in blocked shots (63) despite playing on 31 games.
Gudas is expected to miss four months after undergoing knee surgery.
Gudas will likely miss the rest of the season after undergoing an arthroscopic procedure on his knee on Tuesday. This is a huge opportunity for Nikita Nesterov, who will stay on the roster with Gudas out.
Gudas will undergo surgery on his right knee on Tuesday; out indefinitely.
Gudas will have an arthoscopic procedure performed on Tuesday and an exact timeline for Gudas’ return will be determined after surgery. Gudas was injured on December 29th vs. the Maple Leafs when he fell awkwardly into the boards. With Gudas out, Nikita Nesterov will stay with the club for the time being.
Gudas (undisclosed) will not play on Sunday.
Gudas will miss his third consecutive game with an undisclosed injury. He remains day-to-day; his next chance to return is Tuesday in Montreal.