Tkachuk (leg) will return to the Senators lineup on Thursday.
Tkachuk has been out since October 15th, but will be back in the Senators lineup vs. Golden Knights. The rookie had a strong start to his career, picking up three goals and three assists (six points) in four games.
Tkachuk (leg) was cleared for contact but won’t play on Tuesday.
Tkachuk was once again on the ice at the Senators facility on Tuesday, but will not play tonight vs. the Devils. Tkachuk shed his non-contact jersey and is “very close” to returning to the lineup. Look for him to be back in the Senators’ top-6 on Thursday.
Source: Ian Mendes 11/6/18, 12:24 pm EST
Tkachuk (leg) is expected to return "sometime [next week.]"
Tkachuk has a torn ligament in his leg and will miss one month.
Tkachuk (groin) is expected to make his NHL debut on Monday.
Tkachuk missed the first two games of the season with a mild groin injury, but will be on the Senators first-line with Matt Duchene and Ryan Dzingel this afternoon. This summer’s No.4 overall pick had 31 points (8G / 23A) in 40 games at Boston University last year.
Tkachuk (groin) will not play on Saturday.
Source: Dean Brown 10/6/18, 1:37 pm EST
Tkachuk will miss the Senators season opener with a mild groin strain.
Tkachuk’s NHL debut will be put on hold because of a mild groin strain, but he shouldn’t be sidelined for too long. With Tkahuck out, Colin White will move up to centre the second line with Zack Smith and Mark Stone.
Tkachuk (undisclosed) is doubtful for Thursday’s season opener.
There is no word on when Tkachuk suffered the injury, but it looks like his NHL debut will be put on hold fo now. This summer’s fourth overall pick had 31 points (8G / 23A) in 40 games at Boston University and is expected to skate on the second line with Mark Stone and Zack Smith when he is healthy.
The Senators signed Brady Tkachuk to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Senators select Brady Tkachuk with the No.4 overall pick.
The brother of Flames’ winger Matthew Tkachuk, Brady had eight goals and 23 assists (31 points) at Boston University this season. Tkachuk elevated his stock during a great World Juniors tournament, where he had nine points (3G / 6A) in seven games. Like his dad Keith, Brady is a big-bodied forward with a great size/skill combo. He will have a chance to make the NHL this fall.