Jamie Benn News
Benn (eye) will be back in the Stars lineup on Monday.
Benn missed Friday’s game with an eye injury that he suffered in a fight on Thursday. He was back on the Stars’ top line this morning and will play tonight. He has 24 goals and 39 assists (63 points) in 66 games this season.
Benn left Thursday’s game with an upper-body injury and did not return.
Benn decided to drop the mitts with 6-foot-7, 265 lbs. defenseman Nikita Tryamkin and was hurt in the tilt. Probably not the best idea to take on a monster and it forced Benn to miss the third period. With the Stars on a back-to-back, Benn is questionable for Friday’s game.
Benn (foot) will return to the Stars lineup on Thursday.
Benn has missed the last four games with a foot injury, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Red Wings. Benn has scored 10 goals with 24 assists (34 points) in 38 games this season and will be looking for a stronger second half, starting tonight vs. Detroit.
Benn (foot) will not play on Tuesday.
Benn will miss his fourth consecutive game with a foot injury, but head coach Lindy Ruff said Benn is at about 80 percent and he’ll know when he’s ready and when he’s ready he will play. Monitor his status prior to Thursday’s game vs. the Red Wings.
Benn (foot) will not play on Wednesday.
Benn missed Tuesday’s practice because of a foot injury and it will keep him out of the lineup tomorrow. Benn is listed as day-to-day and while he is sidelined Patrick Sharp will move up to the Stars’ top line with Tyler Seguin and Jason Spezza.
Benn (upper-body) says he will make his pre-season debut on Tuesday.
Benn has been recovering from surgery to repair a core muscle injury that he had on July 14th. Benn’s original recovery time was six weeks, but he is just two days shy of 12 weeks since the surgery. Benn has been skating in training camp and Tuesday will be his preseason debut, so if all goes well he should be ready for the Stars’ season opener.
The Stars signed Jamie Benn to an eight-year deal worth $76 million ($9.5M AAV) on July 15th.
Benn, 27, had his first 40-goal season (41) and a career-high 89 points in 2015-16. Over the last three years, Benn has only missed one game while recording 255 points (110G / 145A) which is second in the NHL, behind only Sidney Crosby. Benn’s new deal doesn’t kick in until next season, which means his deal runs through the 2024-25 season.
Benn will have offseason hip surgery; expected to rehab for 4-5 months.
Benn had a crazy four-point season finale and five goals and five assists in his last three games to win the Art Ross Trophy this season. He played all 82 games, but will go under the knife after the Stars were eliminated from the playoffs. Benn is expected to be ready for training camp.
Benn (undisclosed) will play on Wednesday.
Benn was listed as questionable on Tuesday, but he took part in the morning skate and said that he will play tonight vs. the Flames. Benn has been red-hot as of late, scoring three goals with five assists (8 points) in his last six games.
Benn (undisclosed) is questionable for Wednesday in Calgary.
Benn was banged up in the Stars win over the Sabres last night and is a question mark for Wednesday. Benn had two goals and one assist last night vs. Buffalo and has three goals and five assists (8 points) in his last six games. Monitor his status during the morning skate.
Benn (undisclosed) was at the Stars morning skate; should play Tuesday vs. Ottawa.
Benn missed Monday’s practice with an undisclosed injury, but his return to the ice this morning suggests that he will play tonight against the Senators. Benn has two goals and four assists in his last six games.
Benn (undisclosed) is listed as questionable for Tuesday’s game vs. Ottawa.
There is no word on the nature or severity of Benn’s injury, but he was not on the ice for practice on Monday. Monitor his status during Tuesday’s morning skate. Benn has two goals and four assists in his last six games.