Curtis Lazar News
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Lazar will draw into the Flames lineup on Saturday.
Lazar was a healthy scratch in the season opener, but will draw in for Garnet Hathaway tonight. Lazar will play on the third line with Sam Bennett and Kris Versteeg. He had one goal and two assists in four games after joining the Flames last season.
Lazar will be a healthy scratch in the Flames season opener.
Lazar, who picked up three points in four games after being acquired by the Flames last season was beat out by Tanner Glass and Garnet Hathaway for the last few spots in the Flames’ opening night roster. With Jaromir Jagr also coming to town soon, Lazar might have a difficult time working his way into the lineup.
The Flames have acquired Curtis Lazar and Mike Kostka from the Senators for Jyrki Jokipakka and a 2nd Round Pick.
Lazar has had a very difficult year that started with mono at the beginning of the season and never seemed to get it back on track. Lazar had three goals and one assist in 13 games with Binghamton (AHL) and one one assist in 33 games with the Senators. Following a few additions up front, Lazar would have been sitting or sent back down, so he gets a much-needed change of scenery as the Salmon Arm, British Columbia native heads to Alberta.
Lazar will be back in the Senators lineup on Thursday.
Lazar has been a healthy scratch for four consecutive games, but will get back into the lineup tonight in New Jersey. Lazar will replace Chris Neil and comes in with just one assist in 29 games.
Lazar will be back in the Senators’ lineup on Thursday.
Lazar was a healthy scratch on Tuesday, but will replace Chris Neil in the lineup tonight in Tampa Bay. Lazar has had a tough time since being called-up recording just one assist in 27 games on the Senators’ fourth line.
Lazar will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Lazar hasn’t played over 10 minutes in 14 of the last 15 games and has just one assist in 27 games this season. Chris Neil will take Lazar’s spot in the lineup.
Lazar (upper-body) will return to the Senators’ lineup on Wednesday.
Lazar has missed the last three games with an upper-body injury, but will be back in the lineup vs. the Sharks. In nine games sine being called-up, Lazar has no points, two penalty minutes and nine shots.
Lazar (undisclosed) will not travel with the team to San Jose.
Lazar left Monday’s game with an undisclosed injury and did not return and will head to Ottawa to undergo further evaluation. With Lazar out, the Senators recalled Phil Varone to take his place on the Senators’ west coast road trip.
The Senators have recalled Curtis Lazar from Binghamton (AHL).
Lazar has spent the start of the year in Binghamton, where he collected three goals and one assist in 13 games. Lazar’s return to the NHL means the Senators are concerned that they could be without Mike Hoffman and Bobby Ryan on Saturday.
The Senators have sent Curtis Lazar to Binghamton (AHL).
Lazar is recovering from mono and on Monday he was cleared for contact. The Senators believe the fastest way for him to get ready to play in the NHL is to go back to Binghamton. With Lazar going back, Tom Pyatt and Phil Varone will fill in on the third line.
Lazar will not play on Saturday.
There is no word whether or not Lazar is battling an injury or if he is a healthy scratch. Lazar will be replaced by Phil Varone.