Eakin is week-to-week with an upper-body injury.
Eakin was hurt in last Friday's game vs. the Coyotes on a hit from forward Brad Richardson and did not return. Head coach Gerard Gallant told reporters that Eakin will miss at least a couple of weeks and Nicolas Roy was called-up from Chicago (AHL) and will take Eakin's place in the lineup. Cody Glass will shift back to centre on the third line to fill the hole left by Eakin's absence.
Eakin (undisclosed) returned to practice on Wednesday.
Eakin has missed the first three games of the season with an undisclosed injury but returned to practice in a non-contact jersey on Wednesday. This is a step in the right direction for Eakin, who will likely be cleared for contact in the coming days.
Eakin (undisclosed) skated on his own on Sunday; he could return next week.
Head coach Gerard Gallant said that Eakin is “doing well” but probably won’t play Tuesday vs. the Bruins. Vegas plays four games next week, so monitor Eakin’s status heading towards Thursday’s game in Arizona and into their back-to-back over the weekend.
Eakin (undisclosed) will not play in the Golden Knights season opener.
Eakin was left off of IR on Tuesday but still won’t be available for Wednesday’s season opener vs. the Sharks. The early-season injury has opened the door for Cody Glass to centre the Golden Knights second line between Max Pacioretty and Mark Stone. Eakin remains day-to-day.
Eakin is day-to-day with an upper-body injury.
Eakin was hurt in Friday’s preseason game and is danger of missing the start of the regular season. While he is only day-to-day, Eakin’s injury opens the door for Cody Glass to start the season as the Golden Knights’ No.3 centre.
Eakin (lower-body) will make his season debut on Wednesday.
Eakin has missed the first three games of the season but will replace Paul Stastny (lower-body) in the lineup tonight vs. the Capitals. Eakin had 11 goals and 16 assists (27 points) in 80 games for Vegas a season ago. He is expected to skate with Ryan Carpenter and Oscar Lindberg tonight.
Eakin (lower-body) has been cleared for contact.
Eakin landed on injured reserve to open the season but was back on the ice in a regular jersey for Tuesday’s practice. This is the next step in Eakin’s return to the Golden Knights lineup, but he remains questionable for Wednesday and Thursday’s back-to-back.
The Golden Knights have placed Cody Eakin (lower-body) on IR.
Eakin has missed the last week of training camp with a lower-body injury and has been moved to injured reserve to create an open roster spot for a healthy skater. With Eakin expected to miss the start of the season, Ryan Carpenter or Oscar Lindberg will centre the Golden Knights’ third line.
Eakin (undisclosed) will return to the Golden Knights lineup on Thursday.
Eakin is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury and will not play on Tuesday.
Source: Steve Carp 01/16/18, 1:24 pm EST
Eakin is day-to-day with an undisclosed injury; will travel with the team on their four-game road-trip.
Eakin is eligible to return from his four-game suspension on Thursday.
Eakin was suspended for four games for his hit on Henrik Lundqvist, but is set to return to the lineup tonight. Eakin has had a tough season, collecting just a single assist in 14 games. Jason Dickinson was sent back to Texas (AHL) to make room for Eakin.
The NHL suspended Cody Eakin for four games for his hit on Henrik Lundqvist.
Eakin will miss three games before the Christmas break and the first game after the break for his hit on Lundqvist on Thursday. Eakin is eligible to return to the lineup on December 29th vs. the Avalanche.
Eakin (undisclosed) will not play on Thursday.
The Stars have activated Cody Eakin (knee) from IR; expected to make his season debut on Thursday.
Eakin (knee) could return to the Stars’ lineup on Thursday.
Eakin has not appeared in a game this season thanks to an offseason knee injury, but he has been skating and could be ready to make his season debut on Thursday. Monitor Eakin’s status during the Stars’ morning skate on Thursday morning.
Source: Mike Heika 11/17/16, 4:37 am EST
Eakin (knee) resumed light skating; expected to miss 2-to-3 more weeks.
Eakin’s original timetable was 5-to-6 weeks and today would mark the five-week mark, so he is behind schedule. Don’t expect to see Eakin until the middle of November. The Stars are really dinged up, so Eakin’s return will be very important.
Eakin will miss six weeks with a knee injury.
Eakin suffered a knee injury in Stars’ practice last Friday and will miss the first month of the regular season. Injuries are starting to mount for Dallas, but Eakin is expected to miss the most amount of time. Look for Mattias Janmark to shift to centre on their third line while Eakin is out.
Source: Mike Heika 09/26/16, 8:19 am EST
Eakin (undisclosed) will not play on Tuesday.
Eakin was a late scratch for disciplinary reason. There is no word on what Eakin did to warrant being a healthy scratch, but Brett Ritchie will be in the lineup for the Stars pivot.
Eakin (upper-body) will not play on Tuesday.
Eakin is real close to returning to the lineup, but it won’t happen tonight vs. the Coyotes. This will be the third straight game that he has missed, but you have to expect he will be back on Thursday.
Source: Mike Heika 11/11/14, 9:46 am EST