Jarnkrok (illness) will return to the Predators lineup on Monday.
Jarnkrok has missed the last five games with an illness but will play tonight in Vancouver. Jarnkrok has often been featured in the Predators top-6 this season but will make his return on the fourth-line with Colton Sissons and Austin Watson.
Jarnkrok (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Jarnkrok missed Tuesday's practice and is questionable for play on Wednesday. Consider Jarnkrok a game-time decision and look for Yakov Trenin to remain in the lineup if Jarnkrok can't play.
Jarnkrok (lower-body) will be back in the Predators lineup on Thursday.
Jarnkrok has missed the last three games with a lower-body injury, but will play tonight in Arizona. Jarnkrok will skate with Kyle Turris and Craig Smith, but has just three goals and two assists in 15 games this season.
Jarnkrok (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Source: @PredsPR 11/10/18, 2:10 pm EST
Jarnkrok is expected to draw back into the Predators lineup for Game 6.
Source: Adam Vingan 05/7/18, 3:15 pm EST
Jarnkrok will miss the rest of the regular season with an upper-body injury.
Source: @PredsPR 03/15/18, 2:27 pm EST
Jarnkrok will draw back into the Predators lineup on Tuesday.
Jarnkrok came out of the Predators lineup on Saturday, but will draw back in for Scott Hartnell on Tuesday. Jarnkrok has picked up 16 goals and 19 assists (35 points) in 67 games this season.
Jarnkrok (lower-body) skated this morning; questionable for Game 1.
Jarnkrok (lower-body) out of the lineup on Saturday.
Source: @PredsPR 04/8/17, 3:02 pm EST
The Predators signed Calle Jarnkrok to a six-year contract extension worth $12 million ($2.0M AAV).
Jarnkrok, 24, appeared in 74 games with the Predators in 2015-16, scoring 16 goals with 14 assists (30 points). The young Swede has 57 points (25G / 32A) in 167 career NHL games and will likely start the 2016-17 season on the third line, but could work his way into the Predators’ top-6 as the season progresses.
Jarnkrok (illness) returned to practice on Tuesday.
Jarnkrok missed Saturday’s game and Sunday’s practice, but he was back at practice this morning, which suggests that he could be back in the lineup on Wednesday in San Jose. Jarnkrok has just one assist in seven games this season.
Jarnkrok is day-to-day with an illness.
Jarnkrok is battling an illness and is questionable for the season finale on Saturday. An illness might force him out of just one game, but he should be ready for the playoffs.
Jarnkrok will be a healthy scratch on Wednesday.
Jarnkrok has yet to record a point while piling up 11 shots and two PIMs in eight games this season. He will take a seat tonight with Gabriel Bourque and Matt Cullen entering the lineup. He has not been all that bad for the Predaotrs this season, but they want more offence from the 23-year-old.
The Predators have recalled Calle Jarnkrok form Milwaukee (AHL).
Jarnkrok, who was acquired from the Red Wings at the trade deadline in a deal that sent veteran David Legwand to Detroit, is expected to make his NHL debut on Friday. Jarnkrok's recall was prompted by an upper-body injury to Paul Gaustad. Jarnkrok earned the recall after scoring five goals with two assists (seven points) in his first five games with Milwaukee. He is expected to centre Gabriel Bourque and Craig Smith.
The Red Wings have traded Patrick Eaves, Calle Jarnkrok and a third-round pick to the Predators for David Legwand.
Jarnkrok and the third-round pick is what the Predators were after, Eaves was simply to open up room on the Red Wings roster. Jarnkrok, 22, was a second-round pick (51st overall) in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. Jarnkrok is in his first full season with the Griffins (AHL) and has 13 goals and 23 assists (36 points) in 57 games. There are concerns surrounding Jarnkrok wanting to go back and play in Sweden, but the Predators will do everything they can so that does not happen.