Morrow will be back in the lineup for Game 6.
Source: Matt Baker 04/25/15, 2:06 pm EST
The Lightning signed Brenden Morrow to a one-year, $1.55 million contract.
Morrow, 35, had 13 goals and 12 assists (25 points) in 71 games with the Blues last season. The veteran winger is a two-time 30-plus goal scorer, but has seen his production fall while playing a smaller role over the last few seasons. In 2013-14 he figures to play on the Lightning's third or fourth line on a regular basis.
Blues forward Brenden Morrow tried playing through what was believed to be a fractured foot, but heading into Game 4 Wednesday in Chicago, the veteran was ruled out for the remainder of the series.
Morrow had not been a consistent performer for the Blues but his presence will certainly be missed as they're still dealing with a number of injuries including David Backes.
Morrow sits so Oshie can return to the lineup.
Morrow is day-to-day with a foot injury.
Morrow suffered a foot injury in the team's morning skate, but the severity wasn't discovered until after he took pre-game warm-ups on Thursday. Morrow took a shot off his foot in the morning skate. He suited up for warm-ups several hours later, expecting to play, but experienced discomfort and returned to the locker room for tests that showed the injury is perhaps serious. The Blues will likely have to tap into their AHL affiliate for call-up help prior to tonight's game against Dallas.
Morrow (upper-body) might play on Tuesday.
Morrow has missed the last five games after suffering an upper-body injury on October 29 vs. Washington. The veteran winger is not the scoring threat that he used to be - he has very limited fantasy value.
The Blues have placed LW Brenden Morrow on injured reserve with an upper-body injury.
Morrow was already ruled out for tomorrow's contest with the Canadiens, but if this IR move is retroactive to last Wednesday (he was injured in practice) then he would be eligible to return on Thursday vs. Calgary.
Source: Lou Korac 11/4/13, 1:28 pm EST
Morrow (upper-body) will not travel with the Blues to Montreal.
Morrow will miss his third straight game on Tuesday. He will stay in St. Louis where the Blues take on the Flames on Thursday, consider him questionable for that contest.
Morrow missed practice Wednesday morning with an upper-body injury.
Morrow was injured five minutes into the third period on Tuesday on a Mark Stuart cross checking penalty. The Blues will decide tomorrow if Morrow will travel with the team to Florida for Friday's contest with the Panthers.
Source: Lou Korac 10/30/13, 9:41 am EST
Morrow will not play tonight because of a neck injury.
Morrow was questionable yesterday but decided to play, however he will sit tonight. Adam Cracknell will enter the lineup.
Morrow (neck) will play tonight.
Morrow was dealing with some neck soreness after Tuesday's game, but will play tonight after saying the pain is gone.
Brenden Morrow is on the ice for pregame warmups for #stlblues
Morrow in, Paajarvi in.
Brenden Morrow is not on the ice for the Blues morning skate. It looks as if his Visa issue has not been resolved, meaning he will be out tonight.
Vladimir Sobotka will move into Morrow's spot on the third line and Magnus Paajarvi will slide into the lineup on the fourth line.
Source: Lou Korac 10/3/13, 7:46 am EST
Brenden Morrow is still awaiting his work visa to be completed. As of now, status for tomorrow is up in the air.
If Morrow can't play tomorrow, Magnus Paajarvi slides into the lineup. He'd play on 4th line. Vladimir Sobotka would move up with Derek Roy and Chris Stewart.
Source: Lou Korac 10/2/13, 9:51 am EST
The #stlblues are bringing in Morrow as a 4th line player who may be able to help on the 3rd line at times.
Morrow signed a one year deal. The 3rd/4th line designation likely means that Morrow's days as a 30-goal scorer are long over. Don't let the name attract you in any drafts.
Morrow skating on second line with Jeffrey, Neal.
if Morrow impresses the coaches on the second line, when Malkin returns his fantasy value will go way up. The LW next to Malkin and Neal has changed all year, if Morrow can solidify that role he could become a useful fantasy asset. Morrow is a gritty player that can open space for his line-mates, he should help Neal and Malkin just as much as they help him.
The Stars have traded captain Brenden Morrow to the Penguins
Pitt gets B. Morrow and a 3rd-round pick 2013 in exchange Dallas gets prospects Joe Morrow and a 5th-round pick 2013
Brenden Morrow will be in the lineup against the Anaeheim Ducks.
Morrow took part in pregame warmups and skated on a line with Antoine Roussel and Erik Cole.
LW Brenden Morrow (groin) officially out tonight vs. #NHLDucks, DAL coach Glen Gulutzan said.
Morrow will miss his third game in a row tonight. Morrow skated this morning and it looked as if he might be in the lineup, but that is not the case. He should be back in the lineup Saturday vs. Chicago.
Source: Dan Wood 03/14/13, 9:02 am EST
Brenden Morrow day-to-day.
Morrow has sat out the Stars last two games because of a groin injury. He won't be out long and could even return tomorrow. Consider him day-to-day.