Alex Burmistrov News
Burmistrov will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Burmistrov had no points in the first two games of the season and will come out of the lineup tonight vs. the Jets. Burmistrov will be replaced by Brock Boeser, who served as a healthy scratch in the first two games.
The Canucks have signed Alex Burmistrov to a one-year deal worth $900K.
Burmistrov (undisclosed) was released from hospital and traveled with the team to Buffalo.
Burmistrov was taken to the hospital after being hit by Bruins’ defenseman Colin Miller, but was released later that evening. Burmistrov traveled with the team, but they also recalled Anthony Duclair for the trip, which suggests that Burmistrov won’t play on Thursday.
Burmistrov (upper-body) will return to the Arizona lineup on Tuesday.
Burmistrov missed Sunday’s game vs. the Sabres with an upper-body injury, but will return to the lineup tonight in Boston. Burmistrov will centre the fourth line with Lawson Crouse and Josh Jooris on his wings. He has one goal and eight assists (nine points) in 18 games since being claimed by the Coyotes.
Burmistrov will make his Coyotes debut on Monday.
Burmistrov was claimed back on January 2nd, but his Coyotes debut has been delayed by a visa issue. He’ll finally get into the lineup tonight and will skate on the second line with Jamie McGinn and Radim Vrbata on his wings. Burmistrov had just two assists in 23 games with the Jets before being waived.
The Coyotes have claimed Alex Burmistrov off of waivers from Winnipeg.
Burmistrov has been sidelined since December 6th, but is ready to return from injury, but it will be in a different uniform. Burmistrov has just two assists in 23 games this season after picking up 21 points (7G / 14A) in 81 games last year.
Burmistrov (upper-body) will be back in the Jets’ lineup on Tuesday.
Burmistrov missed Sunday’s game vs. Los Angeles, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Blackhawks. Burmistrov has just two assists in 15 games this season, so he isn’t worth any fantasy attention.
Burmistrov (upper-body) is not in the Jets' lineup vs. Los Angeles.
Burmistrov is expected to draw into the lineup on Saturday.
Burmistrov was a healthy scratch in the Jets’ season opener on Thursday, but it looks like he will draw in on Saturday after it was announced that fellow centre, Bryan Little is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury. Burmistrov centred the third line with Shawn Matthias and Nikolaj Ehlers on his wing in Friday’s session. The 24-year-old had just 21 points (7G / 14A) in 81 games last year.
Burmistrov (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Burmistrov is banged up and listed as a game-time decision for tonight’s game vs. Nashville. If Burmistrov cannot play, he will be replaced by Patrice Cormier. Monitor his status during the pregame warmups.
The Jets have signed Alex Burmistrov to a two-year deal worth $3.1M.
Burmi is in for #NHLJets tonight
Burmistrov has been a healthy scratch for the Jets last four games. He will return to the lineup tonight, likely in the place of Patrice Cormier. He has just seven points in 25 games this season.
He was back in Winnipeg being examined by the medical staff, but he has gone back to St. John's. Burmistrov did not play this weekend for the IceCaps.
Burmistrov was injured in the AHL but is still expected to rejoin the Jets for training camp. No word on his status to start the season.
The extent of the injury is not known, but an IceCaps spokesman said Tuesday night that with a four-day break in the schedule before the club returns to the ice again Friday night in St. John's against Springfield, the team opted to have Burmistrov checked out by the Jets medical staff.
Not much to go on here but the budding Jets' star should be able to return soon.