Killorn (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision for Game 4.
Killorn was forced to leave Game 3 with an undisclosed injury but was on the ice for the morning skate and is officially listed as a game-time decision for Game 4. Killorn has one goal on six shots while averaging 12:13 TOI/gm through the first three games of the series.
Killorn (undisclosed) is expected to play Thursday versus the Wild.
Killorn missed Tuesday’s game with an undisclosed injury, but will return to the lineup tonight in Minnesota. Killorn will play with Brayden Point and Jonathan Drouin and has 16 goals and 12 assists (28 points) in 53 games this season.
Source: Joe Smith 02/10/17, 9:09 am EST
Killorn is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury.
Killorn was scratched for Tuesday’s game because of an undisclosed injury and is listed as day-to-day. The Lightning are back in action on Friday and head coach Jon Cooper is hoping that Killorn will be back in the lineup. Monitor his status during Friday’s morning skate.
Source: Bryan Burns 02/8/17, 5:00 am EST
The Lightning signed Alex Killorn to a seven-year deal worth $31.15 million ($4.45M AAV) on Sunday.
Killorn, 26, had 40 points (14G / 26A) in 81 games last season. He has been a very consistent point producer in the lat three years, finishing with 41, 38 and 40 points each season. Those number are certainly serviceable for the Lightning, but aren’t quite good enough to land him firmly on the fantasy radar.
Killorn (upper-body) is expected to return to the lineup on Saturday vs. Buffalo.
Killorn sat out of Thursday’s game vs. Dallas because of an upper-body injury. There is no word as to who will come out of the lineup to make room for Killorn.
Killorn is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury.
Killorn left a couple of shifts into the third period of Saturday’s preseason finale. His injury is not believed to be serious, but his day-to-day tag puts his status for the season opener in question.
Source: Joe Smith 10/4/15, 5:37 pm EST
Killorn (undisclosed) will play in game 1.
Killorn missed the final three games of the regular season, but will play in Game 1 vs. Detroit. Killorn will skate on the top line with Steven Stamkos and Ryan Callahan as well as play on the second power-play unit. He had 15 goals and 23 assists (38 points) in 71 games this season.
Source: Joe Smith 04/16/15, 10:28 am EST
Killorn (undisclosed) is expected to play in Game 1.
Killorn missed the final three games of the season, but he was skating on the top line with Steven Stamkos and Ryan Callahan at practice this morning and is expected to play on Thursday. Killorn had 15 goals and 23 assists (37 points) in 71 games.
Source: Joe Smith 04/13/15, 9:13 am EST
Killorn (undisclosed) is probable for Game 1.
Killorn was at practice on Monday and is definitely getting closer to returning to the lineup after missing the final three games of the regular season. Killorn had 15 goals and 23 assists (38 points) in 71 games this season.
Source: Joe Smith 04/13/15, 7:21 am EST
Killorn (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Killorn continues to progress, but still is not ready to play tonight vs. the Blackhawks. He is hoping to return to the lineup on Thursday.
Source: Joe Smith 11/11/14, 8:45 am EST
Killorn (upper-body) will not play on Sunday.
Killorn will miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury. He is nearing a return, but is not ready to go yet. He remains day-to-day.
Killorn (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Killorn is “getting close” but is not ready to return to the lineup tonight vs. Columbus. This will be the second straight game that he has missed and sixth in the last nine games. He should be considered questionable for Sunday's game in Detroit.
Source: Joe Smith 11/8/14, 8:11 am EST
Killorn (upper-body) is doubtful for Thursday.
Killorn has missed practice for the last two days after suffering an upper-body injury on Saturday. The Lightning recalled Cedric Paquette yesterday, so look for him to play tomorrow because Killorn looks very doubtful.
Source: Bryan Burns 11/5/14, 8:00 am EST
Killorn is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Killorn recently returned from a four-game absence, but suffered an upper-body injury in his third game back on Saturday vs. Washington. Tampa Bay is off until Thursday, so no decision has been made on Killorn's status.
Killorn (undisclosed) is expected to return on Tuesday.
Killorn was held out of Saturday's game, but said that he is very close to returning to the lineup. He has missed a total of four games with an undisclosed injury, but Jonathan Marchessault and Mike Blunden were both reassigned to the AHL this morning, which suggests that Killorn, who is practicing this morning, will be back in the lineup on Tuesday. He has two goals and five games.
Killorn (undisclosed) will not play on Saturday.
Killorn continues to make progress but is not quite ready to play Saturday. Look for him to play Tuesday vs. Arizona.
Killorn (undisclosed) skated on Friday and says he is feeling better each day.
Killorn will not play on Friday but he is progressing well, but still does not have a timetable for his return. Monitor his status prior to Saturday's game.
Source: Joe Smith 10/24/14, 9:39 am EST
Killorn (undisclosed) is unlikely to play on Friday.
Killorn practiced with the team this afternoon, but is still a little bit away from returning to the lineup. The Lightning have a back-to-back on Friday and Saturday, so if he isn't available for tomorrow, there is a good chance he won't be ready for Saturday either.
Source: Joe Smith 10/23/14, 11:02 am EST
Killorn (undisclosed) is on the ice for Lightning practice this afternoon.
Killorn missed both games of Tampa Bay's back-to-back on Monday and Tuesday with an undisclosed injury that he suffered in Monday's morning skate. Being on the ice this morning is a positive sign that he might be available for Friday's meeting with the Jets. We will get an update on his status following the practice.
Source: Joe Smith 10/23/14, 9:05 am EST
Killorn (undisclosed) will not play Tuesday and is listed as day-to-day.
Killorn fell into the boards at the morning skate on Monday and missed last night's game as a result. Originally the Lightning said he was fine and only got the wind knocked out of him, but it has clearly developed into a more serious issue.
Source: Joe Smith 10/21/14, 12:00 pm EST