Sekera (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Sekera took a puck up high in Friday’s loss and it did enough damage to keep him out of tonight’s game in San Jose. Yohann Auvitu will likely replace him in the lineup.
Sekera (upper-body) is questionable for Saturday.
Sekera had to leave Friday’s game in Anaheim after playing just 3:30 TOI. He was forced to leave after taking a puck up high and is questionable for Saturday’s game in San Jose. If he can’t play, expect Yohann Auvitu to replace him on the blueline.
Sekera will be back in the Oilers lineup on Tuesday.
Sekera was a healthy scratch in the second game of the Oilers’ back-to-back over the weekend, but will be back in tonight in Nashville. Sekera has picked up just one assist while averaging 18:15 TOI/GM since returning to the Oilers lineup in late-December.
Sekera is not on the ice for warmups; won't play Sunday afternoon.
Sekera (knee) is expected to make his season debut on Thursday.
Sekera (hand) will play Friday in Washington.
Sekera (illness) is expected to return to the Oilers’ lineup on Tuesday.
Sekera has missed the last two games with an illness, but is expected to return to the lineup tonight in Columbus. Sekera has had a nice season, collecting four goals and 13 assists (17 points) in 36 games. Expect him to draw back into the lineup on the second pair with Kris Russell.
Sekera (illness) will not play on Saturday.
Sekera will miss his second straight game with an illness. With Sekera out, Matt Benning will remain in the lineup against the Canucks. Sekera is day-to-day.
Sekera (illness) will not play Thursday vs. the Kings.
Sekera missed Wednesday's practice and Thursday's morning skate because of an illness and will be replaced by Matthew Benning tonight. Consider him as day-to-day.
Sekera (illness) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Sekera missed Wednesday’s practice with an illness and will be reevaluated on Thursday morning and is considered a game-time decision vs. the Kings. Monitor his status during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Sekera (illness) is not expected to play on Friday.
Sekera will be scratch on Friday because of an illness, so look for Eric Gryba to get back into the lineup on Friday. Consider him day-to-day.
The Oilers have inked Andrej Sekera to a six-year $33M.
Sekera is expected to make his Kings debut on Friday.
Sekera was on the ice for the Kings optional morning skate, but the optional made it difficult to decipher whether or not he will play. However, you don’t trade for a player to sit him in the press box, so expect him to replace Jamie McBain in the lineup tonight.
Source: Jon Rosen 02/27/15, 2:09 pm EST
Sekera is not on the ice for warmups; will not make his Kings debut.
Source: Jon Rosen 02/26/15, 5:04 pm EST
Sekera will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Sekera passed his physical and has been cleared to play tonight, so it is up to coach Darryl Sutter to decide whether or not Sekera will be in the lineup tonight. It seems likely that he will play, but monitor his status during pre-game warmups.
Source: Jon Rosen 02/26/15, 12:21 pm EST
The Kings have acquired Andrej Sekera from the Hurricanes for a 2015 1st round pick and prospect Roland McKeown
Sekera is a pending unrestricted free agent, but definitely bolsters the Kings blue line in the short term. Defence was not a huge need for the Kings until Slava Voynov ran into trouble with the law. Sekera is a strong puck-moving defenseman, who brings a solid amount of offence to the table. He has 19 points (2G / 17A) in 57 games this season.
Sekera (undisclosed) will play on Sunday.
Sekera missed Thursday’s game with an undisclosed injury, but he will be back in the lineup this afternoon vs. the Red Wings. Sekera will replace Jay Harrison in the lineup. He has eight assists in 23 games this season.
Sekera (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Sekera missed practice on Wednesday and today’s morning skate. Head coach Bill Peters said that Sekera is “real close, but now 100%,” so he will sit tonight. The Hurricanes are hoping to have Sekera back by Sunday vs. Detroit.
Sekera (upper-body) will return to the Hurricanes lineup on Tuesday.
Sekera missed just one game after a scary collision with the end-boards last week. He will be back on the top-pair with Justin Faulk. He has two assists and a minus-2 rating in three games this season.
Sekera (upper-body) once again took part in Hurricanes practice on Monday.
Sekera missed last Thursday's game with an upper-body injury but has been skating with the team for consecutive days. Head coach Bill Peters said that there is no guarantee that Sekera will play, so monitor his status during Tuesday's morning skate.
Source: @NHLCanes 10/20/14, 11:24 am EST