Fowler (lower-body) will play on Wednesday.
Fowler missed Sunday’s game against the Canucks but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Kings. Fowler has one goal and eight assists in 15 games this season.
Fowler (lower-body) might be back in the Ducks lineup on Wednesday.
Fowler is taking part in line rushes at the Ducks’ game day skate this afternoon. He missed Sunday’s game vs. the Canucks but it appears as if he will be back in tonight vs. the Kings.
Fowler (lower-body) will not play on Sunday.
Fowler, who suffered a lower-body injury on Friday, will be held out of tonight’s game, which means that Josh Manson will get back into the lineup. Fowler is listed as day-to-day.
Fowler is listed as day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
Fowler left Friday’s game with a lower-body injury, but head coach Bruce Bourdreau said that Fowler could play on Sunday. He is listed as day-to-day, which sounds worse than it is if he is a possibility for tomorrow. Monitor his status during tomorrow’s morning skate.
Fowler (leg) has been medically cleared to play tonight vs. Pittsburgh.
It is up to the coaching staff whether Fowler will play, but if he does it will be on the Ducks second pair with his usual partner Ben Lovejoy. He is coming off of a strong season, having posted six goals and 30 assists (36 points) in 70 games. He has 40 points in his rookie season and on a high-octane Ducks' offence he could get back there this season.
Fowler (leg) is on the ice for the Ducks' morning skate.
Fowler skated hard on Wednesday and is on the ice this morning in his regular spot with Ben Lovejoy. This is a good sign for Fowler's availability tonight, but we will get an official update following the gameday skate.
Source: Dan Wood 10/9/14, 7:42 am EST
Fowler (leg) is on the ice with the Ducks this morning.
Fowler had been skating on his own after missing the final preseason game with a leg injury. His status for Thursday's season opener is still unknown, but participating in full practice this morning is a good sign that he should be ready for the clash with Penguins. Expect an update after practice.
Fowler (leg) will play Wednesday.
Fowler was originally listed as a game-time decision, but he is on the ice for pre-game warmups and Luca Sbisa is not, so Fowler will return. Fowler has not played since March 16th because of a leg injury. He will be paired with Stephane Robidas.
Fowler (leg) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Fowler has been out since March 14th with a leg injury. His return would be huge for the Ducks blueline, having put home six goals with 30 assists (36 points) in 67 games this season. Puck-drop is at 10:30 p.m ET tonight, so monitor his status in warm-ups at 10 p.m.
Fowler (leg) "will play this week" said head coach Bruce Boudreau.
Fowler is not expected to be back in the lineup tonight in Vancouver, but after missing the last 11 games, he should return either Wednesday or Saturday.
Source: Dan Wood 04/7/14, 10:52 am EST
Barring any setbacks, Fowler (leg) could return next week.
Fowler will miss his ninth straight game tonight, but appears to be on pace to play in a few games before the playoffs start. He has been great this season recording 36 points (6G / 30A) with a plus-15 rating in 67 games this season.
Fowler will miss 3-5 weeks with an MCL sprain.
Fowler's knee injury will cost him the remainder of the regular season. He is safe to drop in one-year fantasy formats, but remains a strong keeper option on the backend. Stephane Robidas will likely stay in the Ducks lineup with Fowler out.
Fowler had an MRI done on Tuesday, but results likely won't be revealed until after tonight's game. However, he was spotted wearing a knee brace, so that is not a good sign for the Ducks.
Fowler will miss his second straight game tonight, and depending on the MRI results, he could miss a lot more.
Fowler will have an MRI on his leg on Tuesday.
Expect a definite timeline for his recovery to be announced on Tuesday.
Fowler (lower-body) was not at Monday's practice.
Fowler missed Saturday's game after suffering a lower-body injury on Thursday in Colorado. The Ducks have an extremely deep blueline, so Fowler will not be rushed back. His absence likely opens the door for Stephane Robidas to make his Ducks debut on Tuesday.
Source: Dan Wood 03/17/14, 11:09 am EST
Cam Fowler (upper body) not in the morning skate.
Fowler is not expected to make his return to the lineup tonight.
Cam Fowler (upper body) not part of Ducks practice. Would figure chances of him playing Saturday at LA are decreasing.
Fowler was hurt in the first period of Wednesday's game and did not return. Monitor his status to see if he'll play tomorrow. He has had a disappointing season (0G, 7A, -7, 32 games) after totaling 40 and 29 points in his two previous seasons.
Cam Fowler (suffered upper body injury last night) not on the ice for #NHLDucks practice
Consider him day-to-day until more information is released about his injury.
Cam Fowler was on the ice today and could be in tomorrow’s lineup, though Coach Boudreau wouldn’t exactly reveal his cards.
Fowler has played in just 6 games this season. Once he gets back into the lineup Fowler could be a good pickup. Keep an eye on him
Source: Ducks 02/23/13, 11:27 am EST
Cam Fowler(upper body) said he has felt better and had no symptoms over last few days. Hasn't skated yet but figures to this week.
Fowler is a great young defenceman and the Ducks could use his services. He hasn't played since February 2nd and still appears to be about 10-14 days away from returning.