Markov (rest) did not travel to Detroit.
Markov (lower-body) was on the ice for practice on Monday; expected to return to the lineup on Tuesday.
Markov has been sidelined by a lower-body injury since December 17th, but appears ready-to-go on Tuesday. Markov had a really nice two and a half months to open the season, collecting two goals and 19 assists (21 points) across 31 games. Look for the veteran to skate with Nikita Nesterov, who was acquired from Tampa Bay last week.
Source: John Lu 01/30/17, 12:56 pm EST
Markov (lower-body) will not play on Monday.
Markov was listed as “close” to returning on Saturday, but not close enough to play tonight vs. the Capitals. Markov remains day-to-day and his next chance to return will be Wednesday in Winnipeg.
Source: John Lu 01/9/17, 8:42 am EST
Markov (lower-body) is “close” but will not play on Saturday.
Markov (groin) will miss the next three games.
Markov missed the final three games before the Christmas break and will miss the three games before the New Year. With Markov out, the Canadiens have recalled Ryan Johnston from St. John’s to serve as an extra defenseman during their road-trip.
Markov (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Markov missed Tuesday’s game vs. the Ducks and will not play Thursday vs. the Wild, but head coach Michel Therrien said he wouldn't be surprised if Markov was available for Friday’s game in Columbus. With Markov out, Zach Redmond will remain in the lineup.
Markov (lower-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Markov missed Monday’s practice because of a lower-body injury and will be held out of the lineup tonight vs. the Ducks. The veteran defenseman has had a strong season, so this is a big loss for the Canadiens, who will replace him with Zach Redmond.
Markov will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Markov will skate with P.K Subban on Tuesday.
After a bad 6-2 loss to the Flames on Sunday, the Canadiens will shake up their D-pairings tonight vs. the Blackhawks. Their changes will see Markov skating on the top-pair with Subban. Markov currently leads the team in ice time, averaging 25:36 per game (3:41 on the PP).
The Canadiens have signed Andrei Markov to a three-year contract extension with an annual cap-hit of $5.75 million.
Markov, 35, had seven goals and 36 assists (43 points) in 81 games. After a couple of tough years battling injury, Markov has only missed one game over the last two seasons. He is getting up there in age, but 2013-14 was one of the best offensive years of his career. He heads into 2014-15 as a top-20 fantasy blueliner.
Markov (rest) will not travel to Chicago for Wednesday's game.
The Canadiens will let their 35-year-old defenseman stay in Montreal and wait for Thursday's game vs. the Islanders. The Habs are locked into a playoff spot, so they have the luxury of resting players down the stretch.
Andrei Markov participera au match. Markov in.
Despite it being the second game in as many nights, Markov stays in the lineup. He has one assist in nine games this season.
St. Denis sits tonight for Markov.
The offensive defenseman draws in after sitting out last night. Markov has an assist in three games played.
Markov out (upper-body).
Things could be worse-- it could be further damage to his knee. Markov has an assist in three games played.
Source: Erin Nicks 03/16/12, 8:26 am EST
And there it is folks, March 10, 2012. Andrei Markov will play tonight for #Habs. Again, expect 7 D.
Sounds like Markov is officially in tonight. It will be his season debut.
#canadiens Andrei Markov quitte la liste des blessés. Not on the injury list anymore.
Markov might be able to return as soon as tonight. Check back for an official update on his status.
Markov is back after fighting a virus.
Good to see Markov back on the ice; his status remains indefinite.
#habs Markov missed practice in Edmonton today due to the flu.
Markov did not practice this morning due to an illness, not a setback. He has yet to play this season.
No Andrei Markov on ice.
Markov's absence could be construed as a setback. Check back for a further update on his status.
#Habs Markov appears to be skating in a contact capacity. He's taking regular rushes with Emelin. Update from RC after practice.
Markov is taking contact for the first time this season and might be an option to play this week. Those of you hoping to pluck him off waivers should do so now.
Source: John Lu 03/5/12, 6:06 am EST