The Ducks have activated Cam Fowler (face) from IR.
Fowler (face) is targeting a return in mid-January.
According to GM Bob Murray, Fowler is making positive progression following surgery and could be back on the ice in 7-10 days. Fowler will begin working out this week and will be re-evaluated before he returns to the ice.
Fowler will undergo surgery for a facial fracture and is out indefinitely.
Fowler suffered what the Ducks described as a “complex right facial fracture involving the orbital bone, cheekbone and upper-jaw bone” when he was hit in the face by a puck on Monday. Fowler will undergo surgery on Friday and a more detailed timetable will be released when they know more.
The Ducks have placed Cam Fowler (face) on IR.
Fowler was forced to leave Monday’s game after taking a puck to the face late in the third period. Moving Fowler to IR means that he’ll miss at least the next three games and Luke Schenn is expected to replace him on Wednesday.
Fowler is expected to miss 2-6 weeks with a shoulder injury.
The Ducks are still battling for a playoff spot in the final week of the season, so this is a huge loss for them. Even if the Ducks are able to hold onto their playoff position, the loss of Fowler will hurt their blueline in the post season.
Fowler (leg) is on the ice for warmups; expected to return to the Ducks lineup.
Fowler (leg) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Fowler (knee) will miss the next 3-to-7 weeks.
Fowler (lower-body) still being evaluated; expected to miss an extended period of time.
Fowler was hurt in Friday’s game vs. the Canadiens, but the Ducks have yet to determine how long their star defenseman will be sidelined. The injuries continue to mount for the Ducks as Fowler joins Hampus Lindholm and Sami Vatanen as banged up Ducks’ defensemen. With Fowler out, Brandon Montour becomes a must-add in fantasy circles.
Fowler left Friday's game with an apparent knee injury; under further evaluation.
The Ducks have signed Cam Fowler to an eight-year extension worth $52.0M ($6.5M AAV).
Fowler has been a part of trade rumours for years but we can put those to bed after inking an eight-year pact with the Ducks. In 2016-17, Fowler set a career-high with 11 goals and 39 points in 80 games. Fowler has No.1 fantasy defenseman upside, but should be selected as a No.2.
Fowler (knee) practiced on Tuesday; expected to be ready for Game 1 vs. Edmonton.
Fowler (knee) will return to the Ducks lineup on Tuesday.
Fowler (knee) is expected to return to the Ducks lineup on Tuesday.
Fowler is expected to miss 4-6 weeks with a sprained knee.
The Ducks have placed Cam Fowler (knee) on injured reserve.
Fowler has a sprained knee and will be reevaluated later in the week. As of now there is no timetable for his return, but his move to IR means he will miss at least one week.
Fowler is out indefinitely with a sprained knee.
Fowler left Sunday’s game with a lower-body injury, that the Ducks revealed is a sprained knee. They have not released a timetable for his return, but he will likely miss the remaining three games of the Ducks’ road trip. With Fowler out, the Ducks have recalled Shea Theodore, who could make his NHL debut on Tuesday.
Fowler (lower-body) left Sunday's game and did not return.
Fowler left Sunday’s game after playing just 3:36 TOI and he did not return. There was no word on the nature or severity of his lower-body injury, but he should be considered questionable for Tuesday’s game. Fowler has an assist in each of his last two games, but has just 12 points (3G /9A) in 34 games this season.
Fowler will be back in the Ducks lineup on Thursday.
Fowler was a healthy scratch on Tuesday, but he will be back in the lineup tonight in Boston. With Fowler back in, James Wisniewski will take a seat. Fowler has two goals and three assists in his last 10 games.
Fowler is expected to be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
Fowler was a minus-3 in the Ducks 7-2 loss to the Rangers on Monday and he will serve as a healthy scratch tonight in Columbus. Fowler will be replaced by Simon Despres.