Anisimov (lower-body) is not on the ice for warmups.
Anisimov will miss Monday’s game against the Wild due to a lower-body injury. One of Jordan Szwarz or Nick Paul is expected to replace Anisimov in the lineup.
Anisimov (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Anisimov suffered a lower-body injury in the Senators’ win over the Lightning on Saturday and will be a game-time decision against the Wild. Anisimov has one goal and eight shots while averaging 15:00 TOI/gm in four games with Ottawa.
The Senators have acquired Artem Anisimov from the Blackhawks for Zack Smith.
This trade was all about the Blackhawks clearing cap-space and Anisimov is a middle-6 upgrade over Smith. Anisimov is coming off of a 15-goal, 22-assist season in 2019 and had three straight 20-plus goal seasons but won’t have the same surrounding cast with the Senators.
The Blackhawks have activated Artem Anisimov (concussion) from IR.
Anisimov has missed the last four games with a concussion but is expected to play Tuesday vs. the Predators. Anisimov has registered just six goals on 61 shots (9.8 SH%) and nine assists (15 points) in 31 games this season.
The Blackhawks have placed Artem Anisimov (concussion) on IR.
Anisimov suffered a concussion against the Canadiens vs. Montreal on Sunday and is out indefinitely. Anisimov’s move to IR opened up a roster spot for the Blackhawks to recall Dylan Sikura from Rockford (AHL).
Anisimov (concussion) will not travel to Winnipeg.
Anisimov was forced to leave Sunday’s game against Montreal and is in concussion protocol. Anisimov will not travel to Winnipeg and will likely miss Wednesday’s game vs. Pittsburgh as well.
The Blackhawks have officially activated Artem Anisimov (upper-body) from IR.
Chicago announced that Anisimov will return tonight over the weekend so activating him from IR was simply a formality. Gustav Forsling was re-assigned to Rockford (AHL) yesterday to create room for Anisimov.
Anisimov (upper-body) is expected to be back in the Chicago lineup on Monday.
The Blackhawks have placed Artem Anisimov (upper-body) on IR.
Anisimov demoted to the third line early in training camp.
Anisimov has played almost exclusively with Patrick Kane during his first two years in Chicago, recording 42 goals and 45 assists (87 points) in 141 games. However, so far in training camp, Nick Schmaltz has been skating on the second line with Kane and Anisimov is centering the third line with Patrick Sharp and Ryan Hartman. This affects Anisimov’s upside drastically, but it’s still early in training camp and he could find himself back in his regular role before too long.
Anisimov (lower-body) is expected to be ready for Game 1.
Anisimov (lower-body) will likely start skating on Monday.
Anisimov (lower-body) is expected to be ready for the playoffs.
Anisimov has missed the last six games and is expected to miss the rest of the regular season, but should be ready for the playoffs. Tanner Kero will skate in Anisimov’s spot on Monday.
Anisimov (lower-body) will miss 3-4 weeks.
Anisimov (lower-body) will play on Saturday.
Anisimov (lower-body) will not play Friday vs. the Islanders.
Anisimov was hurt Wednesday vs. the Penguins and despite taking part in the morning skate, Anisimov will sit vs. the Islanders. With Anisimov out, Andrew Desjardins will draw back into the Blackhawks lineup.
Source: Eric Lear 03/3/17, 7:27 am EST
Anisimov will “miss some time” with a lower-body injury he suffered on Wednesday.
Anisimov (illness) is questionable for Tuesday’s game.
Anisimov missed Monday’s practice with an illness, and is listed as questionable for tomorrow’s game in San Jose. Monitor his status during the morning skate.
Anisimov (illness) will be in the lineup on Sunday.
Anisimov (upper-body) will return to the Blackhawks lineup on Tuesday.
Anisimov missed the last three games with an upper-body injury, but he will be back between Patrik Kane and Artemi Panarin tonight vs. the Jets. Anisimov has scored 14 goals and 13 assists (27 points) in 32 games this season.
Source: Ken Wiebe 12/27/16, 8:14 am EST