Stoner (lower-body) had surgery in early December; will miss 4-6 weeks.
Stoner has been sidelined since November 15th and will miss at least one more month. Expect Stoner to be back in late-January, early-February.
The Ducks have placed Clayton Stoner on waivers.
Stoner has two seasons left on his contract that carries a $3.25M cap-hit. Waiving Stoner means that Shea Theodore may have earned himself a spot on the Ducks’ opening night roster or that they feel Josh Manson or Korbinian Holzer are just as good of options as Stoner for a significantly lesser cap-hit.
Stoner is expected to draw into the Ducks lineup on Wednesday.
Stoner (lower-body) will play on Thursday.
Stoner has missed the last three contests, but will be back in the lineup tonight vs. Dallas. Stoner is expected to replace James Wisniewski. He has eight points (1G / 7A) in 67 games.
Stoner (lower-body) will not play on Sunday.
Stoner (lower-body) will play on Monday.
Stoner was replaced by Eric Brewer on Saturday because he was battling a lower-body injury. He will be back in tonight, but is not a fantasy threat. He has just five assists in 51 games.
Stoner (mumps) will return to the Ducks lineup on Wednesday.
Stoner has missed the last five games with a case of the mumps. His return is perfectly timed, because the Ducks found out today that Eric Brewer will be missing 4-6 weeks with a broken bone in his foot.
Stoner (mumps) will not play on Monday, but hopes to be back on Wednesday.
Stoner is reportedly improving, but will still miss his fifth straight game with the mumps virus. Monitor his status prior to Wednesday’s contest.
Stoner (mumps) is nearing a return to the Ducks lineup.
Stoner has missed the last four games with a case of the mumps. He is reportedly improving, but has yet to be medically cleared to play. He shoulder be considered questionable for Monday’s game, but should return later in the week.
Stoner (illness) will not play today.
Stoner was expected to return today vs. Chicago, but he is still dealing with mumps and will miss his third straight game. The Ducks recalled Jesse Blacker from Norfolk to be their sixth D-man.
Stoner (illness) is expected to play on Friday.
The Ducks are expected to be without Francois Beauchemin today vs. the Blackhawks, so Stoner will be back in the lineup after a two-game absence because of mumps-like symptoms.
Stoner (illness) will not play Sunday.
Stoner has mumps-like symptoms, which is the same disease that kept Francois Beauchemin out for five games. Stoner is not confirmed to have the illness, but is being held out as a precaution.
The Anaheim Ducks have signed Clayton Stoner to a four-year deal worth $13 million.
Stoner, 29, is not know for what he does in the offensive zone, but he managed to tally three points (1G / 2A) in 13 postseason games with the Wild last season. He is a big-boy at 6-foot-4, 213 lbs. and should slide right onto the Ducks third pairing after they traded Luca Sbisa and lost Stephane Robidas in free agency.
Source: Chad Graff 07/1/14, 11:13 am EST
Stoner (lower-body) will miss a couple of weeks.
Stoner was injured in Saturday's loss to the Red Wings and will miss at least a few weeks with what is believed to be a knee injury. The Wild's blueline is starting to get thin, having lost Stoner and Keith Ballard in the last week. As reported earlier, Jon Blum was recalled and will fill-in for Stoner.
Source: Chad Graff 03/23/14, 1:56 pm EST
Stoner (undisclosed) did not make the trip to Detroit.
Stoner missed the tail-end of the third period in Saturday's loss to the Red Wings. He did travel with the team for the second game of the home-and-home, so the Wild recalled Jon Blum, who will slide into the lineup for Stoner.
Stoner (lower-body) will not play tonight.
Stoner will be replaced by Nate Prosser, who has not played in the last 14 games. Stoner was injured in last night's game vs. the Rangers. With the Christmas break on the horizon the Wild will let the banged up Stoner rest.
Source: @mnwild 12/23/13, 10:17 am EST
Stoner (leg) is expected to dress for the Wild tonight; Mathew Dumba out.
Stoner injured his leg last Thursday and missed Saturday's contest. He returns to the lineup with three assists and a plus-6 rating in 16 games.
Stoner (leg) out tonight; Mathew Dumba in.
Stoner left Thursday's game in the first period and did not return. He has three assists and a plus-6 rating in 16 games. Consider him day-to-day.
Source: @mnwild 11/9/13, 7:20 am EST
Clayton Stoner (leg) is getting treatment after leaving Thursday's game and not returning.
Stoner was injured in a collision in the first period last night. He tried to stay out for another shift, before calling it quits and retiring to the dressing room. Stoner is questionable for tomorrow.
No Clayton Stoner in practice. Played 8 minutes the other night (hit hard by Shaw on second shift) #mnwild
Justin Falk will likely play in Game 2 if Stoner can't go.