Hemsky left Friday's game with an upper-body injury.
Source: Stu Cowan 10/21/17, 6:38 am EST
Hemsky will be a scratch vs. the Rangers on Sunday.
The Canadiens signed Ales Hemsky to a one-year deal worth $1M.
Source: Stu Cowan 07/4/17, 5:33 am EST
Hemsky (hip) will return to the Stars lineup on Thursday.
Hemsky (hip) has been cleared to play Thursday vs. the Islanders.
Hemsky underwent surgery to repair a labral tear in his hip in late October and has only appeared in one game this season. The veteran winger could play on Thursday, but that likely won’t be confirmed until after the Stars’ morning skate.
Hemsky (hip) is expected to play this season.
Hemsky will miss 5-6 months after undergoing surgery to repair a labral tear in his hip.
Hemsky suffered the injury at the Word Cup of Hockey and only appeared in one game with the Stars before undergoing surgery. If Hemsky misses five months, he will be out until early April, so it’s very likely that his 2016-17 regular season is over before it really got started.
Hemsky (groin) will not play on Tuesday.
Hemsky missed the first four games of the season with a groin injury, but made his season debut on Saturday. He must have re-aggravated the injury and will not be available for Tuesday’s game. Look for Dallas to recall a forward from Texas (AHL).
The Stars have activated Ales Hemsky (groin) from IR.
Hemsky missed the first four games of the regular season, but was activated from IR this afternoon and will make his season debut on Saturday. Hemsky is expected to skate on the Stars’ top line with Tyler Seguin and Jamie Benn.
Hemsky (groin) will make his season debut on Saturday.
Hemsky missed the first four games of the regular season with a groin injury, but will play on Saturday and will replace Patrick Sharp, who is sidelined with concussion-like symptoms.
Hemsky (groin) will not play on Thursday and will likely miss Saturday’s game as well.
Hemsky was plagued by a groin injury in the preseason and it will cost him the first two games of the regular season. However, he skated this morning which is a positive sign that he shouldn’t miss an extended period of time.
Source: Mike Heika 10/13/16, 7:56 am EST
Hemsky (groin) suffered a setback and may not be ready for the season opener.
Hemsky has been battling a groin injury throughout training camp, but he was expected to return to the ice on Thursday. His setback held him off of the ice and could keep him out of the season opener. With Hemsky battling injury, the Stars signed Justin Fontaine to a professional tryout.
Source: Mike Heika 10/7/16, 2:18 pm EST
Hemsky suffered a groin injury on Sunday and is expected to miss 7-10 days.
Hemsky suffered the groin injury during a scrimmage on Sunday, but Stars’ GM Jim Nill expects the veteran winger to be ready for the season opener on October 13th. Hemsky is coming off of a 39-point (13G / 26A) season and is expected to play in a dangerous top-6 again this year.
Hemsky (lower-body) is out week-to-week; has been placed on IR.
Source: Mike Heika 12/31/15, 7:47 am EST
Hemsky (hip) is probable for Friday.
Source: Mike Heika 11/5/15, 9:16 am EST
Hemsky (hip) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play vs. Bruins.
Hemsky will sit tonight vs. the Bruins, which means that Devin Shore will make his NHL debut.
Source: Mike Heika 11/3/15, 1:50 pm EST
Hemsky will have offseason hip surgery; expected to rehab for 4-5 months.
Hemsky had a disappointing season, scoring just 11 goals with 21 assists (32 points) in 76 games. He is expected to rehab for about four month so he should be ready for training camp in September.
Hemsky (lower-body) is questionable for Sunday's game.
Hemsky returned to the Stars lineup last night and posted two assists in 13:01 TOI. However, he must have been banged up last night because he is questionable for tonight’s contest. He will be replaced by Brendan Ranford if he can’t go.
Source: Mike Heika 02/22/15, 9:53 am EST
Hemsky (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Hemsky will miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury that he suffered last Friday. With Hemsky out, Brendan Ranford will make his NHL debut.
Hemsky (lower-body) practiced on Wednesday.
Hemsky has missed the last two games, but he said earlier in the week that he was hopeful that he would be able to play on Thursday. Taking part in practice on Wednesday is a good sign that Hemsky will be available on Thursday vs. the Sharks.