Lovejoy (lower-body) will travel to Tampa Bay.
Lovejoy has missed the last three games with a lower-body injury, but will travel to Tampa Bay and could return to the lineup on Tuesday. Lovejoy has just one assist while averaging 15:49 TOI/GM in five games this season.
The Devils have placed Ben Lovejoy (lower-body) on injured reserve.
Lovejoy missed Saturday’s game with a lower-body injury and will miss at least Thursday’s vs. the Predators after being placed on IR. His roster spot was filled by Eric Gryba, who was called up from Binghamton (AHL) in a corresponding move.
Lovejoy (lower-body) will not travel to Philadelphia for Saturday’s game.
Lovejoy will miss Saturday’s game and be re-evaluated next week. The Devils are hopeful that the injury is short-term, but Steve Santini will likely replace him for now.
Lovejoy will draw into the Devils lineup on Sunday.
Lovejoy will not be in the Devils lineup on Saturday.
Lovejoy will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Lovejoy has appeared in 16 games this season, picking up just four points (1G / 3A). Tonight he will sit and Steve Santini will take his spot on the blueline.
Lovejoy will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Lovejoy will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Lovejoy climbed into the Devils’ lineup on Saturday and recorded one assist in 15:54 TOI, but will be replaced by Mirco Mueller vs. the Lightning tonight.
The Devils have signed Ben Lovejoy to a three-year deal worth $7.98 million ($2.666M AAV).
Lovejoy, 32, is a big blueliner (6’2” / 205 lbs) who moves better than his frame would suggest. However, he has never been a big point producer, carrying a career-high of 18 points (2013-14) into free agency. After the Ducks traded Adam Larsson to the Oilers, they needed to add a defenseman and the Lovejoy signing addresses that need.
Lovejoy (upper-body) will return to the Penguins lineup on Saturday.
Lovejoy has missed the last 15 games with an upper-body injury, but will replace Olli Maatta in the lineup tonight in Detroit. Lovejoy has just nine points (3G / 6A) in 57 games this season.
Lovejoy is out "long-term" with an upper-body injury.
Source: @penguins 02/23/16, 7:41 am EST
Lovejoy (upper-body) will not play on Sunday.
The Penguins have acquired Ben Lovejoy from the Ducks for Simon Despres.
Lovejoy, 31, does everything pretty well, but does nothing great. He returns to the team that he started his career with. He had four goals and 21 assists (25 points) in 98 games with the Penguins from 2008-13. This season he has 11 points (1G / 10A) in 40 games with the Ducks. He should fill Despres spot on the Penguins third pair.
Lovejoy (finger) is expected to play on Friday vs. Edmonton.
Lovejoy has been sidelined with a fractured finger since October 26th. He is on IR right now, but with Josh Manson being sent down earlier in the week there is already room on the roster for Lovejoy to be activated. He will be paired with Cam Fowler tonight.
Lovejoy (finger) is still 2-3 weeks away from returning.
Lovejoy has been sidelined with a broken finger since October 26th. He has started skating on his own and can stick handle a little bit, but still is not expected to return until mid-to-late December.
Lovejoy will missed 6-8 weeks with a fractured finger.
Lovejoy was reevaluated this afternoon where it was determined that he fractured a finger in a fight with Joe Pavelski. Despite pummelling 'Little Joe' in the scrap, he is the one walking away with the injury and will miss at least a month and a half. Expect the Ducks to recall a defenseman but Mark Fistric should be in the lineup on Tuesday.
Lovejoy is out indefinitely with a broken hand.
Lovejoy broke his hand in a fight with Joe Pavelski in Sunday's penalty filled battle between the Ducks and Sharks. There were 155 penalty minutes handed out last night and despite Lovejoy manhandling Pavelski, he is the one walking away with the injury. Lovejoy was playing 18 minutes a night, so this will hurt the Ducks blueline for likely one month or longer. Marc Fistric will likely be in the lineup on Tuesday.
Lovejoy (illness) is questionable for tonight's game in Calgary.
Lovejoy did not take part in the Ducks' morning skate because of the illness. If he is unable to suit up tonight, Luca Sbisa will return to the lineup after missing Monday's game.
Lovejoy expected to make his #NHLDucks debut tonight at DAL, paired w/ Allen.
Lovejoy has 25 points in 98 career games, and is on a crowded blueline in Anaheim. He isn't a great fantasy option.
The Pittsburgh Penguins have acquired a 2014 fifth-round draft pick from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for Ben Lovejoy, it was announced by executive vice president and general manager Ray Shero.
The acquisition is considered a depth move from the Pens who are currently dealing with an injured Fowler. Lovejoy wasn't a major fantasy contributor with the Pens so it is unlikely he will find an offensive stride with the Ducks.
Source: NHL.com 02/7/13, 6:44 am EST