Larsson is "unfit to play" in Game 3 vs. the Blackhawks.
Larsson (leg) is expected to return to the Oilers lineup on Thursday.
Larsson has been out since the season opener but is expected to play in Los Angeles. Larsson will replace Matt Benning and skate with Kris Russell on the Oilers' third pair.
Larsson will miss 6-to-8 weeks with a fractured right fibula.
Larsson took a Quinn Hughes slapshot off his right leg on Wednesday and landed on LTIR this afternoon. The original timetable puts Larsson out until at least mid-November. Evan Bouchard or Joel Persson are expected to replace Larsson on Saturday.
The Oilers have placed Adam Larsson on long-term IR with a broken bone in his foot.
The movement to LTIR means that Larsson will miss at least 24 days but his timeline should become more clear when the Oilers disclose what his injury is. Larsson took a Quinn Hughes shot off of his foot in Wednesday’s win and it could be related to that. For a corresponding move, the Oilers sent Ethan Bear to Bakersfield (AHL) and recalled Evan Bouchard.
Larsson is back with the Oilers but will not play on Monday.
Larsson has missed the last two games to be at his father’s funeral and will sit for a third straight game despite being back on the ice for Monday’s morning skate. Larsson will draw back into the lineup on Thursday.
Larsson (personal) will not play Thursday or Saturday.
Larsson was back in the lineup for the last seven games but will return to Sweden for his father’s funeral and will be replaced by Ethan Bear tonight vs. the Predators. Larsson could be back in the lineup next Monday vs. the Coyotes.
Larsson (personal reasons) returned to Oilers practice today.
Larsson hasn’t played since January 23rd. He has six points in 40 games for the Oilers this season. After practice head coach Todd McLellan said there is no timetable for Larsson’s return.
The Oilers have activated Adam Larsson (upper-body) from IR; will return to the Oilers lineup on Monday.
Larsson (upper-body) will return to the Oilers lineup on Monday.
Larsson (upper-body) will miss Wednesday's game vs. the Flyers.
The Oilers have placed Adam Larsson (upper-body) on IR.
The hits keep coming of the struggling Oilers, who lost their No.1 goaltender earlier in the week and now lose a top-pairing D-man. It’s unclear when Larsson sustained the injury, but for the time being they will re-insert Eric Gryba into the lineup and not recall anyone from the AHL.
Larsson (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Sunday.
Larsson (lower-body) won't play Friday; hopeful he'll play on Sunday.
Larsson (lower-body) will not be in the lineup on Wednesday.
Larsson will miss Wednesday’s game with a lower-body injury, which means that Eric Gryba will draw back into the lineup. Larsson is listed as day-to-day, so consider him as questionable for Friday’s game in Washington.
Larsson (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Larsson missed Saturday's game with a minor lower-body injury, but could play tonight vs. the Coyotes. Larsson has two goals and six assists (eight points) in his first 44 games with the Oilers.
Larsson (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
The Oilers have acquired Adam Larsson from the Devils for Taylor Hall.
Larsson, 23, was the fourth overall pick in the 2011 NHL Draft, but has yet to develop into the premiere two-way defenseman that he was expected to be. However, at just 23-years-old he still has a lot of years to become the top-pairing defenseman that the Oilers are hoping they just acquired. He had 18 points (3G / 15A) in 82 games with the Devils last season.
Larsson (illness) will be in the lineup on Tuesday.
Larsson was listed as questionable due to an illness, but was on the ice for the morning skate and will play tonight vs. the Penguins. Larsson has one goal and five assists in his last eight games.
The Devils re-signed Adam Larsson to a six-year deal worth $25M.
Source: @NHLDevils 07/27/15, 4:54 am EST
The Devils have recalled Adam Larsson from Albany (AHL) after a one-game conditioning stint.
Larsson has missed the last nine games with mumps, but went to the minor for Friday’s game to help him get back up to speed. Despite being recalled, there is no word whether he will play tonight.
Source: @NHLDevils 12/20/14, 6:13 am EST