Ehrhoff will make his Blackhawks debut on Wednesday.
The Blackhawks have acquired Christian Ehrhoff from the Kings for Rob Scuderi.
Ehrhoff, 33, has been acquired by the Blackhawks to provide depth on the blueline. He has not been the same player since having concussion issues with the Penguins last season. He had 10 points (2G / 8A) in 40 games with the Kings and three assists in five games with Ontario (AHL) this season. He has offensive ability, but likely won’t play a large enough role in Chicago to be a fantasy contributor.
The Kings have placed Christian Ehrhoff on waivers.
Source: Jon Rosen 02/10/16, 7:50 am EST
Ehrhoff is expected to be a healthy scratch for the second straight game.
Erhoff will be a healthy scratch for a second consecutive game, which would means Derek Forbort will be in the lineup again. Ehrhoff has four assists and a minus-7 rating in 13 games this season.
Ehrhoff suffered an upper-body injury and will not return.
On Sunday, the Kings signed Christian Ehrhoff to a one-year deal worth $1.5M.
Ehrhoff registered three goals and 11 assists (14 points) in 49 games with the Penguins last season. Ehrhoff missed a lot of time in 2014-15 because of concussion issues, but is reportedly healthy heading into this season. If he is healthy in 2015-16 he should be able to get back to 30 points—he will likely find himself on the Kings’ second PP unit.
Source: Jon Rosen 08/25/15, 10:24 am EST
Ehrhoff (upper-body) did not skate on Monday; will not play in Game 3.
Ehrhoff ’s recovery from an upper-body injury has reportedly flatlined and he was kept off of the ice this morning because he is not progressing. He remains day-to-day.
Ehrhoff (upper-body) will not play in Game 1.
Ehrhoff will miss his 10th consecutive game with an upper-body injury, but he is expected to be close to a return, which leaves the possibility of him being back on the blue line for Game 2 on Saturday.
Ehrhoff (upper-body) has been cleared for contact; still questionable for Game 1.
Ehrhoff continues to skate and was finally cleared for contact but his status likely won’t be known until after the morning skate on Thursday.
Source: Josh Yohe 04/15/15, 8:56 am EST
Ehrhoff (upper-body) won't play Friday; doubtful for Saturday.
Ehrhoff still is not ready to go and will miss his eight consecutive game. His status for Saturday remains in doubt, but it seems like he will be ready for the playoffs, if the Penguins get there.
Ehrhoff (upper-body) will not play this weekend.
Ehrhoff will miss his fifth and sixth straight game as he misses the Penguins back-to-back this weekend. There has not been many updates on Ehrhoff’s condition so it is hard to pinpoint when he might return to the lineup.
Ehrhoff (upper-body) will not play this weekend.
Ehrhoff is not expected to resume practicing until next week, so he will miss both games of the Penguins back-to-back this weekend. It has been couple of months for Ehrhoff, who has appeared in just six games since the end of January.
Source: Josh Yohe 03/27/15, 10:56 am EST
Ehrhoff (upper-body) will not play on Thursday; listed as day-to-day.
Erhoff suffered an upper-body injury on Tuesday and he will not play tonight vs. the Hurricanes. With Ehrhoff out, the Penguins will go with 11 forwards and six defensemen. His difficult, injury plagued season continues.
Erhoff left Wednesday's game with an undisclosed injury and did not return.
Ehrhoff, who missed 19 of the Penguins' past 24 games, appeared dizzy after the side of his head hit the boards following a Vladimir Tarasenko hit early in the first period. Coach Mike Johnston said said after the game that he had no update on Ehrhoff's status. He has eben battling concussion issues since mid-January.
Ehrhoff (undisclosed) is expected to play on Tuesday.
Ehrhoff was a late scratch from Saturday’s game in Arizona, but he skated this morning and is expected to play tonight vs. St. Louis. The Penguins are expected to go with 11 forwards and seven defenseman if Ehrhoff is good-to-go.
Ehrhoff (concussion) returns to the Penguins lineup this afternoon.
Ehrhoff has missed the last six games and has only played in one game since January 28th. He will place Derrick Pouliot in the lineup this afternoon. Ehrhoff has 13 points (3G / 10A) in 44 games this season.
Ehrhoff will be a game-time decision on Saturday.
Ehrhoff missed the last six games with lingering concussion symptoms, but it looks like he might be set to return tho afternoon vs. Boston.
Ehrhoff (concussion) has been cleared to play; but won't play Thursday.
Ehrhoff will miss his sixth straight game, but he has been cleared and could be back in the lineup on Saturday vs. the Bruins.
Ehrhoff (concussion) is not expected to play on Wednesday.
Ehrhoff practiced yesterday and was in the gameday skate this morning, but the Penguins are excercising caution with Ehrhoff's return from a concussion. It looks like Ehrhoff will sit and their new blueliners Ben Lovejoy and Ian Cole will be in the lineup.
Ehrhoff (undisclosed) is practicing for the second straight day.
Ehrhoff said he experienced a reoccurrence of concussion symptoms after returning to the lineup last Wednesday. He has skated for the two straight days, so there is a chance that he could return on Wednesday in Colorado.