Stralman (upper-body) will return to the Lightning lineup on Sunday.
Source: Joe Smith 12/16/18, 12:05 pm EST
Stralman (upper-body) will undergo treatment and will be re-evaluated in one week.
Stralman has not played since November 8th and will miss at least the next three or four games. Erik Cernak has played well in Stralman’s absence, so there’s no need to rush the veteran defenseman back in the first half of the season.
Stralman (upper-body) will not play on Wednesday.
Stralman will miss his sixth straight game with an upper-body injury, which means Erik Cernak will remain on the Lightning blueline.
Stralman (upper-body) is doubtful for Monday.
Stralman has missed the last four games with an upper-body injury and is likely to miss his fifth consecutive game on Monday. The Lightning have four games this week, so there will be plenty of opportunities for Stralman to re-enter the lineup.
Source: Joe Smith 11/19/18, 9:00 am EST
Stralman (upper-body) is not expected to play on Thursday.
Stralman is expected to miss his third straight game with an upper-body injury, but is getting closer to a return. Erik Cernak will likely remain in the Lightning lineup with Stralman out.
Source: Joe Smith 11/15/18, 12:13 pm EST
Stralman (lower-body) is expected to return to the Lightning lineup on Sunday.
Stralman has missed the last two games with a lower-body injury, but was back on the ice this morning and will likely play in Columbus. Stralman has just 11 points (4G / 7A) in 35 games but is leading the NHL in plus/minus at plus-24.
Source: Joe Smith 12/31/17, 5:55 am EST
Stralman (lower-body) is not expected to play on Friday.
Stralman was a late scratch from Thursday’s game vs. the Canadiens and likely won’t play tonight either. Stralman is “more likely” to play vs. the Blue Jackets on Sunday according to Jon Cooper.
Stralman (upper-body) is expected to return to the Lightning lineup on Thursday.
Source: Joe Smith 12/1/16, 8:53 am EST
Stralman (undisclosed) will not play on Monday; expected to miss three games.
Stralman left Saturday’s game vs. the Sharks with an undisclosed injury and did not return. Stralman will not play in the Lightning’s first game of a five-game road-trip and head coach Jon Cooper would not commit to Stralman playing on the trip, and added that he will likely miss the first three games.
Source: Joe Smith 11/14/16, 7:04 am EST
Stralman (leg) will return to the Lightning lineup in Game 2.
Stralman (leg) could return to the Lightning lineup for Game 2; consider him a game-time decision.
Stralman is out indefinitely with a fractured leg.
Stralman (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Friday.
Stralman missed Tuesday’s game with an illness, but could be back in the lineup on Friday. He is listed as a game-time decision, so monitor his status when the Lightning hit the ice for warmups at 7:00 p.m. ET.
Stralman (undisclosed) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play on Tuesday.
Stralman was a late scratch on Tuesday when he did not come out for warmups. There is no word on what is ailing the veteran defenseman, but consider him day-to-day until more details are released. He will be replaced by Luke Witkowski, who was recalled from Syracuse (AHL) earlier today.
Source: Bryan Burns 03/9/16, 6:13 am EST
Stralman (illness) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play.
Stralman was listed as a game-time decision, but is on the ice for warmups and it look like he will play vs. the Senators.
Source: Joe Smith 02/8/16, 2:04 pm EST
Stralman (illness) is listed as a game-time decision.
Stralman is listed as a game-time decision after missing Sunday’s practice with the flu. If Stralman can’t play, expect Matt Carle to play, but it looks like Stralman will go.
Stralman (undisclosed) is expected to play on Tuesday.
Stralman missed Monday’s practice and was listed as questionable entering the day. He was on the ice for the morning skate and is probable to play vs. Buffalo. Streamline has six assists in 16 games this season.
Stralman (undisclosed) is questionable for Tuesday.
Stralman missed Monday’s practice and is listed as questionable for Tuesday’s game vs. the Sabres. Monitor his status during Tuesday’s morning skate.
Stralman working on the Lightning’s top power-play unit.
In his first season in Tampa Bay, Stralman averaged 2:28 PP/TOI per game, which was way up from the 0:45 PP/TOI he averaged in three years with New York—the increased playing time resulted in 14 PPP (2G / 12A) after he had just four PPP in the previous three seasons. Stralman is once again working with the first PP-unit to start the 2015-16 season, so it looks like the Lightning plan to use him in the same way as last year. He had a career high 39 points (9G / 30A) a season ago.
Source: Joe Smith 09/28/15, 8:46 am EST
The Lightning have signed Anton Stralman to a five-year deal worth $22.5 million.
Stralman had 13 points (1G / 12A) in 81 games with the Rangers this season. The Lightning freed up a lot of cap-space ahead of July 1st, and they gave Stralman a nice contract. The 27-year-old Swede had a strong postseason and will be a reliable defenseman on the Lightning blueline for the next few years.