Stuart is out indefinitely after undergoing back surgery.
Stuart has been sidelined since November 10th and will miss even more time after undergoing back surgery. There is a good chance we will not see Stuart again this season.
Source: @Avalanche 02/2/16, 9:38 am EST
Stuart will be healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Stuart has been in and out of the lineup this season. After playing on Sunday he will come out tonight in favour of Brandon Gormley, who will be making his Avalanche debut.
Stuart (hamstring) returns to the Avalanche lineup on Thursday.
Stuart has been sidelined with a hamstring injury since November 4th, but will return to the lineup tonight in Pittsburgh. He has yet to record a point and carries a minus-4 rating through 19 games this season. Tonight will be his 1,000th career NHL game.
Source: Nick Groke 12/18/14, 5:18 am EST
Stuart (hamstring) was a full participant in Avs’ practice on Friday.
Stuart has been out since November 4th with a hamstring injury, but today was the first time he has taken part in a full practice since suffering the injury. He will likely have to take part in a few practices to get back up to speed before returning to the lineup.
Stuart (hamstring) will miss at least two more weeks.
Stuart has been sidelined with a hamstring injury since November 4th and will keep him out until at least mid-December.
Stuart will be out a “couple of weeks” with a hamstring injury.
Stuart suffered a hamstring injury in the Avalanche loss to the Canucks last night. With Stuart out, Zach Redmond will slide back into the lineup and likely be paired with Nick Holden.
Stuart left Tuesday’s game with a leg injury and did not return.
Stuart could miss some time with the leg injury, but we won’t get an update until after the Avs’ practice this afternoon.
The Avalanche signed Brad Stuart to a two-year, $7.2 million contract extension.
Stuart was acquired from the Sharks on July 1st after two seasons in San Jose. The 34-year-old defenseman had 11 points (3G / 8A) in 61 games last season. The contract keeps his cap-hit at $3.6 million through the 2016-17 season.
The Avalanche have acquired Brad Stuart from the Sharks for second and sixth round draft picks.
Stuart, 34, had just 11 points (3G / 8A) in 61 games with the Sharks last season. His offence is not where it used to be, but he brings a stable and physical game to the Avalanche's blueline.
Stuart (upper-body) returned to the Sharks lineup on Monday.
Stuart played 19 minutes and 57 seconds, including a game high three minutes and four seconds on the penalty kill. He was credited with two hits and one blocked shot. It was his first game since February 7th and head coach Todd McLellan viewed it as a success. “I thought he played well. He had some jump in his stride,” McLellan said. “The conditioning part of it looks really good. The rust part of it is going to come, but he was better than I thought he would be. That’s a real positive thing for us.”
Source: Kevin Kurz 03/25/14, 5:16 am EST
Stuart (upper-body) skated with the Sharks this morning.
This was Stuart's first full practice since suffering an upper-body injury in early February. His return to the ice does not mean that he is ready to return to the lineup, but is a step in the right direction. The Sharks are red-hot right now so there is no reason for them to rush him back.
Stuart (upper-body) will not travel on the Sharks' upcoming road trip.
Stuart suffered an upper body injury in the Sharks’ final game before the Olympic break on Feb. 7 against Columbus, and has not practiced the past two days. He skated on his own on Monday morning. Head coach Todd McLellan danced around an inquiry as to whether Stuart’s ailment was short term or long term. “Any type of games missed for us, it feels like long term now, because he’s had the two weeks to heal,” McLellan said. “But, he won’t get through this road trip. After that, we’ll see where he is when we get back.”
Source: Kevin Kurz 02/24/14, 7:10 pm EST
Stuart in; Matt Irwin out.
Stuart sat on Sunday as a healthy scratch but will return to the lineup tonight vs. Calgary. He has recorded three assists and a plus-1 rating while averaging 19:19 TOI in 11 games.
The Sharks will get Stuart back from his three game suspension tomorrow. He will play in Boyle's place with Irwin vs. Dallas.
Stuart played 17:04 and registered a plus-1 rating in his only game with San Jose this season. Seeing top-pair minutes on a dominant Sharks team should help his fantasy value until Boyle returns.
Source: Kevin Kurz 10/16/13, 8:42 am EST
The NHL have scheduled a phone hearing with Brad Stuart for that hit on Rangers forward Rick Nash in first period of 9-2 win.
It was Stuart's first game back this season.
Brad Stuart (lower-body) will return to the Sharks blueline tonight.
Stuart will make his season debut tonight, at home against the Rangers. He will replace Scott Hannan and be paired with Jason Demers. Stuart posted the worst offensive statistics of his career in 2012-13 (0 G / 6 A). He will look to bounce back this season on a Sharks team that will produce offensively.
Source: Kevin Kurz 10/8/13, 11:05 am EST
San Jose Sharks head coach Todd McLellan says Brad Stuart will not play tonight vs. Canucks.
Stuart has been dealing with a lower-body injury all preseason. Scott Hannan will likely replace Stuart on the Sharks blueline.
TRADE: The rights to defenseman Brad Stuart have been traded to San Jose for Andrew Murray and a conditional pick in the 2014 NHL Draft.
We knew this one was coming for a while as Stuart wanted to return back out West. Stuart shouldn't have any more value with the Sharks than he did with the Wings.
According to Mike Babcock, Brad Stuart is in tonight's lineup.
Stuart gets back into the lineup after missing a game with the flu. The former 3rd overall pick has four goals and 11 points in 53 games.
Holland just said he's been told Brad Stuart will not play for #RedWings tonight against #coyotes
As expected, Stuart won't play tonight due to the flu. The veteran has four goals and 11 points in 53 games. Jakub Kindl will replace him in the lineup.