Athanasiou (lower-body) will return to the Red Wings lineup on Monday.
Athanasiou missed the last 13 games with a lower-body injury but will play Monday vs. the Flyers. Athanasiou will replace Filip Zadina, who is out with a lower-body injury of his own, and skate on the top-line and top power-play unit.
Athanasiou will miss 2-to-3 weeks with a lower-body injury.
Athanasiou's difficult season gets worse as he'll now be out until at least mid-January with a lower-body injury. Athanasiou started to improve in the absence of Anthony Mantha, posting three assists with 13 shots in his last four games.
Athanasiou will return to the Red Wings lineup on Saturday.
Athanasiou missed the last two games with an undisclosed injury but will play in Montreal. Athanasiou has had a difficult season, posting just 15 points (5G / 10A) in 29 games and has a league-worst minus-33 rating.
Athanasiou (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Athanasiou missed Tuesday's game in Winnipeg but was on the ice for Thursday's morning skate and called himself "iffy" for tonight's game vs. the Jets. Athanasiou skated in Dylan Larkin's spot on the Red Wings' top-line.
Athanasiou is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury and will not play Tuesday.
There's no word what kind of injury that Athanasiou is dealing with, but he won't play Tuesday in Winnipeg, which means Filip Zadina could be in the top-6. Monitor Athanasiou's status heading into Thursday's home game.
Athanasiou (undisclosed) will make his season debut on Tuesday.
Despite being placed on IR on Monday night, Athanasiou was on the ice for the morning skate and will play Tuesday vs. the Ducks. Head coach Jeff Blashill confirmed that Athanasiou will play and is expected to centre the second line with Luke Glendening and Taro Hirose on his wings.
Source: Ansar Khan 10/8/19, 12:04 pm EST
The Red Wings have placed Andreas Athanasiou (undisclosed) on IR.
Athanasiou has missed the first two games of the regular season and was moved to IR, retroactively to September 20th, which means he can be activated whenever he is healthy. Athanasiou practiced on Friday, which suggests that he shouldn’t be out too long, so monitor his status throughout the week.
Source: Ansar Khan 10/7/19, 8:56 pm EST
Athanasiou (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups; will miss his second straight game.
Athanasiou was a question mark heading into the weekend after missing practice earlier in the week and will miss his second straight game on Sunday. Athanasiou was able to skate on Friday, which suggests he won’t be sidelined long-term, so keep an eye on his status heading into Tuesday’s game vs. the Ducks.
Athanasiou (undisclosed) not on the ice for warmups.
Source: Dana Wakiji 10/5/19, 7:32 pm EST
Athanasiou (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Athanasiou returned to practice on Friday but remains a game-time decision for the Red Wings season opener. Valtteri Filppula rotated with Athanasiou on the power-play in practice, which suggests that head coach Jeff Blashill is prepared to play without Athanasiou.
Athanasiou (undisclosed) returned to practice on Friday.
Athanasiou has missed the last two practices but returned to the ice on Friday afternoon. Athanasiou’s availability for practice suggests that he will be in the lineup for the Red Wings’ season opener on Saturday.
Source: Ansar Khan 10/4/19, 12:02 pm EST
Athanasiou (upper-body) is expected to play Thursday in Pittsburgh.
Athanasiou missed the final two games before the Christmas break but is expected to retune to the lineup on Thursday. Athanasiou is expected to skate with Luke Glendening and Michael Rasmussen and returns with 11 goals and nine assists (20 points) in 32 games this season.
Athanasiou (upper-body) will miss his second straight game on Sunday.
Athanasiou (upper-body) is a late scratch for Saturday's game vs. the Panthers.
Athanasiou (undisclosed) is expected to be back in the Red Wings lineup on Friday.
Athanasiou has missed the last four games, but is expected to play vs. the Rangers on Friday. Athanasiou has generated a lot of chances (36 shots) this season but has just four goals and two assists (six points) in 11 games.
Athanasiou (undisclosed) will not play on Tuesday.
Athanasiou was originally listed as questionable for Tuesday’s game in Columbus, but was ruled out after the morning skate. With Athanasiou and Frans Nielsen both out, Thomas Vanek and Jacob De La Rose will move into the Red Wings’ top-6.
Athanasiou is questionable for Tuesday’s game in Columbus.
Athanasiou played just 12:21 TOI in Sunday’s win over Dallas, leaving prematurely with an undisclosed injury. If Athanasiou can’t play, look for the Red Wings to call-up a forward from Grand Rapids (AHL).