Neil will miss one week with a broken finger.
Neil left Sunday’s game after playing just 1:26 and was diagnosed with a broken finger on Monday. he will miss at least one week.
Neil will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Neil played just 4:52 TOI on Tuesday and registered three hits. The veteran winger will be replaced by Curtis Lazar in New Jersey.
Neil will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Neil replaced Curtis Lazar in the lineup on Tuesday, but will come out for that very player tonight.
Source: Ken Warren 02/2/17, 7:09 am EST
Neil will be in the Senators lineup on Tuesday.
Neil was a healthy scratch last Thursday vs. the Flames, but will get back into the lineup tonight in Florida. Neil has just one goal and two assists (three points) in 45 games this season, but he will replace Curtis Lazar tonight.
Source: Ken Warren 01/31/17, 1:41 pm EST
Neil (upper-body) will return to the Senators’ lineup on Friday.
Neil missed Wednesday’s game with an upper-body injury, but he will be back in the lineup tonight vs. the Kings. Neil has one goal and 18 penalty minutes in 12 games this season.
Neil (illness) is expected to return to the lineup on Saturday.
Neil missed the last two games with an illness, but will return to the Senators lineup on Saturday. Neil has picked up 10 points (3G / 7A) and 146 PIMS in 73 games this season.
Neil will be a healthy scratch in Game 5.
Neil had one shot and a minus-1 rating in Games 3 and 4, but will be replaced by Alex Chiasson in the lineup for Game 5.
Source: Stu Cowan 04/24/15, 11:32 am EST
Neil is expected to be in the lineup for Game 3.
Neil (hand) has been cleared to play; will be healthy scratch in Game 1.
Neil has been out since February 14th with a broken thumb, but has been medically cleared to play. Despite being cleared, the way the Senators are rolling right now, he will be held out of the lineup for Game 1.
Neil had thumb surgery on Thursday; out 4-5 weeks.
Neil will be out for at least one month, which really limits the chances that he gets traded at the trade deadline. With Neil out, the Senators are getting a chance to look at young prospects like Shane Prince and Matt Puempel.
Neil is expected to miss 3-4 weeks with a broken thumb.
Neil, who has been subject of trade rumours leading up to the deadline, is unlikely to be dealt now as he is expected to be out until at least the second week of March. Neil broke his thumb in a spirited bout with Luke Gazdic on Saturday.
Neil (knee) will be back in the Senators lineup on Tuesday.
Neil has been on the ice for the last few days and will officially be back in the lineup on Tuesday vs. the Rangers. Neil has four goals, three assists and 49 penalty minutes in 28 games this season.
Source: @Senators 01/19/15, 7:36 am EST
Neil (knee) said he is ready to play on Tuesday.
Neil has been out since December 11th, but it looks like he will be back in the lineup tomorrow vs. the Rangers.
Neil (knee) skated with the team this morning; not timetable for his return.
Neil has been out with a knee injury since December 11th, but was able to join the team for a skate this morning. Despite being on the ice, he needs to be a full participant in a practice before his return is imminent.
Neil (knee) returned to the ice on Sunday.
Neil has been out since suffering a knee injury on December 11th vs. the Kings. He returned to the ice for the Senators optional morning skate ahead of their game vs. the Lightning. He was originally expected to miss “at least a few weeks” —he is already three and a half weeks removed from the injury so he appears to be right on schedule.
Neil’s knee injury will keep him out 4-6 weeks.
Neil suffered the knee injury on December 11th and he will be out until mid-to-late January. Colin Greening should have a permanent role with the Senators until Neil is ready to return.
Neil is week-to-week with a knee injury.
Neil left Thursday’s game with a lower-body injury that was later deemed a knee injury that would keep him out week-to-week rather than day-to-day. Ottawa is back in action on Saturday and if Clarke MacArthur is not ready to return from the illness that held him out of last night’s game, the Senators will need to make a roster move.
Neil (lower-body) is expected to return on Saturday.
Neil has been out of the lineup for the last six games, he suffered a lower-body injury on January 30 vs. Washington. He has been a solid contributor of PIMs (99) to go along with five goals and one assist in 42 games.
Neil (lower-body) is a game-time decision for Tuesday.
Neil has missed the last four games with a lower-body injury that he suffered on December 30. He could be ready to return to the lineup on Tuesday, but we likely won't know until pre-game warmups. Fantasy owners in need of PIMs help should take a look at Neil, who ranks fifth in the NHL with 99 sin-bin minutes.
Neil (lower-body) will not play on Thursday.
Neil won't play against the Jets but his injury is minor and he won't be out long. Mark Stone will enter the lineup.