Patrick Sharp News
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The Blackhawks have signed Patrick Sharp to a one-year deal worth $800K.
After spending two years in Dallas, Sharp hit the open market and returns to Chicago on a value deal. Sharp’s production dropped off with the Stars, only scoring 28 goals in 124 games in two seasons. Back with the Blackhawks, he should see regular time in their top-6 with Marian Hossa sidelined for the season.
Sharp (concussion) will return to the Stars lineup on Saturday.
Sharp has missed the last 12 games with a concussion, but has been cleared to play on Saturday. Sharp has had a difficult season with injuries and has picked up just two points (1G / 1A) in 11 games.
Sharp (undisclosed) has been placed on IR.
Sharp suffered an undisclosed injury on Thursday and will not play on Sunday. He has been moved to IR retroactive to December 1st.
Sharp (concussion) will not play on Thursday; could return on Saturday.
Sharp has been out since October 20th, but was back on the ice on Tuesday in a no-contact jersey and appears to be nearing a return to the lineup. It doesn’t look like he will play vs. the Avalanche on Thursday, but a Saturday return seems likely.
Sharp (concussion-like symptoms) worked out on Sunday; still remains without a timetable for return.
Sharp has missed the last four games with concussion-like symptoms, but he skated on Sunday, which is a positive sign that he is progressing. However, Sharp remains without a firm timetable for when he’s expected to return to the lineup.
Sharp will be out for a while with concussion-like symptoms.
Sharp left Thursday’s game under concussion protocol and head coach Lindy Ruff said after the game that he will be out “for a while.” With Sharp out, the Stars are hopeful that Ales Hemsky will return soon.
Sharp (lower-body) practiced on Wednesday; could return on Thursday.
Sharp (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Sharp will miss his sixth straight game with a lower-body injury. Stars’ head coach Lindy Ruff indicated on Monday that Sharp might return tonight, but he will sit tonight vs. the Kings. Monitor his status prior to Thursday’s game vs. Tampa Bay.
Sharp (lower-body) will miss the next two games.
Sharp has missed the last three games and will miss at least the next two as well. With Sharp out, Brett Ritchie will remain in the Stars lineup for the foreseeable future.
The Blackhawks traded Patrick Sharp and Stephen Johns to the Stars for Trevor Daley and Ryan Garbutt.
Sharp has been promoted to the first line.
Sharp snapped a 19-game goal-less streak with two goals on six shots in the Blackhawks win over the Sharks on Saturday. With Sharp on the top-line, Kris Versteeg looks like he will be a healthy scratch.