There's a "good chance" Paquette (arm) will make his season debut on Wednesday.
Paquette has missed the first eight games of the 2019-20 season but is expected to make his debut vs. the Penguins. Paquette will centre the fourth line with Patrick Maroon and Luke Witkowski. The 26-year-old had 13 goals and four assists (17 points) in 80 games last season.
Paquette (arm) is questionable for the Lightning’s season opener.
Paquette took a big hit from Riley Stillman in Saturday’s preseason game and was seen leaving the arena with his arm in a sling. His status for Thursday’s opener is obviously in question, which leaves Gemel Smith to start the season as Tampa Bay’s fourth-line centre.
Source: Joe Smith 09/30/19, 10:57 am EST
The Lightning have re-signed Cedric Paquette to a two-year extension worth $3.3M ($1.65M AAV).
Source: Joe Smith 07/8/19, 5:32 pm EST
Paquette is scratched Saturday in Boston.
Paquette (lower-body) returns to the Lightning lineup on Wednesday.
Paquette missed Monday’s game in Nashville after getting hurt late in Saturday’s game in Philadelphia. Paquette, who has just four points (3G / 1A) in 20 games this season, averaging just 11:35 TOI/gm. He will replace Danick Martel on the fourth line.
Paquette (lower-body) will not play on Monday.
Paquette will miss Monday’s game in Nashville with a lower-body injury that he suffered late in Saturday’s win in Philadelphia. Danick Martel will replace Paquette on the fourth line.
Source: Joe Smith 11/19/18, 4:21 pm EST
The Lightning have signed Cedric Paquette to a one-year, $1M extension.
Paquette will be a healthy scratch on Sunday.
Paquette is not on the ice for warmups; will not play vs. the Flyers.
Paquette has been in the lineup for the last eight games but he will be a healthy scratch this afternoon with Nikita Kucherov (upper-body) re-entering the lineup.
Source: Bryan Burns 03/3/18, 4:06 pm EST
Paquette (lower-body) is on the ice for warmups; expected to return to the Lightning lineup tonight.
Source: Joe Smith 11/22/17, 2:04 pm EST
Paquette (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Wednesday.
Paquette has been sidelined by a lower-body injury since October 17th, but he is very close to return to the Lightning lineup. The 24-year-old will be a game-time decision vs. Chicago and comes into tonight with one assist in six games this season.
Paquette (lower-body) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Paquette is dealing with a lower-body injury and puts his status for tonight’s game in question. The bottom-6 forward has just one assist and two shots on goal in six games this season—stay away from him in fantasy circles.
Source: Joe Smith 10/19/17, 12:02 pm EST
Paquette (undisclosed) will not play Thursday vs. the Penguins.
Paquette will miss tonight’s game with an undisclosed injury, but head coach Jon Cooper said that he doesn’t “see [it] as a long term thing.” With Paquette out, Gabriel Dumont will draw into the Lightning lineup.
Paquette (lower-body) will not play Thursday vs. the Maple Leafs.
Paquette (lower-body) will miss at least the next two games.
Paquette did not travel on the Lightning’s two-game road trip, so he won’t play Monday or Tuesday. There has been no update on the severity of Paquette’s injury, so monitor his status leading up to Thursday’s home game vs. the Maple Leafs.
Source: Joe Smith 03/13/17, 7:59 am EST
Paquette (lower-body) will not play on Saturday.
Paquette suffered a lower-body injury on Thursday and is listed as day-to-day and will miss tonight’s game vs. Florida. The Lightning will also be without Tyler Johnson and Vladislav Namestnikov, so expect them to go with 11 forwards and seven defenseman.
Paquette (lower-body) will return to the Lightning lineup on Thursday.
Source: Joe Smith 01/5/17, 6:54 am EST
Paquette (upper-body) will return to the Lightning lineup on Tuesday.
Paquette missed Saturday’s game in Edmonton, but will return to the lineup tonight vs. the Red Wings. Paquette will centre the third line with Erik Condra and Cory Conacher on his wings. Paquette has three goals and four assists (seven points) in 30 games this season.
Source: Joe Smith 12/20/16, 6:59 am EST