Saad (ankle) will return to the Blackhawks lineup on Saturday.
Saad has missed the last 12 games with an ankle injury but will play tonight in Toronto. Saad, who will replace Dylan Sikura in the lineup, could be back on the top line with Jonathan Toews. He has just 11 goals and eight assists (19 points) in 36 games this season.
Source: Eric Lear 01/18/20, 12:57 pm EST
Saad will miss three weeks with a right ankle injury.
Saad was hurt in Winnipeg on December 19th and will be out until mid-January with an ankle injury. With Saad out, head coach Jeremy Colliton has already tried Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane together for a period of time, so that's something to keep an eye on in the coming weeks.
Saad (ankle) will be out for a "couple weeks."
Saad was forced to leave Thursday's game in Winnipeg after suffering an ankle injury on a hit by Luca Sbisa. With Saad out, Dylan Sikura will draw back into the Blackhawks lineup on Saturday.
Saad (right arm) will not play on Monday.
Saad missed the morning skate and was listed as a game-time decision, but is not on the ice for warmups. Saad will sit out for a second straight game.
Saad (right arm) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Saad was a late scratch from Saturday’s game in Philadelphia and his status for Monday’s game remains in question. Saad will not take part in the morning skate and his status will be determined later, making him a game-time decision.
Saad (right arm) will not play Saturday afternoon in Philadelphia.
The Blackhawks have acquired Brandon Saad, Anton Forsberg and a 2018 5th round pick from the Blue Jackets for Artemi Panarin, Tyler Motte and a 2017 6th round pick.
Saad (upper-body) will play on Sunday.
Saad (upper-body) practiced on Saturday; expected to play on Sunday.
Source: Rob Mixer 03/12/16, 7:51 am EST
Saad (upper-body) skated on Friday; remains day-to-day, not expected to play vs. the Penguins.
Saad skated on Friday morning, but remains day-to-day and will miss his third consecutive game with an upper-body injury. With Saad out, David Clarkson will continue to play a larger role than normal.
Source: Rob Mixer 03/11/16, 9:39 am EST
Saad (upper-body) will not travel to Philadelphia for Saturday’s game.
Saad left midway through Friday’s win over the Oilers. Following Friday’s contest the Blue Jackets traveled to Philadelphia and Saad did not travel with the team. With Saad out, Rene Bourque is expected to be in the lineup on Saturday.
Saad skated on the Blue Jackets' top line on Wednesday.
Source: Rob Mixer 12/9/15, 7:32 am EST
Saad (illness) will play on Saturday.
Saad (illness) will not play on Friday vs. Washington.
Saad will not travel to Washington for Friday’s game against the Capitals. Thankfully for the Blue Jackets, Ryan Johansen will return and replace Brandon Saad in the lineup. Monitor Saad’s status prior to Saturday’s game, at home vs. the Jets.
Saad missed Thursday's practice due to an illness.
Saad missed this afternoon’s practice with an illness. His absence this morning suggests he could miss Friday’s contest, which would be unfortunate because the Blue Jackets will be getting Ryan Johansen back.
The Blue Jackets have signed Brandon Saad to a six-year deal worth $36M.
The Blue Jackets acquired Brandon Saad, Alex Broadhurst and Michael Paliotta from the Blackhawks for Artem Anisimov, Marko Dano, Corey Tropp, Jeremy Morin and a 2016 4th round pick.
Saad practicing on the Blackhawks fourth line on Wednesday.
Saad, who has just one goal in the first nine games of the season, played just 15:08 on Tuesday and is skating on Chicago's fourth line with Marcus Kruger and Ben Smith this morning. It has been a rough start for the 22-year-old, who's value certainly takes a hit when he is not playing none of the Blackhawks premier players (Toews, Kane, Sharp, Hossa and Richards).
Saad will return to the Blackhawks lineup on Wednesday.
Saad served as a healthy scratch in Sunday's win over the Blues. Head coach Joel Quenneville called the scratch a "coach's decision". Saad has just one assist in his last nine games, so the Hawks were likely giving him the night off to recharge so he is ready to go come playoff time.
Saad will play against the Nashville Predators on Sunday after missing the last three games with an upper-body injury.
Saad hasn't played since suffering an upper-body injury against the Detroit Red Wings on March 16. He is tied for second on the Blackhawks with a plus-29 rating and is sixth on the team with 44 points. He has 19 goals and 25 assists in 68 games this season.