The Islanders have placed Andrew Ladd (lower-body) on IR.
The Islanders announced on Thursday that Ladd is out indefinitely with a lower-body injury, so his move to IR opens up a roster spot for Michael Dal Colle to be recalled from Bridgeport (AHL).
The Islanders have activated Andrew Ladd (upper-body) from IR.
Ladd will make his season debut after missing the first three games of the season with an upper-body injury. Ladd will start on a veteran third line with Valtteri Filppula and Leo Komarov.
Ladd (upper-body) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Ladd has missed the first three games with the season, starting the season on IR. Ladd returned to practice on Thursday and is considered a game-time decision for Saturday’s meeting with the Predators. The 32-year-old had 12 goals and 17 assists (29 points) in 73 games with the Islanders last season.
Ladd (undisclosed) will not play in the Islanders' opening game on Thursday.
The extent of Ladd's injury is unknown at this point but Isles' GM Lou Lamoriello said LTIR is not being considered at this point. Ladd has been skating as of late but remains without a timetable for his return. He had 12 goals and 17 assists in 73 games for the Islanders last season.
Ladd (upper-body) will return to the Islanders lineup on Wednesday.
Ladd (upper-body) has been activated from IR and is expected to play Wednesday.
Ladd has missed the last nine games with and upper-body injury but it looks like he’ll be back tonight in Toronto. There’s no word on where Ladd will slot back into the lineup because of the emergence of Anthony Beauvillier during his absence. Ladd has nine goals and nine assists (18 points) in 42 games this season.
Ladd (undisclosed) will not play on Saturday.
Ladd will miss his second straight game with an undisclosed injury and the Islanders are unsure how long he will be out for. Head coach Doug Weight said they “have to figure everything out and hopefully [Ladd] is back sooner than later. That’ all I can tell you now.” It doesn’t sound like Ladd will be out long-term, but Anthony Beauvillier and Michael Dal Colle are up from Bridgeport (AHL) to take Ladd and Josh Bailey’s spots in the lineup.
Ladd (undisclosed) will not play on Sunday.
Ladd (upper-body) will return to the Islanders’ lineup on Tuesday.
Ladd has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury, but will draw in for Anthony Beauvillier tonight. Ladd has had a tough debut season in Brooklyn—he comes into Tuesday with eight goals and four assists (12 points)in 41 games this season.
Ladd (upper-body) will not play on Saturday.
Ladd will miss his third consecutive game with an upper-body injury and is considered doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Flyers.
Ladd is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Ladd missed Monday’s game with an upper-body injury and is listed as day-to-day. With his day-to-day tag, consider Ladd as questionable for Thursday’s game vs. the Stars.
Ladd (undisclosed) will not play on Monday.
Ladd will come out of the lineup on Monday because of an undisclosed minor injury. With Ladd out, Shane Prince will get back into the lineup. Consider Ladd as day-to-day.
The Islanders signed Andrew Ladd to a seven-year deal worth $38.5 million ($5.5M AAV).
After spending five and a half years with the Winnipeg Jets, he had a reunion with the Blackhawks after being acquired at the Trade Deadline, but he wasn’t enough to propel them to another Stanley Cup. He had 12 points (8G / 4A) in 19 games with Chicago and 25 goals, 21 assists (46 points) in 78 games overall. Ladd will fill the hole left by Kyle Okposo’s departure to Buffalo and should find himself playing alongside John Tavares in 2016-17.
Source: Aaron Ward 07/2/16, 8:11 am EST
Ladd (personal) will be a game-time decision for Game 1.
Ladd missed Monday’s practice but will play in Game 1.
Ladd was absent from Monday’s practice, but head coach Joel Quenneville said that Ladd is fine. Ladd has registered eight goals and four assists (12 points) in 19 games since being acquired from the Jets.
The Blackhawks have acquired Andrew Ladd, Jay Harrison and Matt Fraser from the Jets for Marko Dano, a 2016 1st round pick and a conditional draft pick.
Ladd, 30, was with the Blackhawks from 2008-2010, winning a Stanley Cup in 2010. He has spent the last five in a half seasons with the Jets, where he averaged 27 goals and 32 assists (59 points) per 82 games and had 34 points (17G / 17A) in 59 games this season. He will play on the Blackhawks’ top line with Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa (when he returns from injury).
Ladd (sports hernia) might need offseason surgery.
Ladd played through a sports hernia in the first round loss against the Ducks. He will see a specialist and might opt for surgery. He said the injury limited his explosiveness on skates, but was not a major issue.
Source: CBC.ca 04/24/15, 11:55 am EST
Ladd is not on the ice for warmups; not expected to play.
Ladd would have had the chance to play every game this season, but he will be given the afternoon off with the Jets locked into the playoffs.
Andrew Ladd scored his 7th goal of the season Sunday.
Ladd now has 12 points in 19 games this season.
Source: NHL 11/16/14, 7:41 pm EST
Ladd (elbow) is out for the rest of the regular season.
Ladd had a strong season, nearing his career-high with 54 points (23G / 31A). That falls five short of his career-high that he set with the Atlanta Thrashers (remember them?) in 2010-11. Ladd has been a good leader for this team and exemplifies exactly what head coach Paul Maurice is looking for out of his players. Should Maurice be back next season, look for Ladd to have a good year.