Desjardins is day-to-day with an lower-body injury.
Source: Eric Lear 04/7/17, 3:25 pm EST
Desjardins (lower-body) is expected to return this weekend.
Desjardins has not appeared in a game this season, but is expected to return in one of the Blackhawks’ back-to-back games this weekend. Desjardins will likely take Vince Hinostroza or Dennis Rasmussen’s spot in the lineup.
The Blackhawks re-signed Andrew Desjardins to a two-year, $1.6M contract extension.
The Blackhawks have acquired Andrew Desjardins from the Sharks for Ben Smith.
Desjardins, 27, switches places with Ben Smith and should slot right in on the Blackhawks fourth line. He has just eight points (5G / 3A) in 56 games, so moving to Chicago is not going to bump up his fantasy value.
Desjardins (personal) will not play on Tuesday.
Desjardins will not be in the lineup tonight vs. the Coyotes because he and his wife are expecting the birth of their child. He will be replaced by Tyler Kennedy.
Andrew Desjardins probably will be back in a fourth-line role.
The gritty Desjardins has three goals and 12 points with 31 PIM in 47 games.
Andrew Desjardins skating with Thornton, Pavelski today.
Look for the gritty Desjardins to skate on the top line. He has three goals and nine points with 31 PIM over 41 games.
Good news. Andrew Desjardins cleared to play. #SJSharks
We can only assume that Desjardins needs a practice or two before getting back into a game. The fourth-line center scored three goals and eight points over 40 games this season.
Andrew Desjardins out on the ice this morning for the #SJSharks.
Desjardins won't play tonight but getting back on the ice is a good sign for the fourth line center. He was injured on an illegal hit by Columbus Blue Jackets forward Dane Byers.
Source: Kevin Kurz 01/17/12, 9:34 am EST
That, of course, leaves Desjardins and Wingels as the #SJSharks scratches.
With Desjardins out of the lineup, look for the veteran Andrew Murray to move to the fourth line center position.
The San Jose Sharks have agreed to one-year contracts with forward Andrew Desjardins and goaltender Alex Stalock.
Source: Sharks.com 06/28/11, 6:20 am EST