Paquette (undisclosed) could play on Wednesday vs. Anaheim.
Paquette has missed the last six games with an undisclosed injury, but it looks like he could play on Wednesday. Paquette has battled injuries all season long, being limited to 10 games so far. Monitor his status on Wednesday morning.
Paquette (undisclosed) will not play Wednesday; questionable to play this week.
Paquette (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
Paquette will miss his second straight game with an undisclosed injury. The Lightning winger has had a hard time staying healthy this season and he is once again listed as day-to-day. Monitor Paquette’s status leading up to Saturday’s game.
Paquette (undisclosed) will not play on Monday.
Paquette has been in and out of the lineup this season due to injuries. Tonight will mark the 10th game of 20 that Paquette will have missed this year. With Paquette out, Mike Blunden will be in the lineup.
Paquette (undisclosed) is on the ice for warmups; expected to play.
Paquette was listed as questionable but will be in the lineup tonight vs. the Sabres. Paquette has just one goal and one assists in seven games this season.
Source: Joe Smith 11/11/15, 5:12 am EST
Paquette (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision on Tuesday.
Paquette is officially listed as questionable for Tuesday’s game against the Sabres. Paquette is reportedly doing better than he was on Monday, so there is a chance that he plays. Monitor his status during the pre-game warmup.
Paquette (undisclosed) is questionable for Tuesday.
Paquette missed Monday’s practice because of an undisclosed injury. Lightning head coach Jon Cooper said Paquette is not guaranteed to be in the lineup on Tuesday.
Paquette (ankle) will be a game-time decision on Thursday.
Paquette has missed the last five games with an ankle injury but he took part in the morning skate and it looks like he will return to the lineup on the Lightning’s third line. Monitor his status during the pre-game warmup.
Source: Joe Smith 11/5/15, 7:59 am EST
Paquette (ankle) will not play on Tuesday; questionable for Thursday.
Paquette will miss his fifth straight game with an ankle injury that he suffered. Paquette was on the ice this morning but he is frustrated with how his ankle is responding. Paquette could return on Thursday; but is listed as questionable.
Source: Joe Smith 11/3/15, 9:42 am EST
Paquette (ankle) will not play on Saturday.
Source: Joe Smith 10/31/15, 6:50 am EST
Paquette (ankle) did not practice Friday; doubtful for Saturday.
Paquette has missed the last two games and missing practice this morning puts him in danger of making it three straight. Paquette has been officially listed as questionable.
Paquette (undisclosed) is not expected to play on Tuesday.
Paquette suffered an undisclosed injury while blocking a shot in Saturday’s loss in Chicago. Paquette will come out of the lineup on Tuesday and could be replaced by Brian Boyle, who is listed as a game-time decision. Paquette is listed as day-to-day.
Source: Joe Smith 10/27/15, 11:57 am EST
Paquette (foot) will not play on Saturday vs. the Sabres.
The Lightning will go with the same lineup as they did in the regular season opener, so Paquette will sit out with a foot injury again. Look for him to return at some point next week.
Source: Joe Smith 10/10/15, 8:27 am EST
Paquette (foot) not taking part in line rushes this morning; appears to be out vs. Philadelphia.
Paquette has been battling a foot injury since he blocked a shot in September’s 26th preseason game. Not taking part in line rushes this morning suggests he will not play tonight vs. the Flyers. With Paquette out, J.T Brown should enter the lineup.
Source: Bryan Burns 10/8/15, 7:06 am EST
Paquette (foot) practiced on Monday; expected to be ready for the season opener.
Paquette has been dealing with a left foot injury throughout the preseason and Monday was the first time that he practiced in a week. Despite his absence over the last seven days, Paquette is expected to be ready for the Lightning’s opener on Thursday.
Source: Joe Smith 10/5/15, 7:15 am EST
Paquette (undisclosed) will be a game-time decision for Game 3 on Wednesday.
Paquette exited Game 2 in Montreal early in the second period after suffering an undisclosed injury late in the first. Paquette played just 4:36 of Game 2. He practiced on Tuesday with the rest of his Lightning teammates ahead of Game 3 and didn’t seem limited while participating in all drills. He said the day off Monday was definitely beneficial to help his body recuperate. He will be a game-time decision.
Source: Bryan Burns 05/6/15, 4:40 am EST
Paquette (leg) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Despite suffering a gruesome looking leg injury on Satruday, Paquette might play tonight vs. the Canadiens. He will be a game-time decision and Jonathan Marchessault will play if Paquette can’t go.
Paquette is day-to-day with a lower-body injury.
It looked as if Paquette may have broken his leg in very similar fashion as Steven Stamkos, but it turns out that there is no break and Paquette is just day-to-day. There is no word whether he will play on Monday.
Source: Joe Smith 03/30/15, 6:19 am EST
Paquette had to be helped off of the ice after suffering a gruesome lower-body injury.
Paquette’s leg bent at a very ugly angle after getting it caught up on the post trying to prevent an empty-net goal. He was in obvious pain and was unable to put any weight on his right leg. The immediate concern is that Paquette broke his leg and will miss the rest of the season, but there was no update on his status after the game.
Paquette (upper-body) will return to the lineup on Thursday.
Paquette has missed the last six games, but he will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Predators. With Paquette back in the lineup, Vladimir Namestikov will take a seat. Paquette has 12 goals and seven assists in 56 games this season.