P.K. Subban News
The Predators have activated PK Subban (upper-body) from injured reserve.
Subban has missed the last 16 games with an upper-body injury, but will return to the lineup tonight in Edmonton. The 27-year-old has picked up 17 points (7G / 10A) in the Predators’ first 29 games before he got hurt. Subban will likely replace Alexandre Carrier in the lineup tonight.
Subban (upper-body) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
Subban practiced on Monday and skated during Tuesday’s morning skate, but stayed on with the extras and is not expected to play in Vancouver. Monitor his status prior to Thursday’s game in Calgary.
Subban (upper-body) participated in his first team practice session on Thursday.
Subban has been out since December 15th with what is believed to be a herniated disc, but took part in Thursday’s optional practice. When the Predators placed Subban on IR on January 1st, they said he would miss two more weeks, but we’ve reached that point already, so it looks like it will be closer to three weeks.
Subban will miss 2-3 weeks with an upper-body injury.
Subban will miss Tuesday’s meeting with his former team, but is expected to address the media that day, likely to talk about his injury. Subban will miss the next few weeks, which means Ryan Ellis will continue to play a huge role on the Predators’ blueline.
Subban (upper-body) will miss the next two games.
Subban has missed the last five games and will miss at least the next two games with an upper-body injury. Subban missed Wednesday’s practice and remains day-to-day. Subban could be back in the lineup vs. the Canadiens on January 3rd, a game you can imagine he doesn’t want to miss.
Subban (upper-body) did not travel to Philadelphia; not expected to play on Monday.
Subban missed Saturday’s game vs. the Rangers with an upper-body injury and did not travel with the team to Philadelphia, which means Petter Granberg is expected to remain in the lineup for Subban. Consider Subban as day-to-day.
The Predators have acquired P.K. Subban from the Canadiens for Shea Weber.
Subban, 27, has become one of the top defensemen in the NHL since being drafted 43rd overall in 2007. He has turned in three straight 50-plus point seasons, but had a career-low six goals and 3.4% shooting percentage. Subban will likely slide onto the Predators’ top pair alongside Roman Josi, forming one of the NHL’s top offensive pairings.
Subban (neck) will not play on Tuesday.
Subban has been out since March 11th and will not play vs. the Panthers on Tuesday. The Canadiens only have three games left in the regular season, so there is no guarantee that he’ll be back before the 2016-17 season.
Subban (neck) will not play Saturday vs. the Rangers.
Subban is nearing a return to the Canadiens lineup, but they will not rush him, so he will be held out of his eighth consecutive game on Saturday. Monitor his status prior to next Tuesday’s game vs. the Red Wings.
Subban (neck) will not play Thursday vs. the Red Wings.
Subban will miss his seventh consecutive game with a neck injury. He skated on Wednesday but will miss at least one more game. Monitor his status prior to Saturday’s game vs. the Rangers.
Subban (neck) skated on Tuesday, but will not play vs. the Ducks; hopeful for Thursday.
Subban took part in the Canadiens morning skate on Tuesday, but will be sidelined for a sixth consecutive game, however he is expected to return on Thursday vs. the Red Wings. The Canadiens are way out of the playoff picture, so don’t expect them to put Subban in their lineup until he is 100 percent healthy.
Subban (neck) skated on Friday; will not play in the next two games.
Subban (neck) will miss at least the next two games.
Subban missed Saturday’s game after being hospitalized with a neck injury on Thursday. He will be sitting out for the Canadiens’ back-to-back on Tuesday and Wednesday, but it looks like he could be back by the weekend, when they have another back-to-back on Saturday and Sunday.