Sceviour is out indefinitely with a broken bone near his wrist.
Sceviour, who is on injured reserve, broke a bone near his wrist while blocking a shot in Washington and will be “out for a bit” according to Panthers head coach Bob Boughner.
The Panthers have placed Colton Sceviour on IR.
Sceviour will skate on the Panthers second line on Wednesday.
Sceviour will be a healthy scratch on Tuesday.
The Panthers have signed Sceviour to a three-year contract extension worth $1.2M annually.
The 28-year old Sceviour has just 14 points in 46 games with the Panthers this season, but is second on the team in shorthanded ice time (111:45).
Sceviour (upper-body) will return to the Panthers lineup on Saturday.
Sceviour has missed the last five contests with an upper-body injury, but will return tonight vs. the Rangers. In six games this season, Sceviour has scored one goal with one assist. He will skate on the fourth line with Derek MacKenzie and Michael Haley tonight—limiting his fantasy value.
Sceviour (upper-body) missed Monday’s practice; doubtful for Tuesday’s game in Montreal.
Sceviour suffered and upper-body injury in the Panthers’ win in Washington on Saturday, lasting just 3:40 TOI. Sceviour was held off of the ice this morning and is expected to be replaced by Connor Brickley tomorrow.
Sceviour (shoulder) will not play on Wednesday.
Sceviour will miss his second straight game with an "minor shoulder” injury. Sceviour is listed as day-to-day and could be ready for the Panthers’ back-to-back on Friday and Saturday.
The Panthers signed Colton Sceviour to a two-year contract.
Sceviour, 27, has been with the Stars since he was drafted 112th overall in 2007. During that time he has amassed 62 points (28G / 34A) in 170 career NHL games and he’ll bring that experience to the Panthers’ bottom-6 in 2016-17.
The Stars have recalled Colton Sceviour from Texas (AHL).
Sceviour has scored three goals with one assist in eight games with the Stars this season. While in Texas he has recorded 32 goals and 31 assists (63 points) in 54 games. His 32 goals leads the AHL while 63 points sits second on Texas and third in the AHL. He could stay with the Stars for awhile with Rich Peverley's future uncertain right now.
Colton Sceviour has been reassigned to the Texas Stars (AHL).
Sceviour, 24, has registered four points (3G / 1A) and a plus-2 rating in eight games with Dallas this season. He scored his first career NHL goal on December 14, 2013 at Winnipeg and two of his three goals have been game-winners. The 6-foot, 200-pound forward leads the AHL with 21 goals and ranks second on Texas with 35 points (21G / 14A) in 29 games.
Forward Colton Sceviour has been recalled from the Texas Stars (AHL).
Sceviour, 24, leads the AHL with 21 goals and ranks second on the Stars with 35 points (21G / 14A) in 29 games. The 6-foot, 200-pound forward scored his first career NHL goal on Dec. 14, 2013 at Winnipeg and has skated in seven games for Dallas this season, registering four points (3G / 1A), 21 shots and a plus-1 rating.
Colton Sceviour, who was called up from the AHL earlier in the week and has been a healthy scratch the past two games, is expected to play Saturday against the Jets.
Sceviour is the top goal scorer in the AHL with 18 in 26 games and he is tied for fourth in the AHL with 6 power play goals. Sceviour practiced on one of the power play units Friday.
The Dallas Stars announced today that forward Colton Sceviour has been recalled from the Texas (AHL).
Sceviour, 24, leads the AHL with 18 goals this season and leads all Texas Stars with 30 points in 26 games. The 6-foot, 200-pound forward has played in two career NHL contests, registering one assist. Sceviour was Dallas' fourth-round selection (112th overall) in the 2007 NHL Draft.
The Dallas Stars announced today that the club has made the following roster moves to its 2011 Training Camp roster: Assigned to Texas Stars (AHL): G, Richard Bachman; D, Maxime Fortunus; F Eric Godard; F Travis Morin; F Ray Sawada; F Colton Sceviour; F, Francis Wathier.
No immediate fantasy hockey value in the AHL.
Now in his third year of professional hockey, forward Colton Sceviour feels it’s time that he starts making his case for being an NHL player. So far this preseason the 22-year-old has been doing just that.
Sceviour could contribute to the Stars as a two-way forward capable of scoring on the third line. " Last season he finished third in scoring for the Texas Stars of the AHL with 41 points (16 goals, 25 assists) in 77 games while playing in all situations, including penalty kill and power play." Not a reason to roster now but a name to keep in mind should the Stars surprise this season.