Chiarot will draw into the Jets lineup on Thursday.
Chiarot will replace the injured Toby Enstrom in Monday's lineup.
Source: Ken Wiebe 11/20/17, 8:18 am EST
The Jets signed Ben Chiarot to a two-year, $2.8M extension on Saturday.
Chiarot is a valuable third-pairing defensemen for the Jets, but has had difficult time staying healthy during his young NHL career. The 26-year-old tallied two goals and 10 assists (12 points) in 59 games while averaging 15:19 TOI/GM including 1:58 SH TOI/GM a season ago.
Source: Jim Toth 06/25/17, 5:53 am EST
Chiarot (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Chiarot is day-to-day with an upper-body injury and will not play Tuesday vs. the Flyers. With Chiarot out, Nelson Nogier will make his NHL debut on the Jets' blueline.
Source: Brian Munz 03/21/17, 8:21 am EST
Chiarot (illness) will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Chiarot missed the morning skate and is listed as a game-time decision for Saturday’s game. If Chiarot can’t play then Julian Melchiori will get back into the Jets’ lineup.
Chiarot (illness) will return to the Jets lineup on Friday.
Chiarot has missed the last 12 games with an illness, but will return to the lineup tonight vs.the Blackhawks. Chiarot will replace Mark Stuart in the lineup and comes into play with just six assists in 43 games this season.
Chiarot will return to the Jets’ lineup on Monday.
Chiarot played 15:08 in the season opener but was a healthy scratch on Saturday. Tonight he will replace Mark Stuart in the lineup and will be paired with Paul Postma.
Source: Ken Wiebe 10/17/16, 8:37 am EST
Chiarot will be a healthy scratch on Saturday.
Chiarot was a minus-1 in 15:08 during the Jets’ season opener on Thursday. Chiarot will be replaced by Mark Stuart on Saturday.
Source: Ted Wyman 10/15/16, 9:02 am EST
Chiarot will be a healthy scratch on Monday.
Chiarot was a minus-2 in 10:05 on Saturday and will be replaced by Adam Pardy tonight in St. Louis.
The Jets have inked Ben Chiarot to a two-year extension worth $1.7M.
Chiarot, 24, missed a chunk of time after having hand surgery this past season, but he finished his rookie season with eight points (2G / 6A) in 40 games with Winnipeg. In 24 games at the AHL level, he tallied four goals and five assists.
Source: Ed Tait 06/23/15, 11:46 am EST
Chiarot is expected to be back in the lineup for Game 4.
Chiarot played in Game 1, but was a healthy scratch in games 2 and 3. Chiarot played 16:21 in Game 1 while paired with Dustin Byfuglien, tonight he is expected to be paired with Jacob Trouba. Chiarot had eight points (2G / 6A) in 40 games this season.
Chiarot (hand) will return to he Jets lineup on Monday.
Chiarot has been out of the lineup since February 21st, but will be back in tonight vs. Minnesota. Chiarot will replace Tobias Enstrom, who is out with an upper-body injury.
Chiarot had surgery on his hand; expected to miss six weeks.
Chiarot will be out until early-April after undergoing hand surgery. With Chiarot out, Jay Harrison will draw into the lineup if Dustin Byfuglien doesn’t go back to defense. The final lineup decision will come in Tuesday’s morning skate.
Chiarot (upper-body) missed Monday’s practice.
Chiarot was reportedly spotted wearing a cast and sling on his arm, which suggests that he will be out for a lengthy period of time. Expect a full update in the next 24 hours.
The Jets have recalled Ben Chiarot from St. John’s (AHL).
Chiarot, 23, has nine points (4G / 5A) in 24 games with St. John’s this season. He has just one game of NHL experience, but could make his season debut tomorrow with Tobias Enstrom on IR with a lower-body injury.
Source: Jim Toth 12/2/14, 5:21 pm EST
The Jets have reassigned Ben Chiarot to St. John's (AHL).
The Blackhawks feasted on Chiarot in his NHL debut. He was a minus-3 in 10:47 TOI in the 5-1 loss.
Source: @NHLJets 11/3/13, 7:59 am EST
Jets announce Ben Chiarot comes up with Paul Postma on IR.
Chiarot has two goals, three assists and is a plus-6 in nine games with the St. Johns IceCaps (AHL).
Source: Rick Ralph 10/29/13, 8:40 am EST
Others sent to St. John's today: forwards John Albert, Akim Aliu, Kevin Clark, Mike Forney, Riley Holzapfel, Eric O'Dell, Shawn Weller and Shayne Wiebe, defencemen Ben Chiarot, Mark Flood, Arturs Kulda, Julian Melchiori, Travis Ramsey, Zach Redmond and Cody Sol plus goaltenders Chris Carrozzi, Peter Mannino and Edward Pasquale.
No immediate fantasy hockey value in the AHL.